With Seduction in Mind
Her proposition . . .London Society is harsh for a young woman with no family connections who has to work for a living. But when Daisy Merrick is sacked from yet another job, the feisty and outspoken miss comes up with a plan that could give her a future beyond her wildest dreams. There's only... show more
Her proposition . . .London Society is harsh for a young woman with no family connections who has to work for a living. But when Daisy Merrick is sacked from yet another job, the feisty and outspoken miss comes up with a plan that could give her a future beyond her wildest dreams. There's only one problem. Her success depends on a man, the most infuriating, impossible, immovable man she's ever met. His resolution . . . Sebastian Grant, Earl of Avermore, is England's most infamous author. Known for his notorious reputation, he is more interested in play than work, and has no intention of cooperating when Daisy shows up on his doorstep with a mad plan. The provoking, fire-haired beauty stirs his senses beyond belief, and Sebastian knows he has only one way to stop her. Seduction.
Publish date: August 25th 2009
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Girl Bachelors (#4)
Quite enjoyable. The parts describing the difficulties and struggles of the writer's life were really interesting, but for some reason I couldn't buy into the "happily ever after" ending for the main couple.
Really cute story. Sebastian Grant, Earl of Avermore and a servant have more in common then they think, both enjoy writing. Daisy Merrick writes a review about the Earls play. Her review pretty much says the play stinks so it ends up being flop only running for a week. Daisy is enlisted by Sebastian...
Daisy Merrick, is outspoken and independent, and with every job her sister manages to find for her, she manages to get fired for being too opinionated, which is her downfall. However she loves writing, and goes to Marlowe Publishing for a job. When she gives a review on a play written by a man she o...
Interesting story, interesting setting, but the relationship lacked oomph. No more than a pleasant read.