• Title: Seduced
  • Author: Molly O'Keefe
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    Seduced A gritty and emotional historical western romance by RITA award winning and Bestselling author Molly O Keefe Melody Hurst s days as a Southern belle are over Now she s widowed and alone in the foothil
    A gritty and emotional historical western romance by RITA award winning and Bestselling author Molly O Keefe Melody Hurst s days as a Southern belle are over Now she s widowed and alone in the foothills of the Rockies, struggling to make a life in a dangerous world She s determined to secure a future by marrying but love is out of the question Cole Baywood has turnedA gritty and emotional historical western romance by RITA award winning and Bestselling author Molly O Keefe Melody Hurst s days as a Southern belle are over Now she s widowed and alone in the foothills of the Rockies, struggling to make a life in a dangerous world She s determined to secure a future by marrying but love is out of the question Cole Baywood has turned bounty hunter after serving in the horrors of the Civil War, but the ghosts of the men and women he s killed still haunt him He s drawn to the beautiful widow trying to seduce him, only the darkness in his soul forces him to reject her Is it possible that Melody s touch can heal the demons of his past And how can he convince a woman who has lost so much to risk her heart

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    1. Hate the heroine / love the heroineOk, in reality, she broke my heart. But in a good way, I think. I vacillate. What can I say?Setting / Time / Genre: Post Civil War Length: short to normalSeries: Yes. And I'm ready to read the next one, so that tells you something. Or, at least, it tells me something. Sexy times: Yes, but nothing freaky. Plan on reading more by the author:See aboveSynopsis: So we have Cole, bounty hunter who never really gets to bounty hunting, and Melody, the southern belle yo [...]

    2. This was a surprisingly good story. I read just one contemporary romance by the author and liked it but it didn’t prepare me for the emotional buildup of this tightly paced, gripping post-Civil War story. It’s not an epic post-war saga nor an action-packed Western. Instead, it’s an intimate story of survivors who must confront themselves with questions: Who were they before the war? Who are they now? What is their future? These are not the easy questions to answer for the war-wary protagon [...]

    3. The Civil War took everything from Melody and left her with a violent and abusive husband. Dragged across the country, she and her sister find themselves at a small homestead near Denver. Her husband is there for revenge, to kill the man he blames for the deserter's brand that mars his face. Cole arrives at his brother's plot only to find a bloodstain on the porch and two women acting suspiciously. He knows his brother is dead and will exact his measure of revenge on those who killed him. But Me [...]

    4. Lovely story. Quite angst. This took place a couple of years after the American Civil War. The heroine was a southern belle whose life had changed drastically after the loss of her parents, brother and fiancé. She married her fiancé's brother and he was basically a criminal. This story illustrates quite clearly how throughout most of history women needed men to survive. This heroine was doing the best she could to survive and protect her sister. She made realistic choices for that period in hi [...]

    5. 5 STARS!Wow, Seduced took me completely by surprise! Why haven't I read something by Molly O'Keefe before now? I loved how she began Cole and Melody's story under such an aura of post-civil war sadness and slowly shifted the feeling of the book to one of burgeoning happiness and love. It was such a pleasure to read.At the end of the American Civil War, Melody marries in an attempt to save her parents' plantation. Instead of a loving husband, she gets an abusive monster who sells it and drags Mel [...]

    6. Classic Molly O'Keefe. This book is emotionally intimate exploring the cost of moral ambiguity after the Civil War. With the country in ruins, people engage in behavior that they never would've dreamed of prior to the war. Those kind of choices change people. It changed both Melody and Cole, two strangers who meet under dubious circumstances at the homestead of Cole's brother, Steven. Both have erected walls around their hearts guarding them from really feeling the world after suffering so much [...]

    7. 4.5 stars. I adored this book. It's hard for me to say anything bad about it. I just couldn't quite give it 5 stars and I'm not really sure why. I may have to sleep on it. The biggest issue I had was that I wanted more! I typically shy away from short, novella types, but for the length, O'Keefe packed a punch! I was surprised how deep and emotional it was in such a short time. I guess I'm into post Civil War stories right now, and each one has been amazing. Cole, oh how I loved you. Seriously, o [...]

    8. I finished reading Molly O'Keefe's post-Civil War book, Seduced, this morning at 6:30am and I'm here to tell you that it is fucking fantastic. I haven't read a historical western in ages but this story *hooked* me. It's about two people slowly coming back to life after a long, dark time of violence and desperation and doing terrible things to survive, and the new challenge of having to make choices again after years of having none. It's gorgeous, it's gripping, and I can't wait for the sequel. H [...]

    9. I really enjoyed this story, and loved the fact that it was a "gritty, lawless" western, as opposed to cutesy small-town western (more prevalent in historical romance circles these days). A heroine ill-prepared for a life that doesn't involve outrageous flirtation and coy manipulation. A bounty hunter hero haunted by the war and entranced by the heroine who makes him forget, even if only for a little while, that not everything in the world is ugly and desperate. A solid B+ on my personal scale, [...]

