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review 2017-10-07 01:25
Quick Read
Seaside Seduction (Sun Stroked) - Cathry... Seaside Seduction (Sun Stroked) - Cathryn Fox

Seaside Seduction by Cathryn Fox is a fairly short read, perfect for those with limited time for reading.  Ms. Fox has given us a well-written book, populated by outstanding characters.  Danielle and Ethan's story is a vacation romance that is loaded with drama, humor and smokin' hot sex.  This is a fun read.  I enjoyed reading Seaside Seduction and look forward to my next book by Cathryn Fox.  Seaside Seduction is book 1 of the Sun Stroked Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. 

 

 

I voluntarily read a free copy of this book that I received from Instafreebie.

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review 2017-10-05 03:44
Great Holiday Read
Christmas Seduction - Samantha Holt Christmas Seduction - Samantha Holt

Christmas Seduction by Samantha Holt is an entertaining holiday read.  Ms Holt has given us the gift of a well-written book.  This is a fairly short read, perfect for those with limited time for reading.  Alexander and Emma's story is loaded with drama, bits of humor and sizzle.  I enjoyed reading Christmas Seduction and look forward to reading my next Samantha Holt book.  Christmas Seduction is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

 

 

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review 2017-09-28 15:58
Seduction in Death by J.D. Robb
Seduction in Death (In Death, #13) - J.D. Robb

A young woman meets the concrete in front of her apartment building. It looks like self-termination, until Lieutenant Eve Dallas enters the woman's apartment and finds a scene of seduction; wine, romantic music, rose petals on the bed...And the ME finds a deadly date rape drug cocktail in the woman's blood. Security disks prove one thing—the death was an accident and the disposal of the body a panicked reaction.

Soon, another young woman is found dead, obvious signs of violence on her body lying in the middle of a seduction scene. The security disks tell a complete different story. The perpetrator, once again wearing a disguise, relished the thrill.
He's either gained an appreciation for death, or the police are dealing with a split personality. Eve is sure he'll strike again, but when, and who will be the next woman seduced to her death?


This particular story was absolutely awesome. A fast-paced, chillingly intense page-turner with the two parts of the story—investigation and the villain's POV—running side by side. The mystery of whodunit and why wasn't a mystery for long, but the process of how Eve and Co. gathered evidence, ran possibilities, and in the end, bagged their man, was gripping nevertheless.
It's always a pleasure reading the investigative process and procedural, but in this case, with the added knowledge of the villain and the motive, the pleasure was even greater and the reading experience rather exhilarating.
Reading the parts with the villain, knowing the thought process, the "game", if you will, from the get-go, provided added value to the story, especially from the psychological perspective, since the reader was granted additional and deeper insight into the mind and reasoning of the killer. A chilling glimpse into a sociopathic mind.

As levity to the dark mystery/suspense main arc, we got three heapings of romance. The first was, obviously, Eve and Roarke with their peculiar, but effective dynamic. Their relationship is always a pleasure to read, whether they're loving or fighting (or sometimes both at the same time), but this time, there was another layer to it all, first with the scare on the morning of the bust with Roarke going in almost full-panic mode because of a little fever (the guy is so ridiculously overprotective), and the silent understanding on Eve's side on the necessity of taking a break (for both their sakes).
Then, there were Peabody and McNab finally taking the big step. I loved Roarke's coaching of McNab, the advice and the insight, and how apparently Roarke's protectiveness seemed to have rubbed on McNab, alongside the brawling instinct. ;) I still wish Peabody would just tell him the truth and put him out of his misery, but at least the two of them are on the right path.
The third, and most special for me, was the budding romance between the LC and occasional informant Charles Monroe and Louise Dimatto, the good doctor we met in Conspiracy in Death. Even though we only got three scenes with the two of them, the chemistry was through the roof (they produced more sparks than Peabody and McNab in all their scenes so far, if you ask me), and I'm really looking forward to reading how their story and relationship (please, let there be a relationship!) progresses and how Charles's choice of profession fits in.

A gripping, intense, slightly scary at times, fast-paced story with a perfect balance between darkness and light. Loved it.

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review 2017-09-19 01:08
Fun Historical Romance
The Seduction of Lord Stone (Dashing Widows) - Anna Campbell

The Seduction Of Lord Stone by Anna Campbell is a fun historical romance.  This is a fairly short book, a great choice for those with limited time for reading.  Ms Campbell has delivered a well-written book.  The characters and awesome.  Silas and Caroline's story is loaded with drama, humor and heat.  I enjoyed reading The Seduction Of Lord Stone and look forward to reading more from Anna Campbell in the future.  The Seduction Of Lord Stone is book 1 of the Dashing Widows Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

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review 2017-09-13 11:29
Insta-love of the right variety
The Seduction - Roh Morgon
Insta-love of the right variety, this short piece takes the reader on a journey with Erica, the woman who falls in love with the car of her dreams.

A great mix of seductive writing and technical information, this one certainly packs a punch. My favourite part was the freeway ride. 

Definitely worth the few minutes time investment.
 

 

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