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Dance of Seduction (Swanlea Spinster Series #4)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A wonderful Regency romance

    In 1819 Lady Clara Stanbourne is a rare aristocrat, as she does not just shout about helping the poor, she acts on her beliefs by running a home for reformed pickpockets. However, she becomes concerned for her young charges when Morgan Pryce moves next door. Clara believes the strange goings-on in the Pryce household is caused by the mysterious newcomer dealing in stolen goods....................... Clara decides to assault this unwanted fence in his home, but both becomes shocked by an immediate wanting. Morgan knows he cannot afford to be distracted by romance at this time because he has a dangerous undercover mission to complete. Nothing, not even the beautiful caring Clara, must get in his way at least until he captures the dangerous Specter, who will gladly use a female do-gooder as a pawn. Morgan wonders how to succeed when the woman he loves watches his every move like a hawk prowling after its prey................................ DANCE OF SEDUCTION is a wonderful Regency romance that starts off with a series of amusing squabbles between the lead characters before turning into a taut thriller. The story line is loaded with fun and action due to a delightful cast, not just the lead duo, but also an eccentric group of Londoners. Though the Specter and his henchmen pale in comparison to the good guys and gals, sub-genre fans will appreciate this fine historical romantic suspense...................... Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2004

    delightful read

    Following the characters in 'After the Seduction' and 'The Pirate Lord', Twin brothers separated for most of their life Sebastian and Morgan, this is Morgan tale. I really enjoyed Sebastian's story, but Morgan is a much more complex character, much more the Gamma rogue. Morgan's mother took him from his father and returned to Geneva and it was not until he was 13 that his father's people found him again. Even then, since Sebastian was the heir to a Barony, it was thought best Morgan stay away from his brother. So from being a thief just to stay alive in Geneva, to later educated and given a Midshipman entry into the Royal Navy, Morgan remains apart. This is further amplified when he falls into the hands of The Pirate Lord, though he later is absolved of the charges. Back in England, Lord Ravenswood has set him to trying to expose The Specter, a mastermind behind crime in London's slums. He is set up in a building, his pirate rep put about, and he claims he is a fence for stolen goods all as part of a trap. Only, problems immediately arrive in the lovely form of Lady Clara Stanbourne. Poor Lass is a Stanbourne, know reformers, so she runs a Reform school for children pickpockets, trying to teach them a profession so they can better themselves. However, her mother was a Doggett, and while they are great reformers as well, they were also a wee bit wicked. Thus far, Clara has managed to avoid the curse of her Doggett blood, but when faced with Morgan Pryce, she is in for a bumpy road. She at first provokes him, then tries to bribe him to move locations, but slowly but surely is drawn to him with all the riddles he presents. It's a charming tale, with Morgan and Clara vivid fun, sexy characters. This writer just gets better with every book.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2013

    Lady Clara and Morgan Pryce were beautiful

    The chemistry between Lady Clara and Morgan Pryce (Blakley) has wonderful. They are both passionate and when both come together it is dramatic. I also loved the ending, I think it was just perfect.

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    Posted March 24, 2013

    Hope

    Hey guys ;p

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    Posted March 24, 2013

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    Lol im back

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2013

    Kara

    Booorrreeedddd.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2012

    Recommend reading

    I read everything she writes

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  • Posted April 8, 2010

    great book

    I loved this book but i love all of sabrina jeffries books. keep up the good work.

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