Book Review-The Seduction of an English Scoundrel

Book Review-The Seduction of an English ScoundrelThe Seduction of an English Scoundrel by Jillian Hunter
Series: Boscastle #1
Published by Ivy Books on April 26th 2005
Genres: Historical Romance, Regency Era
Pages: 371
Format: Paperback
Source: Library
ISBN: 0345461215
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Humiliated when her prospective groom, Sir Nigel Boscastle, does not show up for their wedding, respectable Lady Jane Welsham is confronted by scandal, until Nigel's rakish cousin, Grayson Boscastle, Marquess of Sedgecroft, comes up with a plan to salvage the young lady's good name, while repairing his own tarnished reputation.

 

The Seduction of an English ScoudnrelLady Jane, has been stood up at the altar by her fiancée, and close friend. Everyone is heartbroken for

her, but Jane can’t wait for the opportunity to find true love. Jane has a secret that she hatched, and she is joyful at the current events, now she knows it will be up to her to make her own fate. But there is one obstacle that she didn’t plan on…Grayson Boscatsle. Gray is furious at his cousin, and knows that it is up to him to maintain the family honor, and seek reparations for the wrong done. But for some reason, Jane doesn’t seem all that heartbroken over what has happened. Gray just assumed she is putting a good front, and he insists that he escort her around town, and show others what he sees in her. But before long, he starts to fall in love with her, but the secret that Jane is hiding from him, will bring about a sensual game of seduction and secrets…but who will win and triumph?

Jillian Hunter has been around for quite some time, but for some reason this is the first time I have read a book of hers. She has been on my watch list for a while, and I just had to try her out when I noticed this series on the shelves of my local library. So I thought I would be “original” and try this series in order. Let’s see if I can complete this “mission impossible” since I seem to have the worst habit of reading a series out of order. Any who….I will say that I truly loved this story. Now it did take me a bit of time to get into the book, but I think I was just adjusting to the unique writing style of the author.

This book was a ball of laughs and giggles, and I loved this couple. They were so engaging, especially to this reader, and the interaction between them was contagious, I just almost wished I could just jump into the pages and join in their fun. Now the real fun…doesn’t happen until toward the end and wow did that surprise me. Normally, with a plot line like this one, you don’t expect it to turn out this way, but this author really twisted her way with this story; I loved her creativity with the series of events. The way she forms these characters, well it was just charming. I loved every one that played a part in the story. What I also loved was seeing the family of Gray…their comradery and teasing of each other, added a certain flair to the story and a bit of drama at times. But what exquisite drama it is! An lighthearted and playful story with a touch of sensuality and moving emotions…Deliciously SEXY!!

  • Carol Cork

    I read this series a few years ago and remember enjoying it very much.

  • Aurian

    I have read this book a few years ago, and I think I got stuck in a book further on in the series that I really did not like and never read her again. A shame, as I have at least 15 more books on my shelves.