Review: Seducing Her Beast by Sam Crescent

Seducing Her Beast by Sam Crescent
Series: Unlikely Love (# 4)
Release Date: November 25, 2012
Publisher:  Evernight Publishing
Pages: 89
Source:  book provided by the publisher for review
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Wayne and Lily Brown have been married for twelve years. However, their marriage didn’t start out in the most conventional of ways. Wayne feels the weight of what he did to Lily all those years ago, so he tries to set her free.

Lily is devastated when she realizes what Wayne is trying to do. She doesn’t know how to show him that she loves her life. When she is convinced to go on a date with another man, she’s hesitant.

When Wayne see his wife with someone else, he knows he has to do everything he can to win her back. But Lily is intent on showing her Beast, how good life can be if he learns to slow down and to let her inside his heart.

This Christmas, Wayne Brown is going to learn what it means to have a family and a woman to love.

 

Review: Seducing Her Beast is the fourth book in the Unlikely Love series by Sam Crescent. I have read several books by Sam Crescent and I have never been disappointed so when I can across this book I could not wait to read it.

This book revisits the characters Lily and Wayne from the first book in the series Blackmailed by the Beast. I really liked that this book can be read as a standalone. While I have not read the first book in the series I was not lost or confused in this book in the least.

This book takes place twelve years after the first book in the series. It seems in this book Wayne now regrets how he went about winning Lily’s heart.

The sex scenes were hot and spicy. The chemistry between Wayne and Lily is off the charts. It is apparent that both Wayne and Lily love each over, but it seems that Wayne want to ignore that to do what he has decreed is right.

I loved that in the end Wayne is trying to atone for his sins. He want really to make peace with his past and create a future with the woman that he loves.

I really enjoyed reading this story. This book was only 89 pages and normally I would say I wish it was longer but here any longer and it would have watered down the overall story. That would have lessened the impact of the story. Now I have a series to catch up on. I hope I get to see more from these characters in the future.

 

Melissa sig