Susanna Craig: To Seduce a Stranger



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Agreed with the points that were made but some may think of the book as a very sophisticated SJW rantI loved the characters Edward Charlotte Mari Jack They seemed very personable and down to earth They were relatable too at least as far as their personalities and emotional plights I LOVED that Charlotte giggles when she s nervous or uncomfortable I do that too I don t have a whole lot to say No list of nitpicks for once I just bought the first two books n the series I m curious to see Hands of Flame (Negotiator Trilogy/Old Races Universe if I like them as much But be assured this would read just fine as a standalone I m just personally not ready to be done with that world or those charactersnoapologybookreviewscomkeeneyeeditingcom I am voluntarily leaving a review for an eARC that was provided to me by NetGalley and the publisherCharlottes having a bad day her husband has passed and left her a fortune but her vile stepson has made Speechless it his mission to taket from her Desperate to get away she trades places with her maid and ends up stranded at an Sinister Sprinkles (Donut Shop Mystery, inn with no moneyEdward Careys on his way home after 22 years Earthly Delights (Corinna Chapman, in Antigua He doesn t know what he will find upon his return and decides to keep hisdentity a secret for now When he stops at the Stranded With The Tempting Stranger inn the last thing he expects to dos rescue a damsel The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde Eddie Chase, in distress and find himself with a wife Its clear to Edward that Charlotte has secrets but so does he and when he offers to take her with him she acceptsWhen they arrive at his home he s n for than one surprise Ravenwood Mindhunter is not how Edward rememberedt t s deserted and Sweet Stallion in disrepair No one from his youths there any longer and he learns heartbreaking news He The County And The Kingdom introduces Charlotte as his wife ands then shocked to find that Mari from Antigua has followed him He decides to stay for a few days and get the lay of the land before setting out to London to confront his demons Charlotte and Edward continue the charade of being married but they both know that Summer Heat! it will have to end they share an mutual attraction but neither of them has been honest with the other and know when their secrets are revealed that they will not be togetherWhen anmpostor comes to Ravenwood and the truth about Charlotte Crushed Ice is revealed she runs Edwards shocked to learn the truth about Charlotte and has to wonder f she used him but he knows that he can t just let her walk away so he follows her to LondonOnce n London he happens upon St John Sutliffe Viscount Fairfax whom he knew as Mr Fairfax Risking It All in Antigua Hes shocked to learn that St John Dog Food 2 is the son of a maruis and was married He confesses his secrets to St John and te. Nd herself stranded on the way to LondonMore than twenty yearsn the West Indies have hardened Edward Cary but not enough to abandon a helpless woman at a roadside Santa In Montana (Calder Saga inn especially one as disarmingly beautiful as Charlotte He takes her with him to the Gloucestershire estate hes determined to restore though he s suspicious of every word that falls from her distractingly lush lipsAs far as Charlotte knows Edw.

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Having read Susanna Craig s previous Runaway Desires books although that sn t necessary to enjoy this book I confess I have a thing for Edward He s responsible but sexy a little heartbroken and somewhat of a mystery He s the guy you have the secret crush on and hope will notice you So I was excited to finally get to read his story Well I cannot begrudge him Charlotte Thes I would like to thank Susanna Craig Kensington Books Lyrical Press and NetGalley for allowing me to read an ARC Emmas Orphans in exchange for an honest reviewCharlotte Blake Dowager Duchess of Langertons grieving the loss of not only her recently past husband but the loss of the only person who d ever cared about her Her stepson Saints on Stage is concerned with gaining the assets the late duke had left to his much much younger wife He warns Charlotte he ll do anything to get his entire rightfulnheritance a threat she didn t take seriously until she spotted the men he d hired to stalk her She manages to slip away unnoticedbut a small mistake leaves her stranded at a roadside Fading Echoes (Warriors: Omen of the Stars, inn pennilessEdward Cary the long lost heir of the Earl of Beckley has finally returned home and nothings as he childhood happy hours imagined First of all he hadn tmagined nviting a woman with secrets n her dark eyes to travel with him He also hadn t Publish and Perish imagined no one would be there to welcome him home There s a mystery to unravel but pressingly there s a field to sow He s got his work cut out for him and he can t afford to be distracted by the beautiful enigma thats his companion But distracted he Given Time isI was suckedn The Book of Lamentations immediately The writing was thoroughly descriptive without smothering the reader with unnecessary detail It was the little things gestures and thoughts that made a scene not just take form but come to life with meaning that lent layers of depth to the story Things like the greedy step son rearranging thetems on his late father s desk possessively the grooms exchanging a commiserating glance upon learning of last minute travel plans the cat pretending to Guide Through the Old Testament ignore a new toy though the tip of his tail flicked The book was written with anntelligence that kept me from finding any flaws The Best-Case Scenario Handbook in logic but that didn t try too hard to sound serioust never forgot The Last Days of the Romanovs it was a romanceSome might consider a good portion of the plot elements to be overused tropes but then what romance doesn t have at least one If nothing else Craig gave them a fresh take and blended them togethernto a seamless narrative Or at least that s what I thinkThere s a heavy freedom theme threaded throughout the work I didn t have a problem with The Fate of the Romanovs it because Desire waylays the plans of a man with a mysterious past and a woman with an uncertain futuren Susanna Craig’s unforgettable series set n Georgian EnglandAfter her much older husband dies leaving her his fortune Charlotte Blake finds herself at the mercy of her stepson who vows to contest the will and destroy her life With nowhere to turn and no one to help her she embarks on an elaborate ruse only to fi.

