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Case for Seduction (Kimani Romance) Mass Market Paperback – 7 Sep 2012

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: KIMANI PRESS (7 Sept. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373862733
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373862733
  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 1.5 x 16.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,186,252 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Case For Seduction is a sweet romance that is more cute than saucy. It is one of those books that falls in into the `nice' category. Everything about it was goof but it never really climbed above that.

I liked the characters and admired both of them for the changed they make in their lives and the growth they show in this story. The romance was a slow burning that was full of tension which I enjoyed. The love scenes were a little `fade to black' so if you are looking for a book with a little more bite you might want to look elsewhere. The story pace was good and I was easily swept along with the storytelling.

My big issue with this book was the ending. The romance is resolved but all the other plots and storylines don't reach a conclusion. I know that this book is primarily a romance novel but it would have been good to see all the other loose ends tied up as well.

Case For Seduction is not going to grab you by the collar and demand your attention, but it Is a sweet and short love story perfect for a lazy summers afternoon.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great start to the series! 25 Aug. 2012
By kslmbuggie - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Another awesome read from Ann Christopher. This was such a witty and passionate read. Charlotte and Jake truly had some pent up sexual tension between them. Her son Harry was such a little heart breaker and really stole the show. Obviously these two were going to get together, I just wished it happened much earlier in the book so we could really see them build a wonderful relationship together. When I got to the last page I really didn't want it to end. This was a great start to this miniseries, and I hope the other 2 authors involved keep the momentum going.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
What happened to Ann Christopher? 1 Oct. 2012
By K Girl - Published on
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I am a long time Ann Christopher. I have read every one of her books and loved them all, except for the last few. It seems like Mrs.Christopher has lost her mojo. Her earlier books had so much passion and chemistry. The last two or 3 have been lacking in both. While Case for Seduction had great potential, it just never took off for me. I liked both Charlotte and Jakes characters well enough, but the sizzle was missing. There was no love scene until the last quarter of the book!!! It's as if someone told Mrs. Christopher to tone her books down. I don't know about other romance readers, but for me, I'd rather have too much passion and love scenes than not enough.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Now I remember ... 4 Sept. 2012
By NC Bookworm - Published on
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Now I remember why I like Ann Christopher so much. This was a sweet love story with great chemistry between Charlotte and Jake. Harry was an adorable bonus. Ann's books in the past two years, the ones about the twins and the Deadly series were my least favorites of her books (and I've read them all).

Case for Seduction was vintage Ann Christopher with the usual cast of characters -- a strong female paired with an even stronger alpha male. Aaah! Now I remember why she's one of my favorite authors.

My only criticism is that the ending seemed rushed.

Question - Is there a limit to the number of pages for a Kimani Romance novel? It seems 224 is the magic number.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Where's the romance? 6 Sept. 2012
By K. Ross - Published on
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The story lacked so much I'm not sure where to begin. The characters were under developed. The storyline was incomplete and there was absolutely no intimacy. As a matter of fact the first kiss was 75% into the story. The one intimate scene was nondescriptive. The story had a lot of potential it just seemed incomplete to me. This is my point of view, check it out for yourself you may like it. I Probably won't read again.
Making a case for love...... 24 Oct. 2012
By Voracious Reader and Music Lover - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I have been a fan of Ann Christopher's since her first novel "Trouble", but lately I feel as if an author that I could once count on to be a sure thing for a well written, well developed story has become a hit or miss author.


First, I'll start with what was good about book:

I love, love, love the way that Charlotte and Jake initially met. The scene was well developed, and I felt as if I was in the room with them.

I enjoyed meeting the rest of the Hamilton family at the photo shoot. I look forward to hopefully hearing more about the family from Ms. Christopher in the future (I believe other authors are writing as part of the series too).

Second, here are the issues with the book:

Readers are given the notion that Jake admires Charlotte's relationship with her mother because his relationship with his mother is strained because his mom is not close to him. This is a major issue because by the end of the book 1. there is no real reason given for why Jake would have a strained relationship with his mother. 2. Jake's mother goes to visit Charlotte at her mother's home 3. Jake's mother gives Jake his grandmother's engagement ring to give to Charlotte. If his mom was so bad, she wouldn't have done all of those things.

The fact that Jake is embarrassed by his wealth is cliché'. I feel as if I have read about the embarrassed poor little rich boy a million times.

The first love scene was very abrupt. Mrs. Christopher normally does a great build up with sexual tension, but that element is missing here.

There is only one true love scene.

It is unbelievable that Charlotte was ready to quit her job over a text message.

There is a "fake" highly underdeveloped area of drama between Jake and his cousin. I guess the drama will be explored in future books in the series, but the set up of the drama was weird and anti-climatic.

Finally, resolutions:

It would be great if Ms. Christopher would contract with either Avon or Dafina to continue this series and to create her forthcoming works. Authors who contract with Avon or Dafina seem to not have the page restrictions that Kimani authors have. Even though this book was not as good as I expected, I still believe that Ms. Christopher is a good writer. I think the editing on the page count is killing the quality of her books.

Also, the heat needs to be turned up on the love scenes. See her earlier titles for more on this.
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