A de Vincent Novel
The de Vincent brothers are back—and so is the intrigue that surrounds them—in New York Times bestselling author Jennifer L. Armentrout’s sizzling new novel . . .
Nicolette Bresson never thought she’d return to the de Vincents’ bayou compound. It’s where her parents work, where Nikki grew up . . . and where she got her heart broken by Gabriel de Vincent himself. Yet here she is, filling in for her sick mother. Avoiding Gabe should be easy, especially when so much of Nikki’s time is spent trying not to be stabbed in the back by the malicious hangers-on who frequent the mansion. But escaping memories of Gabe, much less his smoking-hot presence, is harder than expected—especially since he seems determined to be in Nikki’s space as much as possible.
Gabriel spent years beating himself up over his last encounter with Nikki. He’d wanted her then, but for reasons that were bad for both of them. Things have now changed. Gabe sees more than a girl he’s known forever; he sees a smart, talented, and heartbreakingly beautiful woman . . . one who’s being stalked from the shadows. Now, Gabe will do anything to keep Nikki safe—and to stop the de Vincent curse from striking again.
Moonlight Seduction, like Moonlight Sins, was intriguing. It started out a little slower with learning about Nikki and Gabe's history and all of the de Vincent drama, but it picked up as it went on. There was always a bit of mystery in the book that kept me curious as to what happened and therefore kept me interested. I liked Gabe from what I knew from Moonlight Sins, he seemed like the most level headed. That's still probably the case, but there's also a lot more to him that was unveiled. He has a lot going on his life and a lot more happens throughout the book. There definitely isn't a dull moment in the de Vincent household. Nikki is a sweet and caring girl, but she's also a tough cookie and won't put up with a lot. Once the book got going, it really got going! So much happened in a short period of time, it kept my head spinning. It was really interesting, yet emotional. I have no idea what to expect from Dev in Moonlight Scandals. I'm intrigued by him, but also nervous in a way because I don't know what to expect from him, and let's face it he's often a stone cold jerk. I'm hoping to see another side of him and I'm sure we will because JLA has never disappointed me =)
I hate Jennifer Armentrout....this woman’s writing completely takes over my ENTIRE life. The Moonlight series, like every other series of hers that I’ve read, paints such a vivid picture with fantastic character development that she takes a little sliver of my soul and locks it into every story. And then I feel bereft after I’ve closed the last book like I’m saying goodbye to friends. The traits of a fantastic writer.....she’s good, all I’m saying.