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Publisher's Summary

What's a man to do when he's attracted to a woman he can't have? Bradford Kendall, the Duke of Weston, is in that very predicament when his brother's ex-wife shows up at his estate. Regina has always held an unnerving lure for him, and it's a nuisance to have to deal with it, and her.
Regina Dewitt wants to find out what happened to her sister. The best place to start her search is where she disappeared - Weston Manor. It's been a year, and clues will be scarce, but she's determined. She didn't count on how tempting the estate's resident duke would be...
As they begin the search together, the question remains: Can they fight their growing desire?
©2016 Dawn Brower (P)2016 Dawn Brower
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5 out of 5 stars
By Cyn on 03-05-17

Very emotional read with misunderstandings

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This picks up where the last book left off with Regina looking for her sister and wanting answers she goes back to where it all began. Bradford has always had a thing for Regina and Regina for him but she married the wrong brother. Now he must put his emotion on hold keeping it together until he learns she is divorce leaving some interesting reading.

Ms Morris narration was great making you really feel each character. It was hard for me to like Regina she isn’t the sweetest person. The narrator really pulls her off very well. I did not hear any background noise or and volume changes or repeat of words just a very good clean clear audio. Her character voices were wonderful you always know who is talking and just what they are feeling. Her male voices were just as pleasant as her female ones. The narrator really out did herself making you feel each emotion the characters were going through. I thought her performance was wonderful.

This is such a short audio that not much can be told about it. I did have a hard time liking the characters each have issues and at time seemed young. Once they get their act together they really work great together working out the mystery. The author gives you some very heated love scenes with a touching note from Regina sister. I thought it was a good addition to this series with some very emotional people who had trouble seeing through the mess they made of their life. I did enjoy the bickering these two had going on, it seem it is easier to see the bad in the other as well as not facing things they should. It was a entertaining read.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Christy D on 02-17-17

Seduction of my Rake

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This was a wonderful addition to the linked across time series. It helps the family get closure from 2, but could also be a stand alone. And the attraction between Bradford and Regina is so hot. Fun read, but was even better on Audio! The narrator really brought the story to life.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Inishowen Cailin on 07-19-17

I love this series

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I am enjoying this series greatly. I was happy to see Bradford get his own story. I was expecting this installment to be a historical time travel but it's set in the present. It was still enjoyable though and it makes sense that some of the main characters remain the present. I look forward to reading more in the series.

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