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Snowbound Seduction - Helen Brooks
Snowbound Seduction
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Sensible...but ripe for seduction! Sensible Rachel Ellington is used to being invisible to men, and that's fine. One run-in with male deceit in the past was enough to put her off for life! Now she's being pursued by millionaire businessman Zac Lawson - what could this dazzlingly handsome man see... show more
Sensible...but ripe for seduction! Sensible Rachel Ellington is used to being invisible to men, and that's fine. One run-in with male deceit in the past was enough to put her off for life! Now she's being pursued by millionaire businessman Zac Lawson - what could this dazzlingly handsome man see in her? It's with trepidation that Rachel accepts Zac's invitation to a Christmas country house party. And when they end up stranded by the wintry weather she suddenly knows exactly why she was so nervous...This is the perfect setting for slow, sweet seduction, though she's as pure as the driven snow!
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780373527946 (0373527942)
Publisher: Harlequin
Edition language: English
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salythereader
salythereader rated it
4.0 Snowbound Seduction (Harlequin Presents Extra : Christmas Surrender) (Larger Print)
The heroine feels like an ugly duckling because her sisters were beautiful and her mother always put her down, so for all purposes her family is her college room-mates. The heroine has always wanted to wait for the one but in the past year was duped by a charming man who turned out to be married, so...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it
4.0
This Christmas-themed romance has a thought-provoking level of character development within it. Rachel and Zac are both struggling with some massive emotional wounds, and their meeting is the catalyst for a great deal of healing. Rachel struggles from a childhood of being unloved by her parents, e...
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