Seduction is Forever Review
by Jenna Petersen
Release Date: September 25, 2007
From their first encounter Emily Redgrave (Lady Allington) and Grant Ashbury (Lord Westfield), share an overwhelming attraction for each other which they unsuccessfully struggle to control. Both are spies and, without their knowledge, they assigned by their respective agencies, to follow and protect each other. Their mutual attraction and its consequences are the framework for Seduction Is Forever, a suspenseful novel of intrigue and murder in Regency England in 1814.
Emily, disguised as a lady of the night, goes to a disreputable club where she overhears a plan to assassinate the Prince Regent, George IV. Grant, also at the club, recognizes Emily and they discover what their real assignments are. Realizing the ploy is a test of their on-the-job fitness, they decide to form a partnership to work together to thwart the assassination plot. During the ensuing investigation they encounter unsavory people and dangerous places in London’s underworld.
Colorful and well defined characters abound in this swashbuckling tale. Dark nights, fog, mysterious carriages, misdirections, disguises, fights, injuries, and romantic interludes are interwoven to make this a fast and satisfying adventure story set in a bygone era of wars and royal conspiracies. This page turner is entertaining and recommended to any and all who like romantic novels, but especially to Regency romance readers.
Reviewed by Jennie Herold
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