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In Moonlight Seduction we meet Gabe and Nikki. They haven’t seen or spoken to each other since one regretful night 4 years ago. Let’s find out if their romantic feelings disappeared over time or grew stronger.
MOONLIGHT SEDUCTION by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Publication Date: June 26, 2018 Genre: Romance Source: Social Butterfly PR Publisher: Avon Books Length: 400 pages Story Rating: 5/5 Romance Rating: 4/5
Earlier this year I reviewed Moonlight Sins, the first book in the de Vincent series and fell in love with the brothers. I enjoyed that book so when the opportunity arose to review this one, I jumped on it. This book could be read as a stand-alone, it summarizes all the important parts from the first book, but you might be a bit confused in some places. It would be in your best interests to read Moonlight Sins first.
I love reading romantic suspense when it’s done right. Thankfully, this one was. Much like the first book, this was romance with a bit of suspense and just a whispered suggestion of some paranormal activity. The suspenseful parts help facilitate the growth of the relationship, that is what I like to see in these books. From the plot to the characters to the setting, everything about this book was perfect.
At 400 pages, it was longer than the books I typically read. I never thought I would say this, but I wish it were longer. All the loose ends are neatly tied together, the mystery was solved and the couple found their happily ever after. It’s just, I devoured all 400 pages of Gabe and Nikki over 2 days. I think I’m experiencing withdrawals. I miss them so much and I want more.
If you’re a fan of romantic suspense, this book has it all. There are secrets, scandals, stalkers, misappropriated affection. It had me on the edge of my seat and although there was foreshadowing, I had no idea who the bad guy was until the big reveal.
I enjoyed getting to catch up with the de Vincent brothers and exploring New Orleans through the characters eyes. It was a great read and although I’m struggling to review the book without spoilers, I can’t recommend it enough.
Overall, Moonlight Seduction was a second chance romance with a twist. I would recommend it to anyone looking for something to read during these hot summer evenings.