A Season of Seduction by Jennifer Haymore

I love everything about Christmas, the carols, the decorations, the traditions, so I am thrilled that seasonal books are starting to show up on the shelved. of course I’ve been singing Joy to the World since like June, and I never put away a couple of my Christmassy things, but that’s beside the point.

The story begins Nov 3, 1827 and ends with a Christmas wedding, which just makes me smile. It’s a fairly predictable romance, which I say in a positive way. I like standard romances.

Becky’s a widow whose first husband was horrible man. She’s looking for an affair, no strings attached. Jack’s something of an adventurer but is more interested in a marriage than a fling. He needs her money to pay off a blackmailer. Of course, the two fall in love, she finds out he lied, but eventually he is able to redeem himself. In the middle you have a scandal, a shooting, and a caring family. Both the hero and heroine are strong people, and to be honest I got caught up in their story.The sex scenes are steamy, not gratuitously graphic. They develop naturally in the story and are well done, hot but not so much that I was blushing.

I should probably add that my husband thinks Jack is crazy for marrying Becky. I say that if you warn a liar and thief that if they don’t leave your house you will shoot them, they should probably leave. Especially if you loved them and you feel they betrayed you.

Published October 1, 2010 by Forever
Tristan Family #3
379 pages

Challenge: 100+

My copy was provided by the publisher for review and the above is my honest opinion. I am an Amazon associate.


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