Wicked Deception

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I’m worth more than a purchase price on a crumpled betrothal contract. And I’m going to prove it.

My new husband has paid the princely sum of twenty thousand pounds for a well-bred broodmare. I can’t decide whether to be insulted or astonished.

He expects docility and submission. He wants a doll; pretty and silent, and above all, obedient. When he brings his lover to share our home and marriage bed, I am both entranced and horrified. She and my husband tangle me in a spell of passion and pleasure, and I am helpless to resist their depraved whims.

Her name is Angeline. I call her Mistress.

When the dark enchantment is broken, I learn what Angeline truly seeks and I remember who I am. Not a pet or concubine, but a woman who will fight to protect her family.


  • WICKED DECEPTION was as disturbing as it was scandalous as Ms. Greywood entwined an engrossing plot filled with characters that will leave you guessing as to which side they’re on. ~~The Romance Reviews
  • Dark erotica at its finest! Couldn’t put it down. ~~Amazon Reviewer
  • Ms. Greywood has put together a fast-paced story with crisply delicious writing. ~~Pascale Kavanagh

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Publication Date

February 26, 2018


Raisa Greywood

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Author of filthy smut, empty nester, and cat snuggler.

Raisa grew up in traveling all over the world with a military family, but finally settled down and married the love of her life. After nearly a quarter century together, she and her husband are still very much in love. They even hold hands in public! They share the house they bought as newlyweds with a pair of irascible cats and a big red rescue horse. Of course, the horse doesn’t come inside, silly people.

She’s worked as a teacher, an actuary (her husband called her a bookie – which isn’t too far from the truth), mother, scout leader, and is now enjoying semi-retirement.

Despite the fact that her last formal English class was during the Reagan administration, Raisa has always been a voracious reader and decided to try her hand at writing. While those first efforts were pretty awful, she enjoys refining her craft and she hopes her skills improve with every book she writes.

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