Book Review of The Seduction of Sara (Abduction and Seduction, Bk 3)

The Seduction of Sara (Abduction and Seduction, Bk 3)
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This is the sequel to "The Abduction of Julia" and a prequel of sorts to the Talisman Ring series featuring the St. John brothers.

After an early, tragically (and somewhat comically) ended marriage, Sara (St. John) Lawrence finds herself banished to Bath with a middle-aged chaperone when her older brothers decide that she needs to settle down and re-marry. She determines that her best course of action is to find a husband of convenience who will let her do her own thing. Unfortunately, things don't go exactly according to plan.

Enter Nicholas Montrose. Sara doesn't particularly want to marry him, and he definitely doesn't want to marry her. But since they are desperately in lust, it somehow happens anyway, with a lot of help (read: threats) from Sara's brothers. Nick suffers from severe migraines and painful childhood memories of an opium-addicted mother, and is determined to send Sara away before he ruins her life - and very nearly succeeds on both counts.

This book has a fairly lightweight plot, and is a fun, easy read. Sara and Nick are enjoyable characters, and you're also introduced to Anna and Anthony, whose love story follows in "An Affair to Remember." Karen Hawkins obviously has a great sense of humor, and that comes through in all of her books, including this one.