    10. Ahhhhh, this is a really good Reconstruction Era historical, and it made me so happy to read a historical set in the US west. I love that it was pretty gritty--not Deadwood level gritty, but reasonably gritty nonetheless--and that the characters were all struggling with trauma in various forms. Molly O'Keefe writes very interesting men, and this one was no exception, and Melody was pretty unexpected as well.

    11. You can find this review in English below.¡Vaya historia bonita!Ha sido preciosa, muy dura a veces, el tiempo en el que se desarrolla fue duro, muy duro y la autora no se corta a la hora de complicar los sentimientos de los personajes, pero al final el mensaje es precioso, al final el ser humano es humano por encima de todo y al final la esperanza y el deseo de prosperar ganan la batalla.Me encanta este género y es tan difícil encontrar buenas historias que cuando te topas con una es un regal [...]

    12. There were parts I liked and parts I didn't, but I don't know how much of that had to do with the audiobook narrator. This is the first romance I've listened to with a male voice. In the beginning I was thinking the story and writing were weak, but was I just disliking the narrator? Because by the sex sceneholy cow that shit was HOT!

    13. This historical romance is set in post civil war and really gives a feel for the period. Melody is a heroin who is struggling with her choice between survival or human decency. She is flawed and makes bad choices but the author presented her dilemma in a compelling way and I could only root for Melody's HEA. The one thing I did not like (view spoiler)[Melody killed her abusive husband and did not seem to have any remorse. I understand she was so hardened by living through the war and seeing so m [...]

    14. WellI really liked this little book. I started it Friday morning, just thinking I would read the sample on my Kindle phone app while I had a few minutes to kill and the story dragged me in right away. I bought the book and finished reading it Friday night. Not too many books have sucked me in like that lately so I figured this deserved a five from me for that alone. Another reason it deserved a five was that I actually liked both MC, Melody and Cole, two emotionally damaged individuals just tryi [...]

    15. For such a short novel -- more of a novella, really -- this packs a surprising amount of emotional punch and depth of characterization. The hero and heroine (and their siblings, supporting characters in this story and the leads in book two in the series) have survived brutal circumstances during and after the Civil War. Their tentative steps toward regaining peace and happiness, and to accepting the people they've become after years of harsh circumstances, are moving.Believably gritty Western at [...]

    16. Wow. Up until this point, I've only read Molly O'Keefe's contemporary romances--which I loved. I was definitely open to reading a historical from her, though I wasn't sure what to expect. It's Molly O'Keefe, though, so it's got to be good, right?Good doesn't begin to describe it.It did take me a little bit to really get into the story (for one thing, she's not actually a widow for a good chunk of the novel, which threw me for a loop--that will teach me to read the blurb just before picking up a [...]

    17. Hmmmmm. I’ve read some really good Westerns so far this year so far, Outlaw Hearts and Do Not Forsake Me by Roseanne Bittner being the crème de la crème and while Seduced was ok, it didn’t even come close to the Bittner books for me. I didn’t really warm up to either Cole or Melody that much. I get that Melody was beaten and warn down by an abusive husband and thinks were much worse in those days, but I just didn’t really get her willingness to go along the her husband’s evil plans. [...]

    18. This is very much not my usual time period for historicals. But it worked for me. Holy smokes, it worked.Melody and Annie's determination in the face of their terrible circumstances felt very real. I teetered between wanting them to run to get as far away from everything they could and beating Melody's husband over the head with something blunt. The guy was awful. The things he forced Melody and Annie to do were awful. I wasn't sad to see him go.On the other hand, I liked Cole. He's tormented by [...]

    19. Seduced is the first book in Molly O' Keefe's newest series, Into The Wild. Set in the post civil war, we meet four people whose lives have been upturned by the ravages of war. Melody and Annie, Cole and Steven. They carry the scars of war, unable to move on with their lives when all that they know and all they have deemed safe and familiar are now gone. Seduced is a story of rebuilding, rediscovery and renewal. It is about the beginning of hope when everything else makes you believe otherwise. [...]

    20. I don't often do Civil War novels these days. I thinkCold Mountain was the last one I read (and loved). One can only take so much crushing of one's soul in a decade. But. ThisMolly O'Keefe historical qualifies as Reconstruction Era. Also—it is completely lovely. Such a sweet and unexpected find this year.

    21. Loved this story of damaged souls finding themselves--and each other--after the horrors they experienced in the Civil War. Molly O'Keefe brings her usual gut-wrenching insight to Melody, a former southern belle who doesn't know how to love, and Cole, a gentleman farmer turned soldier, then bounty hunter, who doesn't know how to find himself.

    22. Molly O'Keefe doesn't shy away from exploring the darker side of the War - of people haunted by their memories, of families ripped apart. How I wished Seduced was a full length novel, but the magic - of appreciating little joys and watching life grow once more - worked here too given the limited length.

    23. Absolutely breathtaking. Out of the ashes of war, two people find each other, and in confronting their fears, find themselves again as well.I loved this book, and can't wait for Annie's story.

    24. My Western romance and I loved it! Molly O'Keefe gives such depth and intensity to her stories regardless where she sets them <3

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