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Monday, December 17, 2012
Review: Seduction of a Proper Lady by Kristabel Reed
Review: Seduction of a Proper Lady
Historical Regency Ménage
By Kristabel Reed
I was recently introduced to Kristabel Reed when I hosted
her on my blog for her title SEDUCTION OF MY PROPER WIFE and am I glad I did.
SEDUCTION OF A PROPER LADY is a ménage set in the Regency era and if I thought
Wife was hot, SEDUCTION OF A PROPER LADY is scorching.
Braeden and Ethan are lovers who are in need of a wife. They
hire a matchmaker in the hopes of finding someone who will accept them both.
They get that when they meet Laurel. Laurel looks like proper lady but inside
she more than matches the passion. I loved how they seduced her not only
physically but the subtle ways in the presents they left.
The love scenes are beyond scorching whether it was between the three of them or just two was enough to make you want to take an icy cold shower, but the characters are ones that you want to learn more of with each turn
of the page.
Major Sinclair” she said once they walked several paces from the crowd. “How
have you and Mr. Ashmore become such great companions? Your temperaments are
The look he gave her was entirely
unreadable, a dark probing stare that sent a warning tingle through her. Or
maybe not a warning, but something darker—not sinister necessarily. But carnal.
Laurel blinked, trying to decipher his expression for surely she’d misread him.
However he smiled easily at her now and resumed their walk.
“At one time,” he said slowly as
they walked beneath the shade of the tree line, “our temperaments matched more
evenly. With my responsibilities in the army, I had to learn to curtail my
enthusiasm for such frivolities.”
Laurel nodded, and hesitated just an
instant before saying kindly, “Now that the war is over, wouldn’t you like to
enjoy life’s frivolities a little more?”
Again his dark gaze met hers,
unreadable and yet oh-so intense. “I absolutely would,” he said slowly, his
voice deep and smooth as it washed over her, sent a shiver through her. “There
are many things now I’d like to enjoy more fully.”
They moved further from the picnic
crowds, but Laurel didn’t mind. She enjoyed this solitude with Sinclair, just
as she had enjoyed being surrounded by others while she and Ashmore were at the
archery stalls. Two different men who brought out different sides of her.
Laurel smiled up at him and enjoyed
spending time with Sinclair .
“I’m certain there are things you’re
curious about as well, Lady Kingsley.” he said, “and would like to enjoy more
He made it sound like a promise, a
darkly seductive promise and the arousal that hadn’t abated since reading The Curiosity of Miss Laverly flooded
through her. Shocked at her reaction, Laurel paused for a moment and looked
away. Clearing her throat she took a deep breath and smiled up at him.
“Many things,” she agreed, hoping
her voice didn’t sound as breathless as she imagined it to be. “But as a woman,
my choices are limited.”