To Be Seduced

To Be Seduced

by Ann Stephens
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To Be Seduced 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*I very much enjoyed the love/hate/love relationship of the two lead characters.. The secondary characters were also quite entertaining and I would have liked to see more of them..
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prettypen422 More than 1 year ago
Stephens does a nice job of fleshing out her characters, making them more than just a tool for sensual romantic scenes. The climax of the plot did seem a bit rushed - another twenty pages spent on it would have improved things drastically - but other than that it was interesting and fun to read.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1661 Lord Richard Harcourt fears he will drown in his overwhelming debts. His plan is simple. Richard will abduct and force a biddable heiress to marry him. Wealthy Bethany Dallison needs to find an escape from her pending marriage of doom to odious Mr. Ilkston. She believes Lord Richard has provided it when he kidnaps her. Knowing she must marry her abductor to save her reputation, she accepts his proposal. As the pastor reads the weddings vows to Bethany and Richard, she explains the rules of their marriage especially her money. Stunned by her brazen remarks but also admiring her courage, Richard thinks he cans educe his wife to do what he desires as she is an innocent and he a veteran rake. The gender was has begun one touch and kiss at a time. To Be Seduced is an enjoyable jocular seventeenth century romance starring two obstinate strong lead characters who each believes is taming the shrew. Although the political squabble between Parliament and King Charles II crowned that year never comes across as disruptively meaningful (even with Richard caught between the fighting factions), fans will appreciate the war of the Harcourts wondering who will be on top. Harriet Klausner