Thursday, 17 October 2013

Review: Seducing the Enemy by Noelle Adams @IndulgenceBooks

She'll never let him win...

After being injured in a tragic accident as a child, Marietta Edwards has lived a sheltered life. Finally recovered, she wants to indulge in pleasures that are entirely new to her, so she begins by seducing a sexy, mysterious stranger. Only after their one-night stand does she learn their families have been embroiled in a fifteen-year legal battle and the man she’s given herself to is her worst enemy.

The heir to a vast fortune, Harrison Damon believes the unforgettable night he spent with Marietta in Monte Carlo is just a fling, an escape from his responsibilities. Then he discovers she is an Edwards—the family he despises most. He can’t quench his attraction for her, but he won’t let her use it against him. He won’t let her manipulate him to win money from his family. No matter how much he wants her, he won’t let her seduce him again.


I really enjoyed this book. It had a sort of Romeo & Juliet kind of vibe for me. Two families involved in a decades long legal battle, Girl sees Boy across a crowded bar and one thing leads to another.

The interactions between Harry and Etta were lovely and had a sexy innocence to them. Harrison and Marietta's interactions were full of fire and I loved the contrast between them in private and around his family. 

Overall  I give this 4 out of 5 

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