More Than Seduction

More Than Seduction

by Cheryl Holt
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More Than Seduction 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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WOULD HAVE GIVEN 5 STARS BUT FOR THE VIOLENCE NEAR END OF THE STORY. THERE ARE THREE OTHER COUPLES REVOLVING AROUND THE TWO MAIN CHARACTERS.NORMALLY THIS WOULD MAKE FOR A CONFUSING READ BUT NOT IN THIS CASE--THE STORY FLOWED INTO EACH COUPLES LIVES SMOOTHLY.THE LESBIAN COUPLE STORY IS DONE DISCREETLY.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Set in 1813, London. Ms. Holt has done it again. Loved this story, lots of passion, excitement, thrills & love. Didn't want to put it down.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1813 Anne Paxton Smyth, illegitimate daughter of an earl, pretends to be a widow so that she run Mrs. Anne Smythe¿s Healing Spa and Bathing Emporium for women. Lady Eleanor Chamberlin arrives desperately pleading with Anne to nurture her war wounded brother Stephen back to health. Anne says no in spite of the vast sum of money offered. Hopeless, Eleanor leaves Stephen on the stoop before departing.---- Anne takes Stephen inside to hide him from her female patrons. When he acts ugly she returns in kind refusing to let him wallow in pity. Stephen soon finds a reason to live as Anne heals his body and soul with her love for him that he reciprocates. However, a nasty patron uses a local stalker to harm and perhaps kill Anne if necessary with only Stephen and Anne¿s assistant trying to keep her safe.---- This is an entertaining Regency romance that showcases how love can overcome battle fatigue syndrome, but not easily especially when physical injuries are also present. Anne is a terrific heroine, but the anguish of Stephen makes the tale as a veteran who wants to die until his angel saves his soul. Treachery adds suspense but feels unneeded as this is a wonderful character study starring two delightful protagonists enhanced with a second subplot of love between his sister and his most loyal pal.---- Harriet Klausner