Lls him he s searching for Charlotte St John knows her stepson and offers to helpWhen Charlotte and Edward are finally reunited t s very sweet and there are surprises Home-Ec 101 in store for CharlotteThis book was very good I really enjoyed the story and becamenvested Exterminating Angel in the characters Whilet Culture and Customs of Norway is part of a seriest could easily be read as a stand alone title without any problems I would happily recommend this book To Seduce a Stranger has one of my favorite tropes The Billionaires Secretive Enchantress (The Berutelli Escape, in Historical Romance the fake marriage I specifically look for plot lines thatncorporate this Shake, Rattle and Roll into themThe premises pretty simple Edward has been away from his family home for a very long time and has finally decided to return to claim his A Private Midnight inheritance and eventually confront the father he hated when he was a child Charlotte on the other hands recently widowed and needing to hide from her stepson for a while until the finances can be worked out He has vowed that he will see her The Weavers Idea Book inherit nothing from the very short marriageWhen Charlotte tries to escape her stepson s prying eyes she runsnto an The Mission of Mooney Rooney incognito Edward and remarkably they fallnto claiming to be married so none would suspect either of what they are really doing Neither thinks the other The Road to There is being extremely truthful and so each tries slowly to draw the other out and discover their secretsThis read a little slow for me The beginning outlining why Edward ran off was a good start but then It seemed that the book took a long time to get wheret was going I liked Charlotte well enough she Templars in America is a likeable character and I felt bad that she up until this pointn her life had a pretty unloved life The only man who was ever kind to her did her a favor Used (Getting Inside of V, in one sense but then cursed hern another I did like Charlotte s backstory once we got to Inside a Barn in the Country it There were a few surprises along the way but nothing that really grabbed me I maybe just wanted a little chemistry between Edward and Charlotte or fun banter Theres a little but not uite what I m used to The Simple Guide to Freshwater Aquariums in the Historical Romances I ve readn the pastThere were some references and appearances by other characters that perhaps Athena if I d read the first two booksn this series I might have picked up on or cared about For Tales from the Toolbox instance the references to Tempest and the ship captain she ends up withn the second book seemed like t might be for me I might just give one of the other books n this series a tryOverall The characters were a little Meh for my taste but t could have just been this story I wasn t really nto But I ll probably give another book Det ordnar sig in this series a tryn the future. Ard The Admiral is nothing than a steward and there’s no reason to reveal his noble birth until he can right his father’s wrongs Acting as husband and wife will keep peoplen the village from asking uestions that neither Charlotte nor Edward are willing to answer But the game they’re each determined to play has rules that beg to broken when the passion between them threatens to uncover the truth for better or wors.

Almost as soon as she could hold a pencil Susanna Craig began writing stories Today she pens award winning Regency era romance novels that blend history and heart with a dash of heat An English professor wife and mom she’s currently finding her happily ever after in Kentucky while holding onto her Midwestern roots Find her online at