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I heard about Loretta Chase’s Silk Is For Seduction via Mrs Giggles’ blog. Her review made me curious to read it, as she actually gave it 100 out of 100, which is a bit of a rarity for her.

Now my tastes don’t usually gel with Mrs G’s, but I figured that since I have enjoyed Loretta Chase’s books in the past I’d give it a go. Good job I did too.

Here’s the blurb from Ms Chase’s website:

Brilliant and ambitious dressmaker Marcelline Noirot is London’s rising star. And who better to benefit from her talent than the worst-dressed lady in London; the Duke of Clevedon’s intended bride? Winning the future duchess’s patronage means prestige and fortune for Marcelline and her family. To get to the lady, though, Marcelline must win over Clevedon, whose standards are as high as his morals are…not.

The prize seems well worth the risk. This time, though, Marcelline’s met her match. Clevedon can design a seduction as irresistible as her dresses; and what begins as a flicker of desire between two of the most passionately stubborn charmers in London soon ignites into a delicious inferno . . .and a blazing scandal.

And now both their futures hang by a thread of silkā€¦

The book starts with a prologue telling the tale of how Marcelline Noirot’s scandalously corrupt and amoral parents first met, and I was pretty much hooked from this point.

What I Liked About Silk Is For Seduction


Look What The Postman Brought Me…

Saturday, July 30, 2011
Posted in: Amazon Kindle

Isn’t it pretty!

And the first book I purchased on my Kindle is…..

Captives of The Night by Loretta Chase. Shweeeet!