Throwback Thursday (90) Historical Romance Edition: Dance Of Seduction

Posted July 2, 2015 by Loverofromance in Throwback Thursday / 1 Comment

Throwback Thursday (90) Historical Romance Edition: Dance Of Seduction

Throwback Thursday is a new meme hosted by Buried Under Romance and Love
Saves The World, and since I just love Historical Romance I decided to
participate.

What Is Throwback Thursday? Traditionally, Throwback Thursday celebrates
nostalgia, asking participants to post a personal photo or image from
their past–usually from 5 to 10 years ago. There are a lot of book
blogs that also do a book related Throwback Thursday.

Here Are The Rules: 1. It must be posted on a Thursday. 2. It must be a
historical romance novel published before October 3, 2008

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Dance Of SeductionShe vowed to resist…

It’s difficult enough for Lady Clara Stanbourne to run her London home for reformed young pickpockets without having to contend with a criminal right next door! The mysterious Morgan Pryce is obviously dealing in stolen property, and she will never allow the handsome scoundrel to lead the children astray. Pryce is very much mistaken if he believes her a delicate rose he can wilt with passionate, unspoken promises. Now if only Clara could douse the fiery yearning the charming cad ignites inside her.

His heated caresses…

This bold, beautiful temptress is indeed a distraction—and Morgan wishes he could tell the exquisite Clara the truth: that he is working undercover to break up a notorious crime ring. His mind should be on his duty—not wondering how it would feel to hold Clara in his arms and taste her luscious lips. But now that she has entered into his most dangerous game,Morgan knows he must have her, despite the very real peril to his secret mission—and to his heart.

 

 

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Why Dance Of Seduction?

This is one of my all time favorite books from this author (those who know me, know I talk about her backlist a ton, but seriously they are fabulous, and one of the main reasons I fell in love with romance), but this story is so special and has a great plot with these kids that the heroine pulled off the streets and offered them a better life. I always admire that. And boy are they trying at times, but she is patient and loving but firm in the rules. And the interaction between Morgan and Clara is so humorous and lively. 

  • This one sounds interesting with how the main character offers those kids a better life!