capitalist and gallery owner Gabe
"Romeo" Marquezis is determined to mete out his own brand
of justice against power-rich-money-poor Senator Chandler and his
wealthy-but-shady business associate Richard Grimes. His plan?
To seduce lovely socialite Cristina Chandler and destroy any possibility
of the two families merging through matrimony.
After a "chance" meeting at an art exhibit, Gabe puts his scheme
in motion by offering to paint Cristina's portrait. But as artist
and model become
intimate, the unthinkable happens to this world-weary Casanova:
Cristina not only gets inside Gabe's bed but also his heart. Will the
financier play against the odds, carry out his destructive plan, and risk losing the
only woman he has ever loved?
worked for me:
very well-depicted as the smooth, gorgeous man that no woman can tie
down but whom every woman wishes she could. And I
loved Cristina's portrayal as a
woman on a journey of self-discovery, yearning to break free from the mold her parents had
crammed her into. The
sexual tension between the two characters was absolutely delicious!
Size-wise Cristina was lushly-built, having put on some weight after
coming to the decision that being thin was not for her.
What didn't work for me:
a reason why I don't usually read category romances; namely that they are
so darn short! :^) But on the plus side "His
Seductive Revenge" is part of a series, so perhaps I'll catch a
glimpse of Gabe and Cristina in book
two or book
great read! If you savor sexual tension between your protagonists, you'll
love this story. Be aware that there are some pretty steamy scenes toward the
If you liked "His Seductive
Revenge" you might also enjoy
"Love at Large",
"Baby at His Convenience",
Lightning", "The Independent Bride",
"Suite Seduction", "The Librarian's
Passionate Knight", "The Bridesmaid's Reward",
Course of True Love",
"More to Love",
"Runaway Bay", "Carried
Away", "His E-mail Order Wife", "Dear Cupid",
"Spellbound", "It Had
to be You", or "This Heart of
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