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All’s Fair in Love and Seduction
(The Elusive Lords #2.5)
Publish Date: June 25th 2011
Publisher: Season Publishing
Genre: Adult, Historical Romance
With her seduction she hopes to gain his affections
For Miss Elizabeth Smith, sharing her first kiss with the charming Lord Derek Creswell is nothing short of a dream come true…that is, until she is spotted by one of the most influential gossips of the ton. With scandal nipping at her heels, to avoid total social ruin, Elizabeth must present a fiancé by the end of the Season. But when the viscount proves reluctant, Elizabeth is forced to employ a seduction of a different sort…
With his seduction he is determined to ruin her
Viscount Derek Creswell believes Elizabeth set out to trap him into marriage. After all, her sister attempted the very same thing with his brother six years before. Now the delectable Miss Smith expects a betrothal and a ring, while Derek finds her ruination infinitely more appealing…
But as Derek sets out to seduce only her body, Elizabeth is intent on claiming his jaded heart.
Another historical review! This was a short book, 30K words, so my review will be short! To be honest I can’t remember that mush about it! Except that I liked it obviously, and that everyone who likes historical with some steamy love scenes!
All’s Fair in Love and Seduction has a very simple, focussed plot. Elizabeth kisses Derek, but someone catches them and they MUST marry otherwise it would be scandalous. Even worse than baring your ankle, ladies!
But Derek and Elizabeth have met before. There was a scandal concerning HER sister and HIS brother. (It turned out that it was his brother was a liar, which I suspected.)
There was a misunderstanding, basically, Elizabeth had fallen for Derek, but he was sure she was trying to snare him into marriage. BUT, then HE starts to fall for HER!
All’s Fair in Love and Seduction had some very sweet moments, some STEAMY moments, a DASHING Viscount, and a happy ending! What more could you want?
[Thanks to NetGalley and Season Publishing for gifting me an ecopy of this title in return for an honest review.]