After the Abduction

New York Times Bestseller AFTER THE ABDUCTION by Sabrina Jeffries is for “anyone who loves romance” says Lisa Kleypas.  “Her wit and passion will enthrall you.”  says Christina Dodd.

Romance novels are one of the best-selling genres and I am doing some research by reading some racy ones.  Might be a romance novel in my future.

AFTER THE ABDUCTION by Sabrina Jeffries… After two London seasons — and a score of resoundingly dull society suitors — Juliet Laverick finds herself longing for one man:  Morgan Pryce, the dashing scoundrel who kidnapped her two years ago.  But her determination to bring the rogue to justice hasn’t waned — until Morgan’s twin brother, Sebastian, arrives with some shocking news:  Juliet’s mysterious paramour has disappeared.

Sebastian, Lord Templemore, dares not tell Juliet the truth:  he is the man she seeks — it is his kiss she yearns for.  Confessing to the abduction would bring devastating scandal upon them both.  But how can he persuade her to forsake her dedicated pursuit of her dream lover, when all he dreams of is holding her in his arms again?

Actually, this is well written, and although it is not great literature, it is a good story.  Do you like romance novels?

Author information:  At the tender age of twelve, Sabrina Jeffries decided she wanted to be a romance writer.  It took her eighteen more years and a boring stint in graduate school before she sold her first book, but now her sexy and humorous historical romances routinely land on the bestseller lists and have won several awards.  She lives in South Carolina with her husband and son, where she writes full-time and is working on her next novel.  For more go to www.sabrinajeffries.com

Avon paperback, 2002… 374 pages.

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Retired educator interested in living life fully. Will write about aging wisely, good reads, food, travel, dance reviews, and other items as they interest me.
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