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His Final Seduction (Harlequin Blaze)

3.89 of 5 stars 3.89  ·  rating details  ·  61 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Leave reality Eros Vacations, there is something sexy in the air!

Indulge yourself in the romance of Venice. Learn the art of seduction and the erotic secrets of Roman courtesans while embarking on a luxury adventure filled with moonlight excursions and breathtaking scenery in the city where Casanova made women swoon...

For Jorgie Gerald...turns out Casanova isn'
ebook, 217 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Harlequin (first published December 15th 2009)
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A shy accountant, recently left behind by her boyfriend who told her she was too conventional for him, is "bullied" into taking a "tingly" vacation in Venice, where she gets reacquainted with her brother's friend and her secret high-school crush.

Sadly, I wasn't impressed. Jorgie and Quint definitely lacked in chemistry, the pacing was slow (also thanks to the secondary story-line about Jorgie's friend kicking back on a similar tour in L.A. and hooking up with Quint's coworker), and the final maj
Well written but one of those romances where she wants to have a no-strings relationship with someone she's been wildly attracted to since forever! Then falls in love and gets mad at herself and breaks it off without a reasonable explanation to him as if it's his fault. Gosh, why do guys fall in love with these gals who don't communicate. I think LW explains it when she gives her the excuse of being a numbers gal and way too serious or something like that.

Anyway, Jorgie was an okay character an
Eileen Andrews
I liked this this story. I twas funny and entertaining. I did feel that she was trying to tell two stories at once. One character got more attention than the other and I feel like they could have been in two separate very awesome books. But other than that I loved it!
Very good book. Highly recommed it!
i enjoyed the book
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