Reader Review: This book had a lot of good stuff in it, like despair, betrayal, hope, anticipation, confusion, and love. Not a boring moment in the book. A very good story. The ending needed more punch, but I still enjoyed the book.
It Only Takes One Kiss¿
When infamous rogue pirate Captain Angel storms aboard the merchant ship Oxford, he discovers more than just valuable cargo. He learns that one of the ladies aboard is the fiancée of his most hated rival. Angel can see that Madeline Hartwell is quite a prize. For bedding her will give him both sweet revenge and immense pleasure...
To Seal Their Fate Forever¿
If Madeline Hartwell¿s true identity is discovered, she could hang for a crime she committed in self defense. But Angel believes her to be a betrothed lady, and Madeline hopes his mistake will ensure her safety. As the two clash, Madeline can¿t deny the simmering attraction that¿s heating up¿and she may have no choice but to surrender to the pirate¿s enticing touch¿
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|Title of Romance eBook: Seducer|
|Release Date: 02-01-2009|
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Chapter OneAugust 1774, Charleston, SC
"You look lovely, Madelaine. Now, you musn't be nervous. Geoffrey is a fine gentleman."
Madelaine Hartwell looked up at her father, wondering at his odd comment. His hand shook as he reached up to knock on the door of the impressive Bay Street town house. He lowered his hand and sighed heavily. "I need a moment."
Madelaine stood patiently by his side, having gotten used to his tremors since his drinking had overtaken his last bit of control.
She smoothed her palms over her dress and swallowed hard, his anxiety contagious. "I am a little nervous. After all, we haven't attended a social event since Mother died."
"I know. I just haven't been myself since my Sarah passed. I thought I'd fixed that damn wheel. I thought the carriage was safe...." he trailed off, sniffing gruffly.
"The accident wasn't your fault, Father," Madelaine said, adjusting her bodice.
It was true he hadn't been the same. Neither of them had, but it seemed that for Madelaine, the last seven years had been all about taking care of her crumbling father and trying desperately to keep food on the table as his gambling debts grew well beyond his ability to pay. She had watched in emotional agony as piece by piece their old life had been taken from them. First, her mother's jewelry, then the silver and china, soon followed by every bit of furniture and finally the lovely home where she'd grown up.
Last month they had been forced to move into a two-room unit above a dressmaker's shop. Madelaine had been forced to sell every lovely gown in her mother's wardrobe t...
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Number of Comments: 2 Rating(s) 2 Review(s)
3 of 5 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
I absolutely loved the characters in this book. T
June 4, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Montreal, Qc CA
I absolutely loved the characters in this book. The heroine was very spunky, independent and funny and the hero was hot and charming. The story was great, fast-paced and not entirely predictable as so many of these books are. I will definitely be re-reading this one.
This book had a lot of good stuff in it, like desp
March 2, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from knoxville, TN US
This book had a lot of good stuff in it, like despair, betrayal, hope, anticipation, confusion, and love. Not a boring moment in the book. A very good story. The ending needed more punch, but I still enjoyed the book.
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