Book Love (11) Dark Seduction

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Dark SeductionMalcolm of Dunroch is a newly chosen Master, a novice to his extraordinary–and dangerous–powers. But he has already broken his vows–and a young woman’s death is on his hands. Malcolm is determined to fight his darkest desires, denying himself all pleasure…until fate sends him another Innocent, the beautiful bookseller Claire Camden. Since her mother’s murder, Claire has done everything possible to make a safe, secure life for herself in a city where danger lurks on every street corner, especially in the dark of night. But nothing can prepare her for the powerful and sexual medieval warrior who sweeps her back into his time–a treacherous, frightening world where the hunters and the hunted are one and the same. Claire needs Malcolm to survive, yet she must somehow keep the dangerously seductive Master at arm’s length. For Malcolm’s soul is at stake–and fulfilling his desires could prove fatal….

Why Dark Seduction?

This is a series that Brenda Joyce Rocked at!!! I never could get enough of the series. I loved this book the most though. Its this book, that is probably my favorite of the series. We see a mix of time travel, and characters that win your heart. I loved seeing the way that Claire and Malcom are together. This book is fast paced and the romance so well done. It is really fun to see Claire, a woman from modern times to become accustomed to change and how she works through it all. If you have yet to read this author or this series….that needs to be rectified NOW!!!

17 thoughts on “Book Love (11) Dark Seduction

    1. Well you might like this one….but Brenda Joyce has written some other great historical’s as well that you might enjoy!!! In some of her books she reminds me of Julie Garwood a bit. But you would totally love the heroine of this book.

  1. Thanks for the recommendation. I’ve not read BJoyce before but this series sounds fun so I’ll check her out. 😀

    1. oh really? You would really like this author….and this series has such a fun mix of elements. She most has just done historical…this is the first time she delved more into pnr themes.

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