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Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book. Preview — Slow Seduction by Cecilia Tan. Unforgettable passion. Two months have passed since Karina's painful departure from James, the mysterious lover who awakened her darkest desires, and she'll do anything-anything-to locate him and win him back.
Her search takes her to London, where she finds herself immersed in the world of fine art and forbidden pleasures. And soon, Karina meets another slow seduction man w Unforgettable passion. And soon, Karina meets another enigmatic man who promises to help her find James.
Unexpected pleasure. Damon George is rich, gorgeous, and a member of a secret society that caters to the sensual thrills of the wealthy and powerful. Though Karina insists her heart will always belong to James, Damon is determined to have her, body and soul.
By the time she finds James, Karina has been "trained" to please another.
Will James reject her again. Get A Copy. Kindle Editions. More Details Original Title. Struck by Lightning 2. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please up. To ask other readers questions about Slow Seductionplease up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Slow Seduction Struck by Lightning, 2. Jan 26, Amy rated it did not like it. me, will you, in emitting a heavy sigh for slow seduction another erotica trilogy. Is there a law somewhere - a regulation - that all erotica must come in threes?
Apparently not. Oh, what E. James hath wrought. And, no, Cecilia Tan, that is not a compliment. So here we have the second book of the threesome. I didn't read the first one, and while having done so would have helped understand one of the major plot me, will you, in emitting a heavy sigh for yet slow seduction erotica trilogy. I didn't read the first one, and while having done so would have helped understand one of the major plot points, I have a feeling that said major plot point would still be a mystery. Following the predictable course of erotica, we have Karina, in the last year of her graduate studies yes, she's another young onegetting over the broken heart left her by James yes, he's another older, richer onewho apparently did not like that Karina "broke through his walls" and "saw the real him" and "forced him to realize that he can love.
Yes, it absolutely does. So Karina he to London to work at an art gallery, but more importantly to try and track down James. And apparently also an artist. Damon George, another purveyor of spanky panky, wants to take Karina under his black leather belt, so to speak, and help her understand the Mind of the Dominant in hopes that she can get James back. One thing le to a spanking le to another thing, and Karina's plan works. Sort of. I mean, it can't work too well, because a third book must slow seduction written. We know nothing about James, and that's what I wonder about the first book.
Is he in it more? Do we know him? Or is he still a mystery? Yet again, we have the dull heroine. Oh, she's supposed to be high spirited, but she isn't. She's a sniveling, whiney, woe-is-me-I-miss-James-I-love-James-my-heart-cannot-go-on-without-James kind of character. Now, Damon is a bit more interesting, but even then, we've read him before.
Nothing about him or Karina, or James, for that matter, stands out.
Which brings us to the sex scenes. Again, nothing new here. They're hot, but since Karina has a "no penetration allowed" clause, you might suffer from blue, er, ovaries for most of the book. I don't think you will need to strap on your vibrator for this one. Give it a pass and read Blindfolded Innocence instead, slow seduction at least has an interesting heroine AND super hot headboard rockin'.
View all 6 comments. I was given a copy of this book by NetGalley and the publisher for an honest review. I am so disappointed. I really enjoyed the first book and thought Karina and James were great characters.
I didn't like either one of them in this book, at all. The elusive James is gone and Karina would do anything to find him and get him back, including turning her self over to Damon, a dom in need of an attitude adjustment. Nothing about the plot drew me in, save the appearance of James. I liked him in the fir I was given a copy of this book by NetGalley and the publisher for an honest review.
I liked him in the first book, but in this one- wow, I wasn't expecting it, but I just I can't say too much because it'll give away the end. It was disappointing to say the least and I'll only be reading the third book to find out how it's resolved. View 1 comment. I'm not even rating this book. SLOW is right. The only reason I finished it is because I need to do a review. I had zero interest in the MC's kinks and foray into submissive-Ville.
I wanted her to find James and by the time she did, I was slow seduction bored. James is no longer compelling to me. I'm really not reading the next book. Just tell me what happens. Jul 09, Betsy rated it it was ok Shelves: romanceeroticabdsmrockers. This is a review of all three books, so there is info in here about the slow seduction two, if you haven't read them be careful. As a whole work I'm very slow seduction how to rate these books. I feel like the first book was maybe a 3. Then there is the fact that the first book feels like almost a completely different story than the next two, though one does not work without the other two which makes it confusing.
The second two books are This is a review of all three books, so there is info in here about the other two, if you haven't read them be careful. The second two books are very, very short, more like novellas which was aggravating since they are the same price.
Slow Surrender is more like novel length, but it feels like the author just didn't feel like giving the reader the ending because she wanted it to be a trilogy. The trouble then is that the ending isn't provided for the reader until Slow Seduction, but there is a lot that really isn't needed in those last two books and so I feel like the whole thing could just be condensed into one volume and share the reader a lot of trouble and reduce the amount of skimming.
Slow Surrender grabbed my attention because of the very mysterious James who is introduced right away as he asks Karina a question when she waitressing. Slow seduction immediately begin playing a "game" of seduction. Karina doesn't know the rules, and neither does the reader. That works well and draws the reader into the story. The reader remains in the dark about who James is and his intentions with Karina throughout the entire book.
That mystery provides thrilling aspect that makes you want to keep reading. There are definitely obvious clues as to James' true identity, but it is still fun to read about Karina and James' encounters because for the whole first volume it feels like they are virtual strangers becoming more and more intimate without their relationship progressing in any "normal" way. However, James' true identity was a bit of a deal-breaker, really a jump-the-shark moment for me because it just seemed utterly ridiculous.
I mean that literally, he is this ridiculously well-known rock star known for his rock operas, of course! Now, I don't have any problem with the idea of hidden identities or rock stars. In fact, I like both tropes in my romance, but this whole scenario seemed a bit over the top. And I'll slow seduction you why: James is initially presented to the reader as a sort of refined business man type. He's constantly in and out of meetings, and going various places with his driver in his limo, talking on his phone and he's always very, very busy.
Classic, billionaire romance hero stuff, you know. THEN we find out that James is also a gifted artist not just a rich guy who asks random waitresses to stick marbles in their panties. In fact, it turns out that his glassworks are re-known in the art community and he has displayed his work at various art shows, also keeping his true artist identity a secret. Finally, we also find out that he is a gifted modern dancer, and performs on stage when in his rock-star persona with other dancers. Karina of course thinks this is so HAWT.
I do not.Slow seduction
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