The Rules of Seduction

The Rules of Seduction

eBook - 2006
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Dangerous. Sensual. Handsome as sin. Meet Hayden Rothwell, the shamelessly erotic hero of The Rules of Seduction and author Madeline Hunter's most irresistible alpha male yet: a man of extraordinary passion and power, a man who can bring out the seductress in any woman....

He enters her home without warning or invitation-a stranger of shadowy motives and commanding sensuality. Within hours, Alexia Welbourne is penniless, without any hope of marriage. Until Hayden Rothwell takes her to bed. When one impulsive act of passion forces Alexia to marry the very man who has ruined her, Hayden's seduction of Alexia is nearly complete. What Alexia doesn't know is that her irresistible new husband is driven by a secret purpose-and a debt of honor he will risk everything to repay. Alexia is the wild card. Reluctant to give up their nightly pleasures, Hayden must find a way to keep Alexia by his side...only to be utterly, thoroughly seduced by a woman who is now playing by her own rules.


From the Paperback edition.
Publisher: New York : Dell Publishing, 2006
ISBN: 9780553903119
055390311X

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nidofito
Aug 23, 2015

This is a story that you enjoy more once you've spent some time thinking over it. It is not flashy and things are not spelled out for you. You only get glimpses of your characters' pasts and even though their actions are stated clearly at the end, much time is spent resolving all the financial mess the Longworth family had left. At the end though, you can see how the plot of the story has siginificant substance. You also get to appreciate the honor in Haydon and Axelia's characters in shouldering the responsibilities that were not theirs to bear. The romance was kind of meh but I enjoyed the frankness and honesty of their relationship

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jocasey
Jun 23, 2014

This is one of my favorite Madeline Hunter books. And I believe Madeline Hunter is a "thinking" woman's romance writer. She puts a lot of thought into her plots and characters, and I really appreciate that about her writing.

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cjr2010
Feb 28, 2011

took me a while to get into the story line but second half was good.

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