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Contemporary
Sweet Seduction
By Claudia McRay
Feb 1, 2006 - 1:40:00 PM

Tess Newman sits in an upscale restaurant waiting for her husband who seems to either have forgotten her or found a better offer.  She’s watching the door.  She sees a man, but not the one she’s there to meet.


The very handsome man looks around the restaurant.  He sees her sitting alone and walks toward her table.

 

Tess isn’t interested in the man or the conversation he tries to start.  It’s none of his business that she’s alone and that her husband may not be coming after all.

 

The man finds her extremely sensual and wants to get to know her better.  He’s in luck.  She finally gives in and invites him to sit with her.

 

Their conversation becomes personal.  She tells him her secrets and the things that are wrong with her life and her marriage.  He asks her questions and she reveals that she does, indeed, still love her husband and wants to make a go of their failing marriage.  He, in turn, tells her a similar story about his life and his relationship with his wife.

 

Drinks are plentiful and neither is feeling too much pain when the meal is over.  When he asks if she’s staying in the hotel for the night, she says yes.

 

SWEET SEDUCTION takes a big turn at this point and becomes very sensual and romantic.  Is this a one-night affair or will it turn into a budding relationship?  And what about their respective spouses?

 

Deb Curwen has written a fast-paced and very intriguing story about love lost and love gained in a most unusual way.  If sensually hot romance is what you seek, look no further.  The story is short but packed with emotion from the first paragraph and doesn’t let up.



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