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Then Comes Seduction (Huxtables, Bk 2)
Then Comes Seduction - Huxtables, Bk 2
Author: Mary Balogh
Jasper Finley, Baron Montford, is twenty-five years old and bored. He is London's most notorious daredevil and much admired by his male peers. He has never lost a wager, though he has taken on some hair-raising ones. But there seems to be no new challenge left to him and life looks empty and dreary as it stretches before him. He is also very...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780440244233
ISBN-10: 0440244234
Publication Date: 3/24/2009
Pages: 448
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 357 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio CD
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Helpful Score: 6
I was surprised...I really liked this book (I thought the first one was all right, not good). At first, I was thinking this guy is a jerk when I read the part about the bet. He bets his friends that he can take Katherine's innocence in a mere 2 weeks. Then at Vauxhall Gardens you begin to see that he is not all he seems to be and you start to like him a bit. I liked how Katherine was able to help him come to terms with his awful childhood and teach him how to recognize love. Even if you have yet to read the first book in the series, this book is still a good read. There are a couple of mentions of things that happened in the first book, but nothing that affects the plot, and the reader's enjoyment, of this book.
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Helpful Score: 5
england 1800s . Loved this book. An introduction between the hero / heroine at the very beginning makes you wanting more, only to have to wait 3 years for their romance to begin. But the time makes the story so much better as their characters have developed the traits necessary to make this book and their relationship grow so well. A little predictable with the protagonists, but it doesn't take away from the happily ever after.
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Helpful Score: 3
I thought this was one of her best books. The story was interesting and well-told, but I have to say that I really enjoyed the unexpected humorous bantering between the 2 main characters!
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Helpful Score: 3
The second Huxtable sister Regency romance is a charming tale starring two delightful lead characters who gamble on love. Jasper and Katherine are a perfect pairing as each raises the stake in what turns into a scandalous love affair enhanced by overarching family issues. Mary Balogh is two for two with one sister left and a younger brother who deserves that magical Balogh historical touch... Then Comes Seduction is the second novel in Mary Balogh's newest series featuring the Huxtable family. While each of the four novels will stand on its own, those who prefer to read a series in order should start with the first book in the series, First Comes Marriage, as it sets the stage...
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Helpful Score: 2
Are you a Mary Balogh fan? Then you will not miss this offering. Still the same formula, that works, and an interweaving of the characters from the previous books in the series. It is always better to read these in order.
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it was good
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Again, in this second installment of the Huxtable kids, a bit tame and predictable. Good characters that were well developed and multi-dimensional, but the plot seemed a bit thin. Maybe I was expecting too much or was bored by the lack of intensity in the romance dance Jasper and Kate were performing... A decent story.
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Great stuff, Balogh's characters are not wimps.

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