Review: Forbidden to Seduce by April Vine

May 2, 2014 Review 0

Review: Forbidden to Seduce by April Vine

The only thing Ryan Redford could do to scare off his best friend’s sexy, all-grown-up little sister when she orchestrates an all-out, everything-bared seduction is to describe the most depraved sexual acts he can think of—everything, in fact, he’s fantasized about doing to her—to ensure the virgin runs in the opposite direction.

Hell, the steamy scenarios scared him.
Except the tantalizing Leah Jenkins is not accepting no for an answer and takes his threats as promises—and expects him to deliver. On every single dirty thing he said he would do to her.


A Romantica® contemporary erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave


Publisher’s Note: Previously published elsewhere in 2008 as The Midnight Rose and significantly revised for EC.

Title: Forbidden to Seduce
Author: April Vine
Source: Publisher
Published: April 4, 2014
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 29
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-flames

April Vine weaves a tale of steamy, sexy romance in this remarkable story about a young woman and her big brother’s best friend. Forbidden to Seduce’s “notice me senpai” concept entertains the readers in this fast-paced and satisfying read. Inexperienced and untouched, Leah exudes an adorable aura of both innocent vulnerability and irresistible sensuality as she goes all-out to seduce her long-time love, Ryan. Vine connects her characters in mutual love, desire and lust, and tightens their bond into an unbreakable one. Every scene in this novel is one intense emotional roller coaster after another and concludes strongly in a beautiful confirmation of feelings and commitment.

 

Forbidden to Seduce
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