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Sweet Seduction

3.79  ·  Rating Details ·  28 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Fiery heiress Meg Fairmont shuddered as she recognized the man who had abducted her. From the moment she'd encountered handsome sea captain Tristan Hall at her relatives' gypsy camp, he'd mistakenly believed her a shameless temptress whose favors were his for the asking. She had eluded him then, but now he held her captive --- and subjected her to sweet, in
Paperback, 446 pages
Published May 1st 1992 by Zebra
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Patricia Pellicane, herself, sums up her characters very nicely:

Meg, like her husband, was headstrong and determined. Once she made up her mind, she set out to accomplish her plan, be it right or wrong.


Meg and Tristan. Tristan and Meg. What can one say about these two? For starters Tristan is completely batshit crazy and thinks it's completely within the realm of reasonable behavior to kidnap a gypsy girl right from her home and take her to America where she can live as his sex toy
Sep 08, 2012 Mydearloverboy rated it really liked it
the dialogues were very well was funny and cute how they have a love/hate relationship and it didn't have many stupid misunderstandings...

but, the ending seemed a bit awkward...but good pace for the plotline....

I was confused as to how they fell in love with each other...It 's almost like love at first sight which seemed unrealistic to me...but overall, a good read with a solid 4 stars;)
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Patricia Pellicane lives on Long Island in New York with her husband and family. She enjoys reading, travelling in her motor home and especially enjoys her grandchildren. "Too bad we can't have grandchildren first. They're a kick." Most of all she loves to write.“Life’s tough we all need a bit of fantasy now and then. For myself, I love a happy ending.”
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