Fear overtook me then. Not fear of him, but fear of myself, of the inner life I’d held privately for so long, my desire, my carnal longings, all threatening to rise to the surface and engulf me.
When an eager and curious Jane Eyre arrives at Thornfield House her sexual desires are instantly awakened. Who is the enigmatic Rochester whom she instantly feels attracted to, what are the strange and yet captivating noises coming from the attic, and why does the very air she breathes feel heavy with passion?
Only one thing is certain. Jane Eyre may have arrived at Thornfield as an unfulfilled and tentative woman, but she will leave a very different person…
An erotic version of a favourite classic that explores the smouldering sexual chemistry between Jane and Rochester and exposes the sensual underbelly of a highly-regarded work of literature.
About the author
Charlotte Brontë was born in Thornton, Yorkshire, in 1816. The third of six children, Charlotte, and her sister Emily, were keen writers. In 1847, Jane Eyre was published by Smith, Elder and Co under the pen name Currer Bell. She wrote three other novels, Shirley, Vilette and The Professor.
Eve Sinclair first fell in love with the novels of Brontë and Austen at an early age and later went on to study English Literature at University. She has since worked as a copy-writer, journalist and editor and now divides her time between her shared passions of tending her English garden and travelling extensively abroad. You can meet Eve Sinclair on Twitter @realevesinclair