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Sunset Seduction (Harlequin Desire Series #2233)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2013


    Great romance

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  • Posted July 8, 2013

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    Sometimes a guy needs a kick in the ribs... If you had a years-

    Sometimes a guy needs a kick in the ribs...

    If you had a years-long crush on your big brother's sexy best friend, and found him sleeping in your bed, would you slide in and seduce him?

    That's all well and good, but what happens next? What if it turns out he had a concussion and the details of That Night are on the foggy side for him?

    I struggled a little in the beginning, because IMO what Audrey did with Lucas bordered on rape, though it did not QUITE cross the line. However, after Audrey comes to work for him, it doesn't take long for Lucas to figure it out (which is good, because I don't like stupid male characters) nor for Audrey to realize she's in denial about a few things herself.

    The emotional issues that keep them apart are believable, and I really liked that Audrey refused to say yes to a marriage of convenience. The family complications (her brother, his brother and soon-to-be sister-in-law) added the right amount of help without taking the story over. I loved the irony of Lucas and Audrey texting each other from their respective bedrooms in the same house. Fun, quick read, satisfying ending.

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  • Posted June 26, 2013

    I love a good cowboy book and Luke was perfect with good looks a

    I love a good cowboy book and Luke was perfect with good looks and a very protective side. He loved Audrey like a little sister but had no idea she had a very different feeling for him and they shared a super hot night together, the problem he didn’t remember the woman in question and Audrey was completely hurt about it.

    So after a few awkward moments she accepted to work in the ranch and let it go, but she was still in love with him and after some help from a friend, operation seduction started. Luke had no idea Audrey was the perfect woman he shared a very hot night. But once Luke discovered we can clearly see he’s afraid and decided to run from his mistake, so no happy ending for those two, but Audrey was pregnant and things changed quite a lot after that.

    I really loved Audrey, she has strength and a lot of hard work, but she’s not a little princess waiting for her prince. She works and follow her life, because Luke is clearly oblivious to her love. I loved these two finding a half way. Luke needed someone strong and Audrey was perfect for him.

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  • Posted June 19, 2013

    For as long as she can remember, Audrey Thomas has been in love

    For as long as she can remember, Audrey Thomas has been in love with Lucas Slade, her big brother's best friend. After an incredible night of passion, in which Audrey runs out before Luke wakes up, she has decided to go to Sunset Ranch to explain why she left before morning. Audrey is shocked to find out Luke doesn't remember their intimate night. So, she decides to stay on at the ranch to help out for the summer. Her passion is horses and she would love to take that job he has an opening for. But, can she forget what happened on that one exciting night and will Luke finally remember it was her that he was with that night? I really enjoyed this story as much as the other books by Charlene Sands that I have read. I recommend it to anyone who loves a good cowboy. You won't want to put it down.

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  • Posted May 30, 2013

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    I read the prequel to Sunset Seduction (Sunset Surrender) a few

    I read the prequel to Sunset Seduction (Sunset Surrender) a few weeks ago, and I'm glad I did. It laid a wonderful foundation for the characters in this book. However, it could be read as a stand-alone easily enough.

    Lucas Slade has been friends with Casey Thomas for a long time. They toured the rodeo circuit together, and he always admired his friend for taking care of his half-sister after they lost their parents in a tornado. One night, when Audrey snuck away with a couple of the younger cowboys, she got in over her head and Luke was there in her time of need. He agreed not to narc on her, as long as she came to him when she felt lonely. To a girl with a monumental crush on Luke, that was more than just a haven in the storm.

    Years later, Luke is trampled by one of their more headstrong stallions and decides to stay at Casey's cabin to recuperate. Casey himself was injured, so the pair figure they can commiserate together. Near the end of their stay, they have a party, and the boys get a bit past tipsy. Luke eyes a blonde at the party, and then loses track of her. When he wakes up, he has memories of a passionate encounter with the woman, but has no idea who she is. Casey tells him her name, but that she lives back East - so Luke decides it's a night he'll keep as a lovely memory.

    Audrey shows up at Sunset Ranch, wondering how Luke feels about that night. The night she walked into her bedroom to find him half-asleep and calling her over. Knowing she couldn't pass up what she'd been wanting for years, she sleeps with him and it's a night she'll never forget. However, she finds out that apparently, he doesn't feel the same way. He doesn't acknowledge that night, but instead offers to give her a job for the summer. After all, he needs to play the backup big-brother for his pal.

    Again, Audrey decides spending the summer with Luke isn't the worst thing ever, even if he has no memory of their night together. She takes the job because she's qualified, and because she wants to spend time with him. At the very least, they'll get back to being friends. 

    Sophia, Luke's brother's fiancee, sees how the pair look at each other, and decides to help things along a bit. (Sophia and Logan are the subject of the first book). Since Audrey wasn't prepared to spend the summer, she only has a few of her belongings, so Soph fits her out with a few pieces of clothing - some appropriate for the ranch, and some... well, not so much.

    Luke comes home late one night to a quiet house. But Audrey isn't asleep, she's in the pool. In a very tiny red bikini - one of the gifts from his soon to be sister-in-law. When he sees her scantily clad, the memories come crashing back. Audrey was the woman in his bed that night. He confronts her, and it gives her the courage to show him she's definitely not his little sister.

    There are some strained days ahead, because Luke likes to keep his distance from relationships. After a horse he loved as a child was sold, he decided never to invest deep feelings to keep from getting hurt. Not only that, but Casey's sister?! If he ever found out, Luke would be in a world of hurt.

    Little does he know, but Audrey has another secret - one that she's afraid to admit to herself. When they have to confront things head-on, sparks fly, and not in a good way. He has to be truthful with her, but first he has to admit the truth to himself. Another brush with the Stallion sends Audrey packing and Luke into a tailspin. Now that he knows how he feels, can he get her to come back?

    I enjoyed the second book in the series a bit more than the first, but they're both very good. Luke plays a substantial part in Sunset Surrender, and it was nice to get more of his story in Sunset Seduction. There's a third book coming, about the youngest Slade brother, and I can't wait to read it as well. Ms. Sands gets a solid 4.5 hearts for this one!

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