- Mass Market Paperback: 217 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin Books (June 2001)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0373259336
- ISBN-13: 978-0373259335
- Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 10.2 x 16.5 cm
- Shipping Weight: 113 g
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,643,926 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Seducing Mr. Right Mass Market Paperback – Jun 2001
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From the Author
SHE WANTED SOME POINTERS...
Catherine Harris can't think of a time she *wasn't* in love with Luke Van Buren. Unfortunatly, he's too stubborn to see it. He treats her like a kid sister and clearly doesn't see her as a woman. Cat tells Luke she wants to meet Mr. Right - with his help!
HE WAS THE PERFECT TEACHER...
Luke can't believe his bad luck. He's watched out for Cat for years. Now she's older and gorgeous, the feelings he has sure aren't brotherly! So when she asks him to teach her the art of seduction...well, he's more than a little reluctant.
But when could he *ever* say no to Cat?
From the Inside Flap
"I've found my Mr. Right," Catherine murmured.
"Who," Luke asked dangerously, "is he?"
"I'd rather no say right now. But before I do anything, I'd like you to give me some pointers." She gave him a guileless look. "Your input will be invaluable...because he's very much like you."
"You know. Sexy. Sophisticated. A ladies man."
Luke groaned. "A player." He raked his fingers through his hair until it stood up like a shark fin.
Catherine smiled. "Exactly. If anyone can tell me how to seduce a player, you'd be the one."
Luke leaned closer, crowding her. "You want me to teach you how to seduce a man?"
"Don't think you can?" Cat taunted.
"If I wanted to, which I don't, I would."
Cat grinned. "Bet you can't."
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com
"Unbearably sweet. Poignant. Sinfully rich." This is a romance that makes you sigh in contentment in the end. Girl gets guy. Guy gets girl. Love.
What I liked about this book is that it told the story from both character's viewpoints. She is trying to make him aware of her as a woman, but unknown to her, he's been aware of that fact for a long time and has been trying to resist it. She's a nester, he's a player, she wants marriage, he wants to be free. Both have issues resulting from their parents' multiple marriages.
The plot device to bring them together, while a familiar one, worked in this book, because the sexual tension was maintained without becoming silly. I've usually stayed away from the Harlequin Temptation books just because of the covers which always seem to show photos of people half-undressed in bed, but I was pleased with this one and may try more in the series since the phrase "you can't judge a book by it's cover" seems to apply with them. :-)