Kev Merripen has longed for the beautiful, well-bred Winnifred Hathaway ever since her family rescued him from the brink of death when he was just a boy. But this handsome Gypsy is a man of mysterious origins—and he fears that the darkness of his past could crush delicate, luminous Win. So Kev refuses to submit to temptation…and before long Win is torn from him by a devastating twist of fate.
Then, Win returns to England…only to find that Kev has hardened into a man who will deny love at all costs. Meantime, an attractive, seductive suitor has set his sights on Win. It's now or never for Kev to make his move. But first, he must confront a dangerous secret about his destiny—or risk losing the only woman he has lived for…in Seduce Me at Sunrise, the second book in the Hathaways series by beloved author Lisa Kleypas.
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A jJewel of a Book
I almost did not read this book as I read the review of Jamaicagirl 2015! What a disaster that would have been. I don't think she read the same book as I did or else slept most of the way through it. Ignore her comments and just delve into this wonderful romantic book with wonderful characters whom you will feel empathy for and care about , and a plot that weaves a fascinating story. Romantics just read this entire story! You will not regret it!Read the entire series.
Best out of all of them! best story, best character list, best drama, best romance!
Trite and predictable
I forced myself to finish reading reading this book since I paid $8 for it, but would have walked away after the first two chapters otherwise. Let's see, we have a handsome rich Doctor Who wants to marry the heroin but not consummate the marriage because he is insane, we have a hero who was found beaten up in the streets as a child and taken in but when he finds out he is heir to A vast estate and an exorbitant amount of money he doesn't want it and would rather be a servant, we have the ugly governess who predictably falls in love with the Lord of the house. Overall, not believable, too much padding in the story and it did not have me rooting for any particular character.