To Seduce a Sinner by Elizabeth Hoyt

Avon Books

Historical

ISBN: 0-446-40692-9

Reviewed by Niki Lee

   

 

Lord Vale is dumped at the altar and at a loss for what to do next, when Melisande Fleming proposes something shocking Ė marry her, instead.

Melisande had loved Lord Vale for years, always knowing he was out of reach, until the opportunity arose for her to finally have him.  She had been hurt before, so she decided that while she could have him as her husband and lover, she would never let him know how much she cared about him.

As Lord Vale gets to know his new bride, he realizes her plain exterior hides a fiery seductress.  By day, her proud bearing and biting wit intrigue him and at night her body draws him near.

They each have secrets they feel they canít share with each other, but as they learn to love each other to the fullest, those secrets may be let loose.

I thoroughly loved To Seduce a Sinner.  I read it in less than two days, even at my desk at work.  I was intrigued, excited, amused and enjoyed every page.  I wasnít sure what to think when I first looked at To Seduce a Sinner, but I am now an Elizabeth Hoyt fan through and through.  I have rarely read a book where the love developing between the characters seems so dead on accurate in how it is portrayed.  This book has a permanent place on my bookshelf. I Joyfully Recommend it.

     

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