The Serpent's Kiss (Scandalous Seductions, #7)

The Serpent's Kiss (Scandalous Seductions, #7)

by Madelynne Ellis

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BN ID: 2940156498567
Publisher: Madelynne Ellis
Publication date: 03/21/2019
Series: Scandalous Seductions
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 280,274
File size: 4 MB

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The Serpent's Kiss (Scandalous Seductions, #7) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
MissKitt 3 months ago
This was my first read in this series and by this author, and I loved it! There is some sexy, steamy menage here, some self-doubt and uncertainty, and great love and romance. The characters and situation were well-developed and well-described. I love Regency romance that doesn't settle into the same sweet and clean, run of the mill mold, and this one is unique and scintillating. I'm off to explore some of the preceding books in the series now. Enjoy. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Ajgray 3 months ago
The book is well written, very descriptive and somewhat lengthy. Of all three characters I loved Vaughn most of all. He was direct and upfront with his feelings and desires. Bella could not admit her love for the two men and was very insecure of her place in Vaughn’s life. She denied her feelings for Lucerne and after he left the two of them, she was afraid to admit she needed him back in her life. The bulk of the book was about Vaughn trying to get the three of them back together. It is very drawn out but it keeps your attention as you never know what will happen next. There are a lot of other happenings in the book that add to the story in a minor way. There is a HEA but a lot happens before this comes about. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and would highly recommend it as a great read. I would like to have seen an Epilogue to see how they were faring in about a years time. This is something I greatly enjoy in a book but because there is not one in this book it does not distract from the story, it is still a great read.