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ISBN:0739443313
Author: Lorraine Heath
ISBN13: 978-0739443316
Title: An Invitation To Seduction
Format: lit mbr mbr lit
ePUB size: 1772 kb
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Language: English
Category: Americas
Publisher: Avon 2004/04; Book Club edition (2004)
Pages: 279

An Invitation To Seduction by Lorraine Heath



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This is my third Lorraine Heath book. To be honest the only reason I got to a third book of Heath's was because I like the audiobook's narrator. This was the worst of the three books. Posted on What I'm Reading. I struggled with An Invitation to Seduction by Lorraine Heath. Don't get me wrong, I love her writing and she's able to make impossible situations work. However, this one didn't work for me.

Of course not, Richard replied, gazing out the window as his coach rumbled along the cobblestone street. It’s your home as well. You and Miss Robertson walked for such a long time hat did you talk about?. She spent a good deal of time describing the two hundred gowns in her wardrobe. Smiling, he turned his attention to Anne. We actually spoke very little. I don’t think she’s at all comfortable with Farthingham’s wager. He was rather bold to propose i. .It is easy to be bold when you have nothing to lose and all.

About book: Kitty Robertson has grown up wealthy and influential, and she's never more at home than when in an English parlour displaying her social graces. When she looks for a husband, of course she seeks a man just as home in his position – hopefully a lofty one – as she is. Nicholas Glenville, Marquess of Farthingham, is just such a man. He is so attentive and gentlemanly that she can't help but accept his proposal of marriage, and is now looking forward to this Season being her last one as a single woman

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I struggled with An Invitation to Seduction by Lorraine Heath. You know it's not working for you when it takes you two weeks to listen to the story. Lets start with the positives. Her writing is still amazing and the narrator they had selected to read the part did an excellent job at reading. She did a marvelous job between switching between an English and Texan accent

Elegant Kitty Robertson is properly betrothed to a most eligible lord. Then another man becomes intent on her seduction. How can she possibly resist? Files: An Invitation to Seduction. pdf (. MB). Torrent downloaded from Darkbay. txt (. KB). Torrent downloaded from Demonoid. Feel free to leave one

Positively, Lorraine Heath is on my preferred author list. Kitty Robertson is an American heiress enjoying her tame, uncomplicated life. Her future is bright and harmless. Nicholas Glenville, the Marquess of Farthingham will be a good husband.

Written by Lorraine Heath, Audiobook narrated by Anne Flosnik. Your audiobook is waitin. n Invitation to Seduction. Daughters of Fortune, Book 4. By: Lorraine Heath. Narrated by: Anne Flosnik. Length: 10 hrs and 8 mins.

She's engaged to a suitable gentleman...but her heart belongs to a rogue
Reviews: 7
Kegal
Another great story as are all by Ms Heath. There is intrigue, suspense and allegations of murder. I had to go to re-read Never Love a Cowboy to remember that Kitty's mother Jessye had given her child up. Kitty Robertson has struggled with this knowledge; also she feared her passionate nature. She wanted to be like her adoptive mother, Madeline Robertson, poised and virtuous. Nicholas Glenville is all she wants in a husband, safe, funny and doesn't make her pulse soar. However she sees Richard the Duke of Weddington one morning as he comes out of the ocean like the God Poseidon. She thinks she loves Nicky but Richard has her fantasizing forbidden thoughts. The story has a lot of well thought out scenes with Kitty questioning her preconceived ideas of love. Unusual story line with a twist, did Richard murder Nicky to have Kitty? He made no secret that he wanted her that she belonged to him but did he resort to murdering his friend? Love it.

PS I would like to read other books by Ms Heath. However I refuse to pay $8.50 for a 100 page novella (pamphlet) as some of her titles demand. Not sure if the author or Amazon is setting these high prices. I gave up Bella Andre's and Elaine Levine's books due this and will look elsewhere for my "escape literature". Lots of good, well written books out there at reasonable cost.
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Ffyan
I struggled with An Invitation to Seduction by Lorraine Heath. Don't get me wrong, I love her writing and she's able to make impossible situations work. However, this one didn't work for me. You know it's not working for you when it takes you two weeks to listen to the story.

Lets start with the positives. Her writing is still amazing and the narrator they had selected to read the part did an excellent job at reading. She did a marvelous job between switching between an English and Texan accent. There were a couple of times that she didn't switch properly, but other than that a decent job.

Now my struggles. I struggled between Kitty, Richard, and Nicky, and their relationship. All them were pretty selfish in their own ways. We have Kitty who wanted to marry to feel safe, and she felt safe with Nicky. Truth be told, Nicky kind of regarded Kitty like sister, but she was a convenient person to marry. I had a problem with Kitty protesting she was in love with Nicky and try to force herself to believe it. At the same time she felt passion for Richard, but she was afraid of her passion which stems from her mother being a saloon girl. She has strong feelings for Richard, but willing to marry Nicky because he was safe. Think of England. Richard was selfish cause he wanted Kitty, because he thought she would make the perfect duchess. Basically, he pursued her when she was Nicky's girl. Richard had information that no one else had.

It wasn't bad, but it definitely wasn't my favorite. Kitty grated on my nerves and I just wanted to shake her and tell her it's okay to feel passion and safe choices aren't always the best choice. I did like how Richard was understanding during her time of need. He wasn't without flaws, but I did like him the most in the story. He was always trying to think of ways to keep Kitty comfortable. Like I said it wasn't my favorite, but it's not going to make me stop reading other Lorraine Heath books. I do love her books, just not this one. I know the next one will be more to my liken. Yes, this story has worked for others, just not me.
Hurus
I enjoyed this book very much. It is one of my favorites by Heath. The description on Amazon has the wrong character names which confused me a little at first. However, the book was good enough to interest me in the back story of Kitty and her mother Jessye.
Kajishakar
I did not find this in the same category as Heath's other books; poor plot and character development; highly recommend author tho
Cargahibe
As described
Thofyn
This book got my interest right from the beggining. I couldn't stop reading.... Kitty has a great personality but she is too stuborn. I fell in love with Nicky, he is so nice and trust worthy. Richard is this so attractive and good to Kitty.....
Silly Dog
Great story line...I found myself cheating and flipping ahead to see what was going to happen so I could get to bed.
I bought this book in July 2008 (I date them when I buy books) and this is my first time re-reading it after the initial read. Maybe that should have told me something. I am struggling to get through it and I am not even at the half-way point yet. I like Richard's character (though some of his rationalizations for his actions leave me scratching my head), and I don't dislike Farthingham too much (I despise his intention to wed a woman for her money and for an heir, and his later deception of staging his own death, but given his situation in that time period I can sympathize a little). What is putting me off most is Kitty - boy, she's grating on me! I can understand the struggle she is having with her nature vs. what she wants to be, but at this point her thoughts give off a whining vibe to me and I am kinda getting tired of her rudeness. Also, for all her protestations that she "loves Nicky", I can't help but come away with the feeling that she and her precious Nicky are just using each other for their own personal reasons - him for what I have mentioned above, and her to settle into a "safe" marriage.

All in all, I will finish it this time, but I think after that I will donate it to a second-hand bookshop.