The Seduction

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Berkley Books, 2002 - Fiction - 357 pages
32 Reviews
Hailed by The Romance Journal as "a magical storyteller," Julia Ross presents an evocative, thought-provoking new story of two people who have nothing left to lose but their hearts...

When Viscount Gracechurch loses everything he owns in a card game, his only hope is to accept his opponents' final wager: he must bed the mysterious Juliet Seton-otherwise he is well and truly ruined. But Juliet won't succumb to his seduction that easily.

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Review: The Seduction (Georgian #1)

User Review  - Mmeguillotine - Goodreads

Oh mercy, mercy, mercy this was a good one. First, I am a sucker for a Georgian hero dripping in lace and more than confident and masculine enough to totally OWN that. "His appearance was both ... Read full review

Review: The Seduction (Georgian #1)

User Review  - August - Goodreads

This was rather melodramatic, as Georgians tend to be. I suppose it is impossible to write something restrained and reasonable when the characters are swanning about in patches and powder and yards of ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
9
Section 3
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About the author (2002)

Julia Ross is the winner of the Colorado Book Award for My Dark Prince.

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