Seduction kindle ¾ read · hannahredhead

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SeductionD Others whispered of foul play and the devil’s wrathNow country bred Sophy Dorring is about to become Ravenwood’s new bride Drawn to his masculine strength and the glitter of desire that burned in his emerald eyes the tawny haired lass had her own reasons for agreeing EDIT Whenever I remember Julian's behavior I get so angry So I am correcting my rating it should be less because of him I hated him not the kind of hero I want to read in my romances gah I can see changing my rating again to 1 in a couple of yearsI give this book 3 stars mostly because of Sophy I read this book like 3 years ago and then I forgot about it But one scene has been kept on my mind all the time when Sophy drugs Julian when he wanted to consummate their marriage I found that scene very witty and Julian totally deserved that I didn't remember the title of the book nor the author so I posted that particular scene in What is the Name of that Book group and after 2 weeks or so I got the answer thank you LaurenI liked the story especially because of Sophy she was strong feminist clever And of course it was very fortunate that she knew about herbs to drug her stupid husband when he reclaimed his rights as a husband even if she wasn't willing to I also liked her younger friends Anne and Jane they deserve their own bookAs for Julian sighs I really wanted to like him mostly because Julian is my favorite male name But he was a complete jerk Totally sexist he even had the nerve to be angry with Sophy when she reclaimed her demands to be fulfill demands that he agreed to accomplish before they were married but completely ignored after the wedding He was angry most of the story I had no patience with this man In fact I almost hated him only after I reminded this was an Amanda uick book I couldn't hate himAnyway I would recommend this book just for that scene where she drugs him Because of that this book is if not great entertaining

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Townsfolk called him Devil For dark and enigmatic Julian Earl of Ravenwood was a man with a legendary temper and a first wife whose mysterious death would not be forgotten Some said the beautiful Lady Ravenwood had drowned herself in the black murky waters of Ravenwood Pon The hero in this one was an overbearing ass for almost the entire book and there were a few too many casual references to wife beating that drove me nuts And yet Why the 5 star rating? Because uick’s writing is so darn charming It’s frothy and fun and I absolutely adore the world she creates There were fun secondary characters a lot of interesting mysteries and plot threads hilarious banter and some excellent logic that Sophy uses to her advantage to fight for the fair marriage she wants I loved Sophy She was uirky constantly lost things and looked for honor in all people She was refreshingly different without being unbelievable or too headstrong She was simply lovely Julian I didn’t care for as much His arrogance and constant hateful thoughts of his first wife were tiresome However I kept at it because I always loved to see what Sophy would do next She chipped away at the high handedness and I loved seeing how little by little she makes him reconsider his thinking until he started to recognize how Sophy had changed his life for the better That’s not to say she changed him Rather she helped open up his worldview and accept Sophy as she was I loved this Too many books have this weird obsession with changing people to be the perfect partner I liked how the characters were the same but they came to understand and respect each other in order to build their marriage It kept me reading and reading uicklyThis was an oldie but a a goodie as long as the hero’s attitude doesn’t entirely turn you off in the first 30% I stayed in it and ended up loving the ride

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Seduction kindle ¾ read · hannahredhead » Townsfolk called him Devil For dark and enigmatic Julian Earl of Ravenwood was a man with a legendary temper and a first wife whose mysterious death would not be forgotten Some said the beautiful Lady Ravenwood had drowned herself in the black murky waters of Ravenwood Pond Others whisperTo a marriage of convenience One was vengeance and in its pursuit she would entangle Julian in a blackmail plot a duel at dawn and a dangerous masuerade The other reason was dearer to her heart but just as wild a uest Sophy Dorring intended to teach the devil to love agai didn't really like that she was so deceitful about the supposed rape I really disliked her after she pulled that trick and couldn't bounce back to liking her again Liked the hero but not the heroine She was obsessed with being forced a bit too much for me Especially when he did nothing to warrant such worry