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Seduction Becomes Her (Becomes Her #2)

3.58 of 5 stars 3.58  ·  rating details  ·  222 ratings  ·  19 reviews
Set against the breathtaking cliffs of England's Cornwall Coast during the Regency era, New York Times bestselling author Shirlee Busbee delivers a sumptuous novel of an unexpected fortune, secrets, and the magic of love...

Love Hides In The Most Surprising Places

As guardian to her two young siblings after her parents' death, Daphne Beaumont struggles to keep the family tog...more
Paperback, 342 pages
Published July 1st 2008 by Zebra
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Julie (jjmachshev)
I actually enjoyed "Seduction Becomes Her" by Shirlee Busbee. I'm not sure why I'm so surprised as I read "Scandal Becomes Her" and enjoyed that one too. Ms Busbee's books are historicals that contain a bit of the supernatural. In this book, it was ghosts, both evil and good, and the return of a past villain. I didn't have a hard time figuring out the villain (since he was also in her last book), but there was another mystery that wasn't too hard to figure out once the clues were all presented....more
It was ok, hence the two stars. It read very similarly to the first book in the series, so I wasn't impressed. I did however enjoyed Charles. Just like Julian from the first book, he betrothed himself out of honor. I gave an "awww" when he admitted that he had already decided to marry her because there was something special about her. I can not get enough of men who know what they want and will do what is needed to obtain it!
There is mystery and paranormal activity amidst the romance story. Old...more
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Got this book from "monito/monita" last December 2013.
Then last Wednesday, I decided to read this to ease my boredom only to find out that this novel is an awesome novel. The hero/heroine showed us the real meaning of love.
I love how Charles adore Daphne.
I love the mystery line of this novel.
All I want to say actually is I really love this novel.
This is one of those good juicy (not too intellectual!) romance-gothic thrillers that one can sink into within a couple of pages! Tales of a mysteriously vanished serial killer! Ghostly apparitions! A damsel in distress caught in a Cinderella setting! The hero comes to the rescue! Etc... Too much fun, indeed.

Not sure what the title refers to, as the heroine is not bent on seduction at all, she seems rather unaware of her charms until she gets unwilling shackled to the hero.

A great way to pass th...more
I like the story and the character's although I thought that Charles was a much wittier character in the first book. Also, since I read this almost back to back with the first book I noticed the rhythm of the story-line was very similar to the first book. It will be interesting to see if book three follows a similar flow. Still very good characters with passion.
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I honestly didn't think that this could have been any worse than the first book in the series...I was wrong...A heroine that I had a really hard time even liking - a hero I actually liked (from the first story) but another plot with paranormal theme to it that was again, like a bad soap opera.
I enjoyed this book I like the paranormal and suspense aspects of the story the characters were well fleshed out and the romance was solid
Daphne Marzana
Good story and writing but didn't really feel that connected to the characters in any way and sometimes it dragged on and felt like filler.
A great historical romance mixed in with a mystery, as well as a ghost story. A little something for everyone.
Well written but the heroine was so freaking annoying. She reminded me of Mrs. Bennet in Pride and Prejudice!
Couldn't put this down.....liked the mystery. Can't wait to read the next book in this series.
I don't know how I got started on least they have a decent mystery line in them.
Surprisingly (therefore disappointingly) tame for a Busbee romance.
This book had everything. Mystery, romance and happy endings.
Cindy Hughes
This book had everything. Mystery, romance and happy endings.
Oct 14, 2011 Alana rated it 5 of 5 stars
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good. loved it. on to the next one!
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Shirlee Elaine was born 9 August 1941 in San Jose, California, USA. She was the first daughter of a career naval officer, later she had two sisters and three brothers, they raised traveling the world. She went to the institute in Kentri, Morocco, after which she returned to California and she went to Burbank Bussines College of Santa Rosa, where she received a certificate in 1962.

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