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Taken and Seduced

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  • Posted June 25, 2009

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    Taken And Seduced

    Lady Florence Beckett was walking in the flower garden of her fathers home, when she is kidnapped. Adam Hillard took Florence to get to her father, who had killed his parents years before. But Florence sees her kidnapping as an opportunity to see the world. Yes Adam wants to kill her father, and her father wants to send her to a convent, but does that mean she can't change Adams mind? Through their travels Adam and Florence soon find themselves developing feelings for eachother.

    At the start of this book, I wasn't to sure about it. But I ended up loving it. I especially loved Florence, who found good in everything. I also loved how she changed Adam for the better. I hope there is a book for Adam's brother Robert.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 11, 2009

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    an enjoyable tale

    Adam Hillard lives for one thing vengeance against the lord who murdered his parents and left him as a youth with nothing. He was fortunate that the League of the Blade took him in, raised and trained him.

    In 1486 he feels he has the instrument to strike back at vicious Lord Becket when he kidnaps his enemy's youngest daughter Lady Florence as she heads for life at a convent. However, she shocks him with her courage rather than showing fear. As they fall in love, Florrie encourages him to go after his heritage as the Earl of Keswick in spite of the odds and the fact achieving his birthright means killing the villainous father of his beloved though he vowed to himself after meeting her not to harm her.

    The latest League of the Blade fifteenth century romance (see SECRETS OF THE NIGHT, THRILL OF THE KNIGHT and ONE KNIGHT ONLY) is an enjoyable tale starring two fascinating lead characters. Adam is a super protagonist who quickly admires the woman he abducted. Florrie brings freshness as the disregarded offspring partly due to her limp. Fans will appreciate this gender bending Blades entry.

    Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2012

    Taken and Seduced

    I am a BIG Julia Latham a.k.a Gayle Callen fan. Excellent historical romance read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2012

    Awesome!

    My first book by this author & I really enjoyed it.

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