Book Reviews of Seduction

Seduction
Seduction
Author: Amanda Quick
ISBN-13: 9780553283549
ISBN-10: 0553283545
Publication Date: 2/1/1990
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 199 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Did Lady Ravenwood commit suicide or was she murdered? Was her husband, with his reputation for a bad temper, have anything to do with her death? The new Lady Ravenwood wants to know the truth even as she plots vengeance on her bridegroom.
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Is Julian responsible for the death of his first wife? His second wife wants, no needs, to know.-
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Good. Heroine wants to avenge her seduced sisters suicide. Hero is haunted by his deceased wifes paramours.
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The Earl of Ravenwood has asked for country-bred Sophy Dorring's hand in marriage. The Earl is looking for a compliant bride to bear his children. But Sophy hesitates to accept Julian, not because of the mysterious death of his first wife, but because Julian doesn't love her. Then Sophy comes up with a plan. Marry Julian and teach him to trust and love again. Of course, things don't go as planned. Soon Sophy is entangled in a blackmail plot and challenging Julian's former mistress to a duel at dawn.

This is another entertaining historical romance from Amanda Quick. I liked the witty dialogue and the strong heroine. And, I was glad that Julian came to regret not sticking to the agreement he had made with Sophy before their marriage. My rating: 4 Stars.
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I lovedd this book Sophy could do no wrong in my eyes. It was pleasure to watch Julian fall in love with her.
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Great Read!
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I really liked this story - an older "classic"!
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A memorable love story, a sexy, humorous and stirring tale says Sylvie F. Sommerfield...an outrageous romp...
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Boring and cliched. Couldn't get past chapter 3 or understand why this author is a bestseller, with such poor writing.
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Good Book
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Julian and Sophy are both wary of the opposite sex, but marriage is part of both their plans to achieve different goals. This is a good book that has mystery, romance and smart dialogue.
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Pretty good
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A really good read with lots of twists and turns, the characters are excellent and well developed. You can't miss with one of Amanda Quicks books.
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My friend loves this author so I thought I'd give it a shot but I'm not into romance so I couldn't get into it.
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Townsfolk called him devil. For dark and enigmatic Julian, Earl of Ravenwood, was a man with a legendary temper and a first wife whose mysterious death would not be forgotten. Some said the beautiful Lady Ravenwood had drowned herself in the black, murky waters of Ravenwood Pond. Others whispered of foul play and the devil's wrath.

Now country-bred Sophy Dorring is about to become Ravenwood's new bride. Drawn to his masculine strength and the glitter of desire that burned in his emerald eyes, the tawny-haired lass had her own reasons for agreeing to a marriage of convenience. One was vengeance, and in its pursuit she would entangle Julian in a blackmail plot, a duel at dawn, and a dangerous masquerade. The other reason was dearer to her heart, but just as wild a quest: Sophy Dorring intended to teach the devil to love again.