Sin's Seduction

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 13 Jul 2019

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Loved this book. Great characters, easy read, uplifting, funny, romantic and charming. A really nice story that is the perfect sumer read.
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Sin's Seduction by Jennifer Kittredge is book One in The Seduction Series.  This is the story of Sebastian and Gianna 'Gia'. 
Sebastian is a owner of a BDSM club which has build him to be rich and  powerful, along with fill his need for the non commitment he lives for.  Gia is a young innocent women who trying to build her life back after some loss and went to her Aunt for the comfort to do so.  When Gia is invited to a masquerade ball at Sebastian’s club sparks fly but she knows that he isn't a person that settles for one person at least not for long.  Sebastian is so taken with Gia that it consumes him but just when they start to find a happy middle it is stripped away.  
Can't wait for the next installment into their story~!!
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Great book in this genre 
This is the first book in the Sins Seduction series and beware it is not a stand alone book it is more like an episode but believe me you will be hooked and crave for more
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I really enjoyed the sultry and suspense of this book. At first I had a tough time getting into the book but once I got to the part about Sebastian, I was interested. Sexy, club owner Sebastian fantasising over Gia who has only been with one man who is a cheating jerk! Gia is sweet and Sebastian is getting Gia to live a little on the wild side, live out of her comfort zone.
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Woooow. Ok. First I didn't expect to like it as much as I did because it is written in first person (ex, "I went to the store. I blah blah) which usually I don't like. HOWEVER. This book had me hooked. It was steamy, it was action packed, it had drama, friendship, blossoming romance. What more do I need? I'll tell you what more, it's party two. I need that. What a cliffhanger ending! I think you will enjoy this book but it is erotic so if you're not into heavy sex scenes, it's not for you. But I am not mad at a little frisky business! Love Gia and Bastian together!
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Sin's Seduction is a great steamy erotica novel with romance and suspense mixed in. Gianna had her heart broken in California and fled to Florida to mend her heart. Sebastian is the owner of an exclusive underground sex club. When they meet, the chemistry between them is intense and sultry. As they get to know and explore each other, danger lurks in the shadows. Will Gianna and Sebastian learn to trust each other or will they rip each other's hearts out? You will have to read to find out. 

Sin's Seduction is fast paced with wonderful characters. The story line kept me captivated, and the sex scenes were intense. I do have to warn you that there might be some triggers in this book, and it does end on a major cliffhanger! Thank you Netgalley and Ms. Kittredge for introducing me to a wonderful new series. I look forward to finding out what happens next. I received a free e-book via Netgalley, and this was my honest opinion.
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This ARC was courtesy of netgalley - all thoughts and opinions are mine and unbiased

I loved this - a great, pacey read 

Well written, rounded characters - I really cared what happened to them

A fantastic holiday read
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I’d give this a 10 star rating.......absolutely loved it and am going to read book Sebastian and Gia......can’t wait to see what happens next
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This was a good, fast paced story, there was something happening on every page. 

I thought that the characters were really developed and their interaction was great. The author had an excellent writing style that was really suited to this genre and they brought the story to life.

It is 5 stars from me for this story, I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish – very highly recommended and only downside is that I am gutted that I have to wait for book 2 now for the story to continue!
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I did enjoy this story, it kept you on edge and wanting to know more! 

Sebastian is the owner of a BDSM club, he loves his job and lives to make money!  He uses willing women for his sexual needs, but never allows them to get close.

Gianna is a young shy catholic girl who looses everything and runs back to the comfort of her Auntie’s arms!

On New Years Eve she is invited to a masquerade ball at Sebastian’s club, reluctantly she goes and sparks fly between the two of them.  Sebastian is shocked at his protectiveness towards Gianna, and wants more from her, but she doesn’t want to get emotionally attached to be cast aside when he is finished playing with her.

Things go well for the two, but she knows that it will never last and he doesn’t really know what he wants!  Darkness meet light, and with that comes risks from people that he has upset and offended.  Sadly, it is Gianna who ends up being kidnapped, and what Sebastian and his team finds when he finally locates her is shocking.

This is where this part of the story ends, and you need book two to see what happens next!
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Thank you Netgalley and BooksGoSocial for the online copy. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

It turns out to be much better than I thought. The chemistry between Sebastian and Gianna was off the roof! The attraction between them was almost instantaneous and even though I don't usually enjoy a story with Iinsta-attraction, them I like. Maybe considering the location of where they were at when they first met, it made it convincing. 

But why did it have to end with a cliffhanger?!
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A great steamy read, full of chemistry. This book doesn’t meander , it just goes straight into the story and what an impact. A great read full of chemistry I’m looking forward to the next in the series. My first read by Jennifer Kittredge but won’t be my last.

Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for a free copy for an honest opinion
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