She has captivated fans with unforgettable romance novels filled with suspense, seduction, mystery, and passionate love. Now bestselling author Madeline Hunter introduces “the Seducer” in a dazzling tale of a powerfully sensual man, a headstrong young innocent, and a scandalously perilous affair... show more
She has captivated fans with unforgettable romance novels filled with suspense, seduction, mystery, and passionate love. Now bestselling author Madeline Hunter introduces “the Seducer” in a dazzling tale of a powerfully sensual man, a headstrong young innocent, and a scandalously perilous affair as forbidden as it is irresistible . . . THE SEDUCER From the moment he arrived to rescue her, Diane Albret saw more in the darkly handsome, charismatic gentleman than just a guardian. Over the years that have passed since she first laid eyes on Daniel St. John, he had become, quite simply, the most dangerously irresistible man she could ever have imagined. Diane herself has changed from a bewildered schoolgirl, tragically orphaned, into a determined young woman of alluring charm and beauty. Now, leaving the cloistered life of her school, she has been brought to Daniel’s home with dreams of her own amid rumors and hints of scandal. But the legendary seducer seems to have other plans for Diane—and he possesses a secret about her lost past that he will do everything to keep: a secret that will put both their lives in jeopardy, even as the passion they have denied for so long threatens to break out of all control.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 30th 2003
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
Series: The Seducers (#1)
One of my favorite Hunter books. It seems to grow more complex and lush on each re-read. Wonderful hero and heroine. Very nuanced. Love.
Frustration and more of the same is what I thought and felt throughout most of this book. At the beginning I felt sucked into the story because of the strength of the plot; it's mysterious with who is who's, what happeneds, and oh boy what is going to happen. (fully aware that last sentence is a g...
This book didn't work for me at all. I couldn't relate to either the hero or the heroine - they might as well have been from Mars for all that I could understand of their actions and motivations (most of which on the hero's part were only revealed at the very end of the book - I hate that). Individu...
Daniel St. John takes his ward away from her school when he discovers she's older than he thought. He realizes how attractive she is and decides to use her as a pawn to a game of revenge he's been playing for almost a decade. Nobody knows much about his past and there are many tales about his succes...
Skipped over middle section because it was slow reading, thus I do not know what Tyndale did. Not at all motivated to read the middle section to find out. I think I read too fast for this author's writing pace.