Seducing the Enemy's Daughter

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Brady Stone had just learned the new manager of the property he wanted was a woman?and quite desirable. Charming Samantha Donovan into giving away corporate secrets would be even sweeter considering she was the enemy's daughter.

The business magnate had been planning his revenge for years. Now the only thing standing between Brady and victory was a beautiful, innocent pawn. His head told him to forget about any possible future with Samantha. But his heart knew that in ...

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Brady Stone had just learned the new manager of the property he wanted was a woman…and quite desirable. Charming Samantha Donovan into giving away corporate secrets would be even sweeter considering she was the enemy's daughter.

The business magnate had been planning his revenge for years. Now the only thing standing between Brady and victory was a beautiful, innocent pawn. His head told him to forget about any possible future with Samantha. But his heart knew that in destroying the Donovan empire he would be ruining his last chance at happiness.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780373730179
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 3/16/2010
  • Series: Silhouette Desire Series , #2004
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 183
  • Product dimensions: 6.72 (w) x 4.28 (h) x 0.52 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2013

    Great book

    I loved this book, read it in one day, a must read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2012

    Qiuick and easy read

    Great story looking forward to brothers story.

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  • Posted March 23, 2010

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    Seducing the Enemy's Daughter

    Business magnate Brady Stone wanted nothing more than to avenge the wrong done to his father by an old business associate and now he has the perfect opportunity. Take down Sam Donovan, manager of Lani Kaimana hotel. Little did he know that Sam Donovan was actually Samantha Donovan, daughter of his enemy. His plans underwent a change but he was bound and determined to get his revenge.

    Samantha Donovan was determined to make her hotel the best in Hawaii but she definitely had a job ahead of her. Profits were down, employees had been let go and she was constantly on the run helping all over the hotel. But the biggest obstacle of all was her father. He was never happy with her, no matter the excellence of the job. Her father has always been hard to please but since her mother had died, it was impossible to please him.

    Sam made a point of not getting involved with her hotel patrons but Brady Stone is hard to resist and he feels the same way toward her. Or does he? Can this be a real relationship or is he only after revenge and will he break Sam's heart in the process?

    Jules Bennett has woven a wonderful, in depth story that I didn't want to put down. Her first release with Silhoutte Desire and I eagerly look forward to more of her wonderful work!

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  • Posted March 8, 2010

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    A delightful story

    Jules Bennett makes a delightful Desire debut in Seducing The Enemy's Daughter.

    Brady Stone was a man on a mission. He was determined to return the resort Lani Kaimana to his family's holdings. Brady figured he gain information from the employees and be able to take back the resort. He didn't know Sam Donovan was really Samantha Donovan. Switching gears Brady turned to seduction.

    Samantha Donovan was newly in charge of Lani Kaimana. She was willing to put in long hours and do what ever it took to make the resort shine. Sam has spent her whole life trying to prove to her father that she belonged in the family's business. She didn't have time to be distracted by a handsome guest. Brady Stone makes her feel alive and wanted. Sam can't believe how fast she is falling for this man.

    Brady thought he had it all planned out by seducing Sam. He hadn't planned on falling in love or Sam finding out the truth of why he was really at the resort. Can Brady make Sam believe that what he feels is for real?

    Seducing The Enemy's Daughter is enchanting read. Jules Bennett draws you into two intriguing characters and makes you fall in love with them. I will be looking for more books from this author.

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  • Posted March 1, 2010

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    Thrilling Seduction and Betrayal

    I was captivated by this book. The author weaves suspense, betrayal, seduction and heartbreak together in a seamless story that will have you turning the pages long into the night.

    Samantha has dealt with feeling second best all her life and just wants her dad and brother to treat her as an equal in the family business. Her love and dedication to the company and most especially Lani Kaimana, the resort on Kauai she is managing, puts her in the path of Brady Stone, the son of the previous owners. Brady will do anything to own the resort again, even stoop to seducing Sam to gain inside information.

    Their attraction to each other is as magical as the setting and the romance flows through the pages. Samantha and Brady are both strong characters and the reader is given foreshadowing throughout the book leading up to the explosive moment when secrets are revealed and hearts are broken. Both characters experience growth and awareness and through their relationship learn lessons about life and what is really important. The family dynamics added realism to the plot. I loved how Sam's relationship with her father evolved and how Brady related to his brother. You don't want to miss this emotional and sexy debut book by Jules Bennett!

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  • Posted February 14, 2010

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    Great escape.

    I immediately fell in love with Sam and Brady. Jules has the ability to bring her characters to life. I felt their love, pain, stuggles and joy. I look forward to future releases from Jules. Check out some of her eariler books...I highly recommend Love in Bloom. Jules is one of my favorite new authors.

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  • Posted February 6, 2010

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    Jules Bennett IS a Girl's Best Friend!

    Jules Bennett's latest book, Seducing the Enemy's Daughter, gives every gal the perfect read. Brady Stone and Samantha Donovan's story takes place in the romantic paradise of Kauai, the garden isle. These two strong characters are instantly attracted to each other but have obstacles to overcome in order to have their happily ever after.

    Get ready to escape with a great read full of romantic walks and passionate embraces.

    This book also sets the stage for Cade Stone's story in For Business...Or Marriage?

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  • Posted February 4, 2010

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    One word...SEDUCED!

    Jules knows how to seduce her reader.....she writes in a way that makes you feel like the people are more than just characters on a page. You relate to them and care about them. You find yourself totally immersed in their story, turning page after page, craving to read more. I enjoyed everything about this book.....even the end! Because where Sam and Brady leave off, the next story will begin! Definitely a must read for romance lovers. :)

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  • Posted February 1, 2010

    Very enjoyable......

    This book kept you involved and turning pages right from the beginning. It shows there is a thin line between love and hate. I really enjoyed this book and can't wait until the brother's story comes out.

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  • Posted January 31, 2010

    Get seduced!

    Seducing the Enemy's Daughter, seduced me from the first sparks flying page where Samantha (Sam) Donovan and Brady Stone meet. Jules Bennett's characters are wonderful, wounded by life, and determined. Her story is strong, compelling, and hot as its Hawaiian setting. Both Sam and Brady have something to prove to each other and themselves. You'll want to join them on their journey of discovery of self, heartache, and love. I started this book on a Saturday afternoon and didn't put down 'til early Sunday morning. Can't wait for Ms. Bennett's next, "For Business.or Marriage?" to see what's in store for the other Stone brother. I give this story 5 stars.

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