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Seduction
by Geneva Holliday

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In Geneva Holliday's latest novel of lust and revenge, "Seduction "works both ways."
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Mildred Johnson is the last woman on earth that gorgeous Tony Landry would dare to be seen with. That is, until Tony wants to pull a scam on the company where she works.  Read more...


 
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Overview

In Geneva Holliday's latest novel of lust and revenge, "Seduction "works both ways."
"
Mildred Johnson is the last woman on earth that gorgeous Tony Landry would dare to be seen with. That is, until Tony wants to pull a scam on the company where she works. In order to keep Mildred signing phony documents, Tony gives Mildred a taste of romance and keeps raising the stakes until he's eventually forced to propose. But when the big day arrives he skips town with the money he's stolen.
Heartbroken, Mildred takes a trip to Barbados where her "vacation" turns out to be a boot-camp style weight loss clinic Soon she discovers a goddess that had been hiding beneath her homely exterior. And when she runs into Tony on the island, he doesn't even recognize the sexy fox standing before him. Little does he know that this fox has a plan for revenge that will leave him whimpering with his tail between his legs for a good, long time.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780767927468
  • ISBN-10: 076792746X
  • Publisher: Broadway Books
  • Publish Date: June 2008
  • Page Count: 308


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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page 37.
  • Review Date: 2008-04-14
  • Reviewer: Staff

Berenice McFadden’s latest erotic melodrama written as Holliday (following Heat) opens on Tony Landry’s taking a woman named Valerie back to his borrowed pad, with his lies coming on quicker than her sighs of pleasure. The novel’s focus, however, is ugly duckling Mildred Johnson, a lonely investment banking secretary living in a tiny Crown Heights, Brooklyn, studio. When handsome Tony, $60,000 in debt and looking for a big score, joins the company, she secretly falls for him; when he starts paying attention to her, she can scarcely believe her luck. Holliday, meanwhile, playfully lets readers in on Tony’s money laundering scam that depends on his seduction of Mildred, who is a caricature of innocence and suppressed longing. When she catches on, the novel morphs into a makeover-revenge fantasy, one that Holliday writes with barely suppressed glee. The more wild and outlandish things get, the more readers will smile. (June)

 
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