Review: Seducing Sam by Angela Verdenius

Review: Seducing Sam by Angela Verdenius
Seducing Sam
Book Info

Released: 10 November 2013
Pages: 184

…a sweet story about two people falling in love ~ Under the Covers

Sam Willow has women falling at his (very large) feet, not that he seems to notice. Slightly absent minded Sam is often mistaken for being all brawn an beauty and