To Seduce A Rogue by Tracy Sumner

This is a dramatic, romantic, amusing and intriguing story. Charlie a is stubborn, passionate, cheeky, smart and vulnerable hoyden who has worked at the paper her father was editor for for several years. Adam is the new determined, tough, protective, unemotional and broken editor the owner hired temporarily. When he first shows up, she's not interested in working with him, but she finally gives in and does. There's something drawing them together, but Adam is adamant that nothing will happen. Except, she is driving him crazy, and he is driving himself even crazier with want. They become friends, and more. She probably understands him better then he does, which scares him silly. They go back and forth between playing with fire and avoiding each other, while issues with the paper, it's owner and the town constantly interference. It's a little slow at times, but it's a great story.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Hidden Gems. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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