Seduced By His Touch by Tracy Anne Warren

Seduced By His Touch by Tracy Anne Warren

Rated 4.5 out of 5 White Roses.

Content rated with the Red Rose.

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Ezra Danvers has Lord Jack Byron trapped between a rock and a hard place and Jack knows there’s nothing he can do about it. Jack’s luck has officially run out and now he’s got to pay the piper. Jack lost a bet to the man and the penalty is very steep. Either Jack pay his dues (which he can’t afford) or marry Ezra Danver’s spinster daughter. Not only that, but he can’t let her know about this agreement between him and his father and he’s got to make the woman fall in love with him.

But Grace was no ordinary woman.

Grace Danvers had no difficulty falling in love with Jack. She completely and utterly fell for him. However, upon finding out the truth about the arrangement between him and her father, trusting him was another issue. Her father wanted her to marry an Aristocrat, then so be it. She would make her own way out of the mess she was put in. And she now knows better than to trust Jack with her heart.

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Seduced By His Touch makes an excellent read. The understanding between Ezra Danvers and Jack made for a good conflict as well. Grace is truly as unique as the quote in the book says. She isn’t your typical damsel and thank goodness for that! While the hero du jour is positively adorable. Yes, adorable.

A reformed rake? You may say that that tale is done and old. But when you’ve got the right ingredients, it can make for a splendid surprise. And Ms. Warren had the right ingredients indeed.

Grace was Seduced By His Touch and dear readers, so was I. The book made me feel heartbreak when there was heartbreak and relief when love was found. I enjoyed reading this book. It is a must keep. Ms. Warren has a fan in me and I am sure to enjoy reading this book yet again.

Hugs & Kisses,

The Lustrous Courtesan

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Seduced By His Touch published by Avon Romance, August 2009.

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