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The Seduction of His Wife Mass Market Paperback – 3 Mar 2011
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Tiffany Clare writes a swoon-worthy romance filled with rich details and vivid characters. Any readers wishing for a bold and sweeping historical romance need look no further--Tiffany Clare is a treasure of an author! Lisa Kleypas, New York Times bestselling author, on THE SURRENDER OF A LADY Exotic, bold and captivating. Tiffany Clare's rich, sensual prose is delightful indulgence! Alexandra Hawkins, author of Till Dawn with the Devil, on THE SURRENDER OF A LADY Dazzling, daring and different! Exotic and erotic! "The Surrender of a Lady" will have you turning the pages until you finish, no matter how late it gets. Tiffany Clare is a brilliant new talent in historical romance. "Anna Campbell, author of My Reckless Surrender""
About the Author
Deciding that life had far more to offer than a nine to five job, bickering children in the evening, and housework of any kind, Tiffany Clare opened up her laptop to rediscover her love of the written word. Tiffany writes historical romances set in the Victorian era. She lives in Toronto with her ever-patient photographer husband, two mischievous children, and one hyperactive cat. Tiffany loves to hear from readers.
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But first things first. Emma is a woman who experienced sex just once as a 15 year old girl on her wedding night. Not much experience that would give her the expertise to paint women in erotic poses don’t you think? How would she know what is considered erotic based on her limited sexual experience? (And I don’t know about you but the thought of consummating a marriage with a 15 year old borders on pedophilia to me.)
Asbury’s behavior was arrogant and insufferable. I could find very little for Emma to love in this character. She didn’t know Asbury except as the one who had abandoned her and not communicated with her once in twelve years. How could she possibly develop legitimate feelings of love for this man in a couple of weeks?
“Is it possible to love someone you don’t know? To love them so much you can’t fathom ever losing them, even if they aren’t yours to lose?” The little quotes from her letters to him over the years (unsent) was a weak device to explain how she could love a man who had shown such disregard and disinterest in her for twelve years. Not very believable.
Then at the very end he admits (once) that he has grown to “love you deeply”. And poof! The story is over.
This was just a very disappointing book all around. Save your 6 bucks.
Even more sick-making - the H has made a fortune trading in opium and, when he confesses to her, she is in no way revolted, never expresses even the slightest criticisms but utters platitudes about why he is not responsible for his ex- partner's slide into addiction?
What can one expect? She spent 12 years writing pitiful letters to the creep, despite never receiving one from him and then doesn't fly at him when he whines that she should have sent them to him, rather than storing them, wrapped in ribbons, in a easily accessed drawer.
I don't just dislike the H. I despise him.
The sex scenes are lousy as well.
This is a book I wish I hadn't read.
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