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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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Seduced by the American Millionaire has two tiles. Some places I see it under the title The Mobster and the Soccer Mom. This was a nice read. I think this was the author's first book which isn't bad, but I love the two pervious books.

Jenny is a shy and divorce mom...
Seduced by the American Millionaire has two tiles. Some places I see it under the title The Mobster and the Soccer Mom. This was a nice read. I think this was the author's first book which isn't bad, but I love the two pervious books.

Jenny is a shy and divorce mom of twin boys in college. She was meeting her girlfriends for a night out, but ended up at the wrong restaurant. She was in the restaurant that is owned by Richard. Richard is a hustler who makes his money anyway he can. When Richard sees Jenny, he thought she was a lady of the night. Jenny also thought Richard was a mobster. But after 3 hot steamy nights, and Richard's controlling ways both will try to pursue more.


The author does make her men controlling, but each male character in her books are so driven by desire, the men goes crazy. I think some women just like a take charge kind of guy in their read. This is ok with me because it brings out the steamiest romance and sex between the two characters. Richard was a bit paranoid for Jenny's safety but he meant well. I also thought Richard was sexy and very caring. I loved how he treated Jenny, he made her feel like she was the only one in the world. Jenny was not use to the environment and guys like Richard, which made her seem naive at times, but it works well in this story. Another nice read. I wish I could find a site for the author, so I could know about her upcoming books.


Storyline:FAIR
Intimacy: GOOD
Enjoyment FAIR

posted by LadyRavenRAVE1 on August 29, 2011

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Most Helpful Critical Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Recommended

If you are looking for a quick evening read with steamy, hot scenes in it this is the book for you. It is a typical romance but with a twist that keeps it interesting enough that you will look for other books written by this author.

posted by 5793309 on September 10, 2011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2013

    Not too good

    I am surprised this book got good reviews. There was no storyline or plot and the characters were not developed at all. The guy is possesive and sexist (and so is she at times) to the point of aggrevation. Even the sex scenes are unoriginal and became boring and repetitive. Honestly, there is not much to praise here.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2013

    Degrading

    ## Degrading to women everywhere. Nothing wrong with an alpha hero. Nope. Love it. But this guy was awful. And a hero he was not. Demanding and contolling and trying to scare the heroine. Ugh. Almost as bad as John in Sarah's surrender which I recommend you skip. Once again the heroine was weak although not as bad as Amy and Renee in the intertwining stories. Pathetic is the one word that describes these women who obviously have no self-esteem.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2013

    Dont Like Lynda's books

    In all of the books I have read, the male in the story is rich and seem a bit of a rapist in their advances to young women who appear to be "helpless." In this day and age that is a load of bull pucky. I get a Victorian piece where women do not have much rights, but in this day and age her ideas are limited- Same plot, same alpha-rapist male and some hapless women who think she is lucky to catch the eye of the bastard. Really? Is that the only kind of men she can create in a story? I hope you read this dear Lynda..you have work to do!

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