A Warriner to Seduce Her

A Warriner to Seduce Her

by Virginia Heath

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A sensible schoolmistress...
Awakened by the notorious rake!
In this The Wild Warriners story, schoolmistress Felicity Blunt feels old beyond her years - and desperately dull. Meeting confirmed rake Jacob Warriner brings her gloriously alive, and yet no matter his allure she must remain immune to his obvious charms and unashamed flirtation. But is Jacob merely a mischievous scoundrel? Or is there much more to this Warriner than meets the eye...?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781335522733
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 04/17/2018
Series: The Wild Warriners , #4
Edition description: Original
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 4.22(w) x 6.61(h) x 0.76(d)

About the Author

When Virginia Heath was a little girl it took her ages to fall asleep, so she made up stories in her head to help pass the time while she was staring at the ceiling. As she got older, the stories became more complicated, sometimes taking weeks to get to the happy ending. Then one day, she decided to embrace the insomnia and start writing them down. But it still takes her ages to fall asleep.

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A Warriner to Seduce Her 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
RoseinTexas2 More than 1 year ago
A Warriner to Seduce Her is the fourth and final book in The Wild Warriners series and is based on Jacob (Jake) Warriner the youngest of the four brothers. Although I'm sad to see this series end, I couldn't be happier with the way author Virginia Heath concluded this fabulous series and gave us a glimpse of the next heroes in her new series, The King's Elite! Jake has been known throughout the previous books as a rake of the first order and has caused much concern for his older brothers. Well didn't Jake surprise us all! Jake's got some secrets and I must say getting to know the real Jake was an eye opener! So much more to Jake than I ever imagined. Fliss was an absolute delight and I liked her from the very beginning! Felicity (Fliss) Blunt is a schoolmistress who has been brought to London by her negligent Uncle supposedly to give her a season. She's not some young shy debutante and sees through Jake's charms immediately. She has no plans to fall for his rakish charms.... but he's quite impossible to resist.... With spys, smugglers and the entire Warriner family making an appearance this was a perfect ending to a fabulous series. I loved this series so much that I honestly can't choose a favorite brother. I've loved each and every one of their stories and would have no problem revisiting this family in the future.... please! Highly recommend!
Hershey07 More than 1 year ago
~4.5 STARS~ What a great ending to the series! I have come to know all the other Warriner brothers intimately. Now, it was my turn to know Jake. I have to tell you he may be my favorite. My heart broke into pieces for him in the prologue. Once you read it, you will understand why. He becomes a man who doesn’t like dealing with human emotions. He isn’t a man who gives his heart away to anyone with the exception of his brothers and their families. He can’t risk it. He has to protect himself at all costs until Fliss enters his life. She will make him face his past and quite possibly heal his broken heart if he will let her. As with all the other books, this one is told from different POVs which I love as it gives added insight into the characters, especially Fliss. She is a schoolmistress yet underneath that exterior is a fiery, passionate woman that gets under Jake’s skin. She has him rattled when she doesn’t fall for his charm. What he doesn’t know is she is very attracted to him. However, she has no intention of letting him know that. I don’t want to go into too much about their relationship as there is intrigue and adventure involved. No need to spoil that. Just know, that Fliss will eventually see past his flirty, rakish nature. She will see and appreciate the bond he shares with his brothers, the love he has for his nieces and nephews, how he really listens to others, and his love and protectiveness of her. The romance is both sweet and sexy, especially when these two act on their attraction. It is also a story of intrigue and spies. Most importantly, it is a book about the love of family! Perhaps Heath will give her fans books about the next generation of Warriners. Now, that would be quite entertaining. That much is evident in the last few paragraphs of the book!!!! ***READ AND REVEIWED FOR DEVILISHLY DELICIOUS BOOK REVIEWS***
MoniqueD More than 1 year ago
Felicity “Fliss” Blunt was content being a schoolmistress at Sister Ursuline’s School for Wayward Girls in Cumbria, when out of the blue her uncle, Lord Crispin Rowley, decides she has to be in London for the Season. Fliss is not impressed with the Ton, sees no need for a husband at the present time, and if ever she marries it will be for love, and with someone sensible, dependable, and certainly not one of those foppish aristocrats. And certainly not the peer her uncle has in mind: an ancient, smelly, and terminally dull fellow. Fliss’ chaperons don’t provide much help either: Rowley’s great-aunts Cressida and Daphne Sawyer keep a closer eye on the punch bowl than on their charge. It is at Almack’s, trying to find her way back to the ballroom – as she is forbidden to wear her spectacles, of course, the unsightly things! – that she encounters Jake Warriner. Jake, whose legendary charm and dreamy blue eyes leave the level-headed Fliss cold, especially when he tries to impress her with his tired, flowery, practiced lines; she tells him off. And this is foreign territory for Jake, he is flustered, humbled, and entirely captivated by the beautiful Miss Blunt. If only things were different … If he only knew that Fliss is equally confused by her attraction to the dashing rake. Oh dear, what have I not already said about The Wild Warriners and the amazing Virginia Heath! Jake’s story is the fourth and alas last in this extraordinary series, and A WARRINER TO SEDUCE HER is just as brilliant as the three other books. The enigmatic Jake, who had been mostly relegated to the background before, is a deliciously charmer indeed! I am not giving any spoilers, but Jake the Rake’s occupation is what I had suspected. Ms. Heath’s writing sparkles, her descriptions shine brightly, especially in the case of the astonishingly entertaining Sawyer sisters, whose images are firmly imprinted in my mind forever. I thought it very clever how the author smoothly inserts some pertinent historical details into a conversation, which enables her to move the plot forward. Ms. Heath’s thorough research on smuggling, aided by her precise descriptions, all contribute to the realism of the story. Fliss is far from the retiring schoolmarm: she is rather cynical, has a poor opinion of men in general, and is far from gullible. I adored her immediately, Jake as well, but then again Virginia Heath always creates exceptionally appealing characters. And let’s not forget the scintillating dialogues; Jake has some of the best lines ever given to a male character. A WARRINER TO SEDUCE HER is exciting, filled with emotion, danger and romance that will take your breath away.
def618 More than 1 year ago
The last of the four Warriner brothers finally gets his HEA! Jake is the youngest of the brothers and as a child he hated his parents’ arguments. His mother was unstable and often threatens to kill herself. When she was drowning, Jake was there trying to help her, but the river was flowing to fast. He blames himself for her death. Lord Crispin Rowley is a smuggler that Jake and some friends are trying to stop. Rowley has a grown niece, Felicity Blunt, who is visiting London for the first time. Her uncle insists she have a season, but she plans to go back to the school in Cumbria after she sees the London sights. Jake gets close to her to find out what she knows about her uncle, but he is also attracted to her. This book has several plots going on at the same time and I will not spoil them. Twists and turns all through the book. And yes, when he needs help, you will revisit his brothers and their families. This is a book that is very hard to put down. My favorite line was “a woman alone needs to be self-sufficient, resilient and resourceful.” I can easily recommend this book. It can be read on its own, but I hope you read the entire series. Virginia Heath has become an automatic buy for me.