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The Seduction
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on June 28, 2002
The first scene and subsequent bordello scenes are supposed to show us how decadent and hollow life is for the men who only pursue pleasure. Problem is the author doesn't make the scenes different enough from the Good Sex stuff. There's a fine line between erotic and porn. I like it when it's clear which you're reading. This book blurs the line, but not because the situation is ambiguous, which is the only thing that excuses that kind of blur. Plot was okay, heroine wasn't a martyr victim type which is refreshing. But not a keeper in my library.
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on May 12, 2000
Being and avid reader of Ms. Jordan's I found myself thinking throughout this book, it has to get better! Unfortunately it didn't. The Seduction was missing that fire/blaze that is synonymous with the name Nicole Jordan. The characters were flat, frankly boring, and the sexual tension non-existent IMHO. Damien was too soft and lacked the excitement of her past hero's. After much anticipation, from her long absence, I found myself asking, "What happened?" Very disappointing. I can only hope the next one is better.
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on June 1, 2003
I have to confess that after reading all the reviews, I was hoping for this one to be a scorcher..something along the lines of a Susan Johnson or Ceryl Holt book. This book was too bland for my liking, and while there were a lot of love scenes, they were much tamer than what I thought they would be.
Secondly, the book was very short, 350 pages of large print, so I never felt that I got to know any of the characters...didn't care much for the hero to begin with!
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