Review: Waltz of Seduction by Natasha Blackthorne

Waltz of Seduction by Natasha Blackthorne
Release Date: May 20, 2011
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Page Count: 38
Source: ebook provided by publisher for review

A painful personal experience makes Lord Lockhart believe that a gentleman doesn’t inflict his passionate desires on a wife. The marriage bed is for begetting heirs, not animal lust. No matter how much he desires his wife. But under Lady Lockhart’s shyness is a determination to tempt her handsome husband, to satisfy them both and spend every night together in her bed.

Innocent waltzing lessons in their chambers soon become indecent, and may lead the newlyweds to overcome their preconceptions and learn to be lovers, as well as man and wife.


Review: Here is a tale of two newlyweds who, rather than communicate their desires, wants and needs to each other, base their interactions on how they believe the other wishes to be treated. The sadness and frustrations Sara and Colin are feeling are very evident. Upon the advice of friends, Sara wears a new ball gown in a risqué color hoping to tempt her husband. Sure enough, when Colin sees the reaction from other men he realizes he needs to stake his claim publicly to keep them away. Colin informs Sara they will be waltzing together as a couple at her birthday ball. This leads to waltzing lessons in their chambers and so much more as they start to discover each other as a couple both intimately and emotionally.

This was a delightful story and I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a quick, passionate, erotic romance.

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