Kate Summers has never really felt like
she belonged, especially where her family is concerned. She
has a completely different outlook on life than their more
serious take. Kate owns a lingerie shop and creates her own
designs that are based on her customer’s astrological signs.
Kate loves her shop and wants to take her designs to the
national level—and The Martina Landers Show seems to be the
place to start.
Seth Fallon takes his career as a
professor at Denver University very seriously. He owes a
friend a favor and agrees to go on The Martina Landers Show.
This is completely out of his comfort zone, but he feels this
may be a great time to talk about his astronomy project, and
get students interested in attending DU.
Kate is excited about being on the show
and is surprised when she sees the man that she dated in
college for a short time…his decision. Seth is not thrilled
about the show especially since his job is on the line. The
dean at school feels this is an inappropriate choice and a bad
representation of Denver University. Seeing Kate does not
make him any happier. He broke up with her in college because
she just made him feel too much and he lost his focus. The
show is totally not what he expected and before he knows what
has happened he finds himself being cornered into agreeing to
a contest with Kate. The contest will involve Seth having to
resist Kate and her sexy designs for one week the winner walks
away with a large sum of cash. Will Kate and Seth find more
than just a cash payout at the end of the week?
Seductive Reasoning is a touching and very
sexy read. Kate has so much going for her, but she cannot see
past the insecurities of her childhood to the beautiful woman
she is today. Seth has always been serious and focused and he
is a man who does not like distractions…and Kate is definitely
a distraction. When Kate and Seth are thrown together…the
sparks fly between them. Seductive Reasoning
was an emotional read filled with lots of sexual tension and
two very endearing characters. Cher Gorman knows how to write
and Seductive Reasoning is a great read