The Perfect Seduction [NOOK Book]

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After a lengthy journey, Seraphina Treadwell appears at the doorstep of Carden Reeves with his three young nieces in tow determined to ensure their uncle will properly care for her charges. However, judging by the man's rakish smile and dancing eyes--now alight with the fire of a new conquest--that day seems far off indeed.

A make who can make love and walk away with equal amounts of passion, Carden plays the seduction game to win. But ...
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The Perfect Seduction

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Overview


After a lengthy journey, Seraphina Treadwell appears at the doorstep of Carden Reeves with his three young nieces in tow determined to ensure their uncle will properly care for her charges. However, judging by the man's rakish smile and dancing eyes--now alight with the fire of a new conquest--that day seems far off indeed.

A make who can make love and walk away with equal amounts of passion, Carden plays the seduction game to win. But beneath a rogue's clothing beats the heart of a man who has never been truly and properly seduced by a woman, let alone a woman who lives by her own rules and who could make him believe in love. Until now...

While pride will not allow Seraphina to surrender to a man who has never wanted anything beyond a single night, her heart will not be denied the sweet promise of love...


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781466829718
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 12/7/2003
  • Series: Perfect Trilogy , #1
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 1,351,647
  • File size: 590 KB

Meet the Author


Leslie Lafoy grew up loving to read and living to write. (This was a significant factor in her becoming the unofficial poster child of over-education. In the Liberal Arts no less.) After teaching high school history for many years, she focused her creative energies on her life-long dream of writing full time. When not made completely oblivious to reality by her current work in progress, she dabbles in every handicraft known to womankind and, twice a week and every other weekend, dons her cape to be Hockey Team Mom.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2004

    VERY HEARTWARMING AND LOVING!!!!

    Set in 1860, Belize City & London. I enjoyed Carden & Sera's story very much. Carden's three nieces were adorable, I'm glad they were part of the story. The part about the puppies will bring tears to your eyes. A bit slow at times and not enough love scences but still very good. Look forward to Ms. LaFoy's next book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2003

    A warm and moving tale

    In Belize City, a colony overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, artist Seraphina Treadwell watches three preadolescent sisters Amanda, Beatrice, and Camille. The parents of the young girls and her husband journey into the nearby jungle in search of the ruins of ancient civilizations. Six months pass without a word from the three travelers when word arrives that the missing father¿s brother has become an earl.<P> Three months later, Seraphina and her three charges arrive at the London townhouse of their uncle Carden Reeves. The aristocrat wants nothing to do with his nieces because he now that he is the earl he enjoys his hedonist lifestyle and doesn¿t want children to change that. Carden persuades the impoverished Seraphina to watch his half-brother¿s litter so that the trio does not interrupt his activities. However, soon he falls in love with the four female intruders. They reciprocate, but her allegedly deceased husband shows up ready to cause trouble if it means filling his pockets.<P> Historical romance readers will welcome this warm tale of a self-indulgent individual falling in love with the four female invaders. The story line entertains the troops as Seraphina takes Carden to task for his lack of commitment towards the welfare of his nieces. Though a suspense spin caused by her husband takes a little away from the strength of a powerful relationship drama, sub-genre fans will enjoy this tale and look forward to future stories starring Carden¿s pals finding responsibility worth living for.<P> Harriet Klausner

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