Book Reviews of Sweetwater Seduction

Sweetwater Seduction
Sweetwater Seduction
Author: Joan Johnston
ISBN-13: 9780440205616
ISBN-10: 0440205611
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 124 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
I love historical romances but I normally don't favor those with a "western" theme. However, "Sweetwater Seduction" is definitely a KEEPER!!!

The heroine, spinster schoolteacher Eden Devlin, is smart and spunky and provided a number of laughs.

Burke Kerrigan is a gunslinger with a heart of gold. Ruggedly handsome yet boyishly charming, I couldn't help but picture him as Jack Hughman.

The chemistry between these two was only slightly overshadowed by the battle of sharp wits that ensued between them throughout the book.

Laughs, likeable secondary characters, and a few tugs on the heartstrings (I cried at the end *blush) - I'd definitely recommend this book to anyone!
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Helpful Score: 1
Spinster schoolteacher Eden Devlin was desperate when she convinced rancher and nester wives to withold sex from their husbands until they agreed to end a devastating range war. But frustrated husbands held at arm's length by their wives resorted to their own desperate measures--andhired gunslinger Burke Kerrigan to seduce Miss Devlin, "cause if she knew what she was missin', she'd tell our wives to let us back in the bedroom!"

With the battle lines drawn between husband and wife, Burke Kerrigan has his work cut out for him. Time is of the essence as he sets out to seduce Miss Devlin. But Kerrigan quickly learns that it's not easy to hoodwink an educated woman, and the battle of sharp wits and even sharper passions that ensues results in an all-or-nothing love that takes both spinster and gunslinger by suprise.
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Helpful Score: 1
Spinster schoolteacher Eden Devlin was desperate when she convinced rancher and nester wives to withold sex from their husbands until they agreed to end a devastating range war. But frustrated husbands held at arm's length by their wives resorted to their own desperate measures--andhired gunslinger Burke Kerrigan to seduce Miss Devlin, "cause if she knew what she was missin', she'd tell our wives to let us back in the bedroom!"

With the battle lines drawn between husband and wife, Burke Kerrigan has his work cut out for him. Time is of the essence as he sets out to seduce Miss Devlin. But Kerrigan quickly learns that it's not easy to hoodwink an educated woman, and the battle of sharp wits and even sharper passions that ensues results in an all-or-nothing love that takes both spinster and gunslinger by suprise.
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Helpful Score: 1
The farmers and the cattlemen in the Wyoming territory are blaming each other for many things, but they are brought up short when the spinster school marm convinces the wives to follow the example of "Lysistrata" and withhold sexual favors until there is peace. There are a few complications to this, including a dark stranger who's cast his eye on her favors. A charming historical western, with some real laugh-out-loud sections.
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Joan Johnston always gives a rousing read.
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Very good book. It's about a scool teacher that wants the town to stop fighting. She's the go between because she isn't on either side. She gets the ladies of the twon to stop having sex with the husbands untill they decide to stop fighting. A new guy comes into the picture and she falls in love unexpectly with him after a while. Keeps you going from one page to the next.
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Great book!
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Western romance
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Schoolmarm Eden Devlin was too tall and too smart. Most men in Sweetwater wouldn't tangle with her Until Burke Kerrigan rode into town. Big, hard, and handsome, he wore a pair of six-guns and a bold lazy smile. He came to settle the war between the nesters and the ranchers, but soonhad another challenge on his hands. Both sides in Sweetwater's dispute wanted the meddling Miss Devlin taught a thing or two. Simple seduction seemed the perfect lesson. But Kerrigan didn't count on the fire beneath the brains and innocence.
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Good book
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I enjoyed this book. Good romance and loved the heroine.
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When it comes to sizzling romance, nobody does it like Joan Johston! The New York Times bestselling author of The Cowboy and The Lover tells the passionate tale of a prickly woman, a small Wyoming town, and the irresistible stranger who sets out to the seduce them both.....
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Spinster schoolteacher Eden Devlin was desperate when she convinced rancher and nester wives to withhold sex from their husbands until they agreed to end a devestating range war. But frustrated husbands held at arm's length by their wives resorted to their own desperate measures-and hired gunslinger Burke Kerrigan to seduce Miss Devlin. "cause if she knew what she was missin' she'd tell our wives to let us back in the bedroom!"

With the battle lines drawn between husband and wife, Burke Kerrigan has his work cut out for him. Time is of the essence as he sets out to reduce Miss Devlin. But Kerrigan quickly learns that it's not easy to hoodwink an educated woman, and the battle of sharp wits and even sharper passions that unsues results in an all-or-nothing love that takes both spinster and gunslinger by surprise.
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A great historical romance. Feisty heroine (Eden Devlin), strong hero (Burke Kerrigan) . Romance, mystery, conflict- all present and accounted for. Loved the verbal confrontations and interactions between Eden and Kerrigan.
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IF U LIKE LOVE STORIES THEN YOU SHOULD READ THIS!!! HATE TO PUT ON THE SWAP LIST!!!
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good book to read