I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Seduction of Lord Stone by Anna Campbell
Series: Dashing Widows #1
Published by Self Published on September 1, 2015
Genres: Historical Romance
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For this reckless widow, love is the most dangerous game of all.
Caroline, Lady Beaumont, arrives in London seeking excitement after ten dreary years of marriage and an even drearier year of mourning. That means conquering society, dancing like there’s no tomorrow, and taking a lover to provide passion without promises. Promises, in this dashing widow’s dictionary, equal prison. So what is an adventurous lady to do when she loses her heart to a notorious rake who, for the first time in his life, wants forever?
Devilish Silas Nash, Viscount Stone is in love at last—with a beautiful, headstrong widow bent on playing the field. Worse, she’s enlisted his help to set her up with his disreputable best friend. No red-blooded man takes such a challenge lying down, and Silas schemes to seduce his darling into his arms, warm, willing and besotted. But will his passionate plots come undone against a woman determined to act the mistress, but never the wife?
Caroline, LadyBeaumont, is emerging from her mourning period for her deceased husband. Their arranged marriage lacked passion and neither ever came to love each other so now she’s ready to explore her sexual nature. Caroline shares her plans with her two friends, who are also widows, and her best friend, Silas Nash. Unbeknownst to her, Silas has just been laying in wait to make her his wife.
It was an interesting change to have a woman of this era eschew marriage and her suitor wanting more than sexual interludes. When Caroline decides to enlist Silas’ help in seducing other men, the story gets hilarious as he tries to thwart her efforts. She’s determined to never marry and he’s just as determined to not have a relationship without commitment.
I enjoyed this story and the concept of a series about widows in this historical era. I like Caroline’s friends and am looking forward to their stories. And, the length was just enough for me to engage in the characters, romance and storyline.
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