Moonlight Seduction by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Moonlight Seduction by Jennifer L. Armentrout

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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

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

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Review

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.

If you enjoy books like this, you might also enjoy Assassin Games and Be a Good Girl

19 thoughts on “Moonlight Seduction by Jennifer L. Armentrout”

  1. Great review♥️ I’m very hesitant to read a romantic suspense. I think the “suspense” part is what is holding me off. Makes me think of thrillerish books which aren’t always my thing. But then I learn of books that sound like this and it has me changing my mind.

    • Thanks! I always worry about the suspense too. I can’t even count how many times I’ve had to say, “it was a great suspense but I can only give it half the stars because the romance was forgotten.” I thought this author did a great job of making sure it was a romance novel above all. 🙂

  2. Ahh Yes amazing review Randi I absolutely love anything what JLA writes she is an amazing and very talented author I almost have all her YA books. Plus I really love romantic suspense books and I have already added this series on my Amazon wishlist, thank you so much for sharing your awesome post.

  3. Your review has me intrigued, and I’ll be adding this to my list. I haven’t read a good romantic suspense in awhile, even though it’s one of my favorite genres. Time to change that!

  4. I don’t remember the last time I read a suspense romance book. Looks like it’s tome to make time to be with this one! 👍🏼

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