Saturday, September 20, 2014

Misadventures in Seduction by Robyn DeHart

Release date: September 8, 2014
Publisher: Entangled: Scandalous
Genre: Historical (Regency) Romance
Series: Masquerading Mistresses #3

With five siblings to care for, Prudence Hixsby 's duty comes first, even if it means becoming a spinster. When the eldest—and most cherished—of her younger brothers decides to join the war, however, Prudence is determined to keep him safe. So she strikes a bargain with an old acquaintance: her body in exchange for her brother's safety.

In the dead of night, she slips into the bed of a man whose touch is both fierce and passionate... little knowing she's just seduced the wrong man.

Harrison Carlisle, the Duke of Sutcliffe, never imagined that that lovely Prudence would honour his bed, or just how bewitching those lush curves could be. Yet he keeps a gentleman's silence. After all, a spy for the Crown can ill afford to marry. But when Prudence's brother is killed, they find themselves uniting to track down the traitorous murderer. And while death lurks within the shadowy world of espionage, there is also passion... and the unbidden thrill of seduction!



My Rating: 4 Roses

A nice, sweet, and quick read, Misadventures in Seduction was a lovely romance novella. It was a light read that I quite enjoyed.

Prudence and Harrison were both great. Prudence was tough, devoted to her family, and definitely strong enough to handle anything. Harrison was sweet, clever, and overall adorable. I liked them both.

The romance was sweet. Prudence and Harrison were infatuated with each other from when they first met. It was just a matter of them admitting and acting on it. And, they definitely had some steaminess going on between them.

The plot moved quickly and I was engaged the entire way through. I really liked the story and the ending was great.

Misadventures in Seduction was a wonderful historical romance novella that I really liked. Romance lovers, if you want a quick, light, and enjoyable read, then this is a book for you.

*I received a complimentary copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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