Friday, July 14, 2017

Book Review : To Seduce A Lady's Heart by Ingrid Hahn

To Seduce a Lady’s Heart

by Ingrid Hahn
The Landon Sisters, #3
Publication Date: July 10, 2017
Genres: Adult, Entangled: Scandalous, Historical, Romance, Standalone



Lord Jeremy Landon, Earl of Bennington, spent the last ten years rebuilding the ruined earldom he inherited from his scandal-ridden uncle. He has one final debt to repay. In lieu of money, though, he is manipulated into marrying a spinster…
Lady Eliza Burke is tired of living under the rule of a tyrannical mother. She’ll do anything to escape, even marry a man she doesn’t know—and a man her mother despises. Eliza doesn’t believe herself destined for love. Lord Bennington doesn’t believe he’s destined for happiness. Both are about to be tested by a scandal that could tear them apart forever.


Quite a good read from a new-to-me author!I wasn't really in the mood for a HR book and definitely not one that was the third book in a series from a completely new author.But, something urged me to read this book and I just did, and it was definitely enjoyable!

 Both Jeremy and Eliza were great main characters!They did test my patience at times, but it was worth it!Jeremy just wanted to right the past wrongs.And though he's all tough on the outside, he's such a softie inside.Eliza is strong,determined and stubborn.She's ready to give up her freedom to ensure her cousin's happiness.Its not like she's had a great past with a controlling mother.She has a few secrets to hide too.But will she trust Jeremy with them?

This was a wonderful book that can be easily read as a standalone.And now after reading this, I definitely want to find out more about this series and read all the books!Can't wait to read more from this author!


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He braced himself. He’d worked too hard for too long to allow another scandal to harm the family. Unwittingly, he’d found himself in the middle of one. Marriage by deceit. That he could never forgive.
“I’m not Lady Rushworth’s ward.”
“No?” He didn’t feign surprise.
Jeremy scowled, finally able to voice the question plaguing him since his conversation with young Hart. “Then who are you?”
It was a devil of a thing to have to ask one’s own wife. But he sincerely didn’t know.
“I’m her daughter.”


Ingrid Hahn is a failed administrative assistant with a B.A. in Art History. Her love of reading has turned her mortgage payment into a book storage fee, which makes her the friend who you never want to ask you for help moving. Though originally from Seattle, she now lives in the metropolitan DC area with her ship-nerd husband, small son, and four opinionated cats. When she’s not reading or writing, she loves knitting, theater, nature walks, travel, history, and is a hopelessly devoted fan of Jane Austen. Please connect with her on social media!



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