The Rogue's Seduction (Seduction Series #3)

The Rogue's Seduction (Seduction Series #3)

by Lauren Smith

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ISBN-13: 9781947206038
Publisher: Lauren Smith
Publication date: 03/05/2018
Series: Lauren Smith's Seduction Series , #3
Pages: 216
Sales rank: 1,032,029
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.59(d)

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The Rogue's Seduction 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous 11 months ago
Not a long read but good!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this story as all in this series and related. Nice flow of ine storyline to another
georgia1 More than 1 year ago
Perdita Darby was desperate. How desperate you ask? Enough to go to a known Rouge’s house, Lord Vaughn Darlington, and ask him to pretend to be her betrothed!! Pursed by a dangerous man, Samuel Milburn, who was trying to blackmail her, she needs protection and feels Vaughn could provide that for her. Being down on his luck and still grieving from the death of his brother, Vaughn begins to feel something come to life with Perdita's request. Her family was hosting a Christmas party and she planned for her father to announce their engagement so Milton would hopefully leave her alone!! The party proves interesting as secrets come out and the intrigue begins! Lauren Smith always delivers an engaging story that leaves the reader wanting more. I so enjoyed this story and fell in love with the characters!! You will too.
Brownac101 More than 1 year ago
Lord Vaughn, Viscount Darlington is a rogue with quite the reputation, but he’s willing to help a damsel in distress. Perdita Darby is the darling of London society and she has desire to marry. She’s discovered the cruel man, Samuel Milton wishes to marry by blackmailing her to agreeing to marriage. Perdita’s desperate enough to seek out the notorious Lord Vaughn aka “the Devil of London” for his help in leading people to think that they are engaged and she’ll be safe from her cruel persistent suitor. Vaughn can’t resist the pleas of a woman who needs his help. He’s intrigued by her tenacity and her courage to approach someone of his reputation would be enough to put off her unwanted suiter. Vaughn can’t resist the pleas of a beautiful woman who needs his help, but he has his own agenda. He knows a man like Milton will not give up easily and he knows must offer the ultimate protection of his name. Loved this story filled with intrigue, romance and redeeming a rogue who can’t resist the pleas of a beautiful woman who needs his help as they both find their HEA!!! This is my honest opinions after I voluntarily read a copy of this book that was provided to me with no requirements for a review.
MoniqueD More than 1 year ago
On a cold winter night, Perdita Darby hired a coach and went to see the only man who could help her: Vaughn, Viscount Darlington, the Devil of London! Perdita is being blackmailed and will do just about anything to get out of a marriage proposal from the revolting Samuel Melburn. Vaughn and Perdita come to an agreement that will be beneficial to both of them, what they hadn’t counted on was how it all turned out… Vaughn is a seductive rogue, a scoundrel, and a bit of a snob who deserves his nickname up to a point; what a character he is, charismatic and rather irresistible. Perdita is no slouch either and they make quite an intriguing couple, and a surprisingly well-matched one; appearances can be deceptive indeed. The secondary characters are quite interesting and Perdita’s parents surprised me! THE ROGUE’S SEDUCTION is beautifully written, there are lovely Christmas details, and the dialogues are excellent. I could have done without the “threat” of BDSM that was always looming in the background; I felt the story didn’t need that and would have been even better, in my opinion, without it. Still, it was excellent! I read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.