Cape Seduction

Cape Seduction

by Anne Carter

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BN ID: 2940046502107
Publisher: Beacon Street Books
Publication date: 01/05/2015
Series: Beacon Point Romance
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 464 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

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Cape Seduction 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
JanaRose1 on LibraryThing 10 months ago
Photojournalist, Rebecca Burke¿s car breaks down in a remote section of the highway in Northern California. While waiting for the tow truck, she takes her camera and wanders around the area. In the distance, a Lighthouse sits shuttered and abandoned. Rebecca is instantly intrigued and attempts to learn everything she can about the Dragon Rock Lighthouse. Intertwined with Rebecca¿s story, is the tale of Darla Foster. A 1948 upcoming actress who filmed the tragic romance, Cape Seduction, at the Dragon Rock Lighthouse. However, immediately after filming, Darla mysteriously disappears. As the book unravels, it becomes clear that the two stories are interconnected.Well written, this book was engaging and suspenseful. The mystery of what happened to Darla is unraveled at a perfect pace. The author paints her scenes vividly, transporting the reader to the coast of California. I highly enjoyed this book. It reads as a mystery and romance all rolled into one.
jblackowicz on LibraryThing 10 months ago
Cape Seduction by Anne Carter was certainly an interesting book. I enjoyed how you had a little bit of history throughout the book to learn the background of the lighthouse in question. It takes a strong writer to be able to properly pull the constant switching back and forth off. It was hard to get into at first but you're grateful that you tried by the end.
kleokatra More than 1 year ago
This was a very fun story. I liked the historical love story/triangle and how it mixed with and added suspense to the current time love story. The deviousness, cunning and manipulation of the two older women was fun to witness. The chemistry between Matt and Bec was adorable. I greatly enjoyed my little escape into Cape Seduction and may try to find out if that's a real movie or not. It sounded like it would be a cute, fun movie. There was one oopsie with a name, but not a big deal at all. I'd totally recommend this to someone who likes the 1940s - 50s era and romance.
bucmjt More than 1 year ago
Cape Seduction by Anne Carter is an excellent read! It was a bit more difficult to get started, but three chapters in, I was hooked. I loved the back and forth points of view, it gave real insight into the characters, both alive and dead. The timeline was perfectly structured to allow for a well plotted mystery. And just when tragedy begins to dawn, it is washed away by the sun! Another win for Anne Carter.
1949JD More than 1 year ago
Cape Seduction By Anne Carter    Anne Carter’s Cape Seduction is a paranormal mystery that has twists, turns, ghosts and is full of surprises.  Usually I figure out a mystery in the first few chapters but I have to say I didn’t in Cape Seduction.  I love the way Anne Carter weaves the story of Rebecca and Darla a missing starlet together by moving between the times of their two lives.  Rebecca is a magazine photographer that happens upon an old lighthouse on one of her photo shoot runs on a fog filled highway.  She is drawn to the ghostly vision of the old lighthouse feeling its haunting presence over the water.  The more she uncovers about the old lighthouse the more haunting information is found.  You need to read this fascinating mystery to discover how Rebecca is lead into solving this mystery and how it turns out is going to really surprise you.  Now add to this mystery a hot attorney that has worked his way into Rebecca’s heart and a secret that may keep them apart forever and you will not want to put this one down. Bella Doerres M Ed  
carpediem5366 More than 1 year ago
After reading this book I realized how fitting the cover was and is, but for a potential new reader....  I was given this book in exchange for a honest review. Cape Seduction is written in the present day and we also read the past and the story of Darla a young wannabe actress.  Darla coaxes her boyfriend to introduce her to some bigwigs in Hollywood, she gets cast as the lead of the movie and after the movie releases she disappears forever.  Darla was a bit annoying to me, I couldn't decide if she was a damn good actress of the screen or a beguiling mix of seductress and innocent. At times she was both but her inner monologue came across innocent.  Present Day we have Rebecca who is captivated by the lighthouse (setting for the movie) and wants a tour.  Matt Farralone is the caretaker of the property and isnt allowed to let anyone in.  Rebecca keeps seeing a ghost and knows its connected. Eventually the movie plays out and we see how it ended and its tied up in a nice neat package. I enjoyed the twists and turns, parts of the outcome were slightly predictable, but overall a very good romance/mystery. I only gave it four stars because I had trouble getting into the story at the beginning. It picked up really well and was an enjoyable read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago