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The Seduction Hypothesis (2013)

by Delphine Dryden(Favorite Author)
3.61 of 5 Votes: 2
Carina Press
The Science of Temptation
review 1: Not nearly as good as the first book. Lindsey and Ben seemed like a mismatched couple. What I did like about the story was that Lindsey and Ben were brand new to the BDSM lifestyle and as such, they didn't follow through with the textbook version of how that lifestyle is "supposed" to be. I liked that. Ben had to do research, suffer embarrassment buying the tools of the trade and even muddled through his first experience. I also loved revisiting Ivan and Cami. Glad to see that they are doing well. I missed them after the first book so I was glad to read a bit more about them.
review 2: It was nice "seeing" Cami & Ivan again but this is their friends story. Ben & Lindsey we met in book #1 at the BBQ. Lindsey was the girl Ivan practiced focusing on & got to admit
... more she didn't have fun on her trip. Anyway, here the group is going to a convention & it's a little uncomfortable because Linsey & Ben broke up after buying tickets...not to mention Ben is regretting breaking up, for no reason, & misses Lindsey. While at the convention Lindsey admits to herself that she thinks she might being leaning toward "kinky" stuff & Ben is surprised...This is a fun story of two people discovering what makes them happy & what doesn't. less
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fun and sexy with just the emotional twists that make a good erotica novel perfectly romantic.
Nice... and probably what made it better was getting glimpses of Cami and Ivan
3.5 stars
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