Seduced in Seoul by Helen Hardt

Destination Pleasure

The Wild Roses Press

Contemporary, I/R

Reviewed by Patrice F.

   

 

Allison Sanchez takes a trip to Seoul, Korea to visit her big brother Michael.  She’s picked up at Incheon International by a Korean hunk who doesn’t speak English.  Allison is usually shy, so she takes advantage of the situation by flirting with him—a lot.

When they arrive at her brother’s apartment, she really gets into the swing of things.  Her new “friend” is just as attracted to her, even though he doesn’t understand a word she’s saying.  If he could understand her, she wouldn’t have the nerve to be so bold and bad.  Allison quickly learns that there’s more pleasurable ways for two people to communicate: body language. 

Seduced in Seoul is all about meeting that sexy, mysterious stranger in an exotic locale and having your wicked way.  I’m sure that a lot of people have had this fantasy at least once.  If not, then there are plenty of films about such encounters.  The naughty language and sizzling bedroom scenes are sheer afternoon delight.  There’s even a nice little twist added into the plot for a fun surprise.

Ms. Hardt brings her own special touch to this series, and the concept behind it really works.  So if you’re looking for something quick, fun and steamy, yet totally erotic, then you should definitely take a peek at this scorcher. 

     

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