Book Reviews of Pure Sin

Pure Sin
Pure Sin
Author: Susan Johnson
ISBN-13: 9780553299564
ISBN-10: 0553299565
Publication Date: 11/1/1994
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 62 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Enjoyable. It had a lot of sizzle, but the historicaly slant made it even more interesting.
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I had to force myself to finish this book. I found myself not enjoying the characters thinking âso whatâ as their stories developed. The heroine was shallow and the hero in this book was even shallower.
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Sexy. Different from historical romance, although set in the past.
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Another great Susuan Johnson.

Montana location
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If you are looking for a very steamy romance this is the book.
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The wilds of Montana set the backdrop for the wild, erotic love scenes between Lady Flora Bonham & half-Absarokee, Adam Serre, also the Compte de Chastellux. Little did they realize their affair would become a consuming love.
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From the back cover...

Lacy Flora Bonham couldn't help but be tantalized by Adam Serre's potent sensuality. It made no difference that she'd only just met the exotic half-blood or that he was the scandal of polite society. Flora had never lived according to anybody's rules, and the instant she felt the heat of Adam's savage passion, the only thing that mattered was that she wanted him.

Adam Serre couldn't help but be wary. Lady Flora was quite spectacular, with her daring beauty and delicious conversation, but the noble daughter of a famed archaeologist did not fall into the category of amorous interludes. And after just extricating himself from a vicious marriage, his interest in women was purely transitory. Until the incomparable Flora set out to seduce him with a temptation that was pure sin....