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Three Lessons in Seduction by Sofie Darling

Oh I had to DIG deep in my list of what I had read… Boy did it take me a moment!

But I would have to say Three Lessons in Seduction by Sofie Darling.


Paris, September 1824

Lord Nicholas Asquith needs his wife. Too bad he broke her heart ten years ago.

Can he resist a second chance at the love he lost?

When Mariana catches the eye of the man at the center of an assassination plot, Nick puts aside their painful past and enlists her to obtain information by any means necessary, even if it means seducing the enemy agent.

Even if the thought makes his blood boil.

Only by keeping his distance from Mariana these last ten years was he able to pretend indifference to her. With every moment spent with her, he feels his tightly held control slipping . . .

Can she trust the spy who broke her heart?

Mariana spent the last decade forgetting Nick. Now she has the chance to best him at his own game, an opportunity she can’t resist, even as her view of him begins to shift. Increasingly, she wants nothing more than to seduce her own husband . . .

It’s only a matter of time before mad passion ignites, a passion never convincingly extinguished. A passion that insists on surrendering to the yearning of the flesh and, quite possibly, of the heart.

I actually wrote a review on this book which can be found here which i go into detail about why I loved it and that I am now a new fan of Darlings work. Below is a snip of my goodreads review but my blog post does a whole en-depth one. Go look at the link provided above!

Three Lessons in Seduction (Shadows and Silk #1)Three Lessons in Seduction by Sofie Darling
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The flow of the flashbacks seemed almost effortless. Descriptions of Paris and London was so picturesque and made you feel as if you were there with Mariana or Nick. The language was daunting but a little footnote of translations could keep a lot of readers going in my opinion since they either are not using a kindle or have a hard copy. Just a thought! So i am comfortable giving this book 4 out of 5 star review. 🙂 

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