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The Seduction of His Wife
     

The Seduction of His Wife

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by Tiffany Clare
 

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Emma Hallaway has not seen her husband in twelve years—and that's fine with her. As a young girl, she'd agreed to a simple marriage of convenience, allowing her to pursue her private passion for painting. And though unknown to the rest of polite society, Emma is now one of the most daring and sought-after artists in London. However, when her secret is

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Seduction of His Wife 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 133 reviews.
I_Luv_Books_Do_You More than 1 year ago
I found this book to be too pornographic for my tastes. Lots of crude graphic descriptions of over the top sex. I felt it left no room for me as the reader to imaginatively participate in the action of the story. I felt like a voyeur at a show I didn't want to attend. I tried to persevere and finish the story because I paid for it, but ended up dumping it half-way. It was a bummer because the story line had potential, but it wasn't worth the journey for me. Couldn't figure out what it would be like from the preview sample. . . . So buyer beware. A waste of a guilty pleasure read, I wish I had my money back.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Lord Richard Mansfield married Lady Emma Hallaway when she was fifteen years old in a marriage of convenience. They shared one night together before he left England to travel the world. A dozen years later, Richard is back in London on business. He runs into his wife at the last place he expected to meet her, a brothel. She is there as an artist painting nudes secretly. The Earl is stunned with his desire for his now adult countess. However, though he makes it clear he wants her and she detests her body for reciprocating, she hates her husband for deserting her when as a teen she needed him most. Richard begins a courtship to win the mind of his wife; he already owns her heart and her body. This is an entertaining early Victorian second chance at love romance in spite of the marriage of convenience desertion theme having been used frequently before (see The Phantom Husband by Alana Clayton). Richard's courting of his spouse and a strong secondary cast especially her kick butt sisters makes for a fun historical; but like Elena's profession in The Surrender of a Lady, Emma's vocation provides freshness to this brisk tale. Harriet Klausner
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I liked this story. Although I enjoy most scenerios where the husband is chasing the wife.
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