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  • Loved it

    Seduced by the Enemy is the first Alyssa J. Montgomery book I've read and I thought it was fabulous. Easy to read, likeable characters and just enough angst to keep the reader interested. Besides who wouldn't like a book with a hot Italian guy :)

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  • Family Secrets

    The story was written in third person omniscient and descriptive. The characters are described indirect. The conflict is the mix of internal and external as characters battle themselves, others and society. A couple of popular themes are love, death, power and corruption, prejudice, survival and individual versus society. Olivia Temple is our antagonist is all about against rich society types; especially when it comes to the Borghetti, though she is tough, dedicated and interesting in protecting her family. She is going through changes of balancing her needs and the needs of her family. Luca Borghetti is our protagonist who is willing to do whatever he needs to protect his niece. He is protecting her from illness to emotional trauma. He also goes through changes as he needs to learn that things are not always as they seem. Luca and Olivia are connected through their siblings and now share the reasonability of protecting their niece from any danger, even each other if it comes down to it. Luca comes to Australia after his niece Christiana develops leukemia and needs a transplant, which has caused him to reach out to her maternal family, but doesn’t know about the damage his brother and father has done to them. Olivia hoped to never come face to face with the family that destroyed her sister’s life. She is shocked when Luca shows up at her door demanding to speak with her. Now both Olivia and Luca need to discover the truth about their siblings while learning to discover who each of them is. The ideas are interesting and important while the flow is logical and is organized. The voice is individualized and unique, while the word choice is specific and the sentences are expressive. Yes, I would recommend this book. This book would be good for those who are against damsels in distress, family drama, dual love stories and family bonding. This would not be good for those who are against surrogacy contracts or arrangements, family drama or lies.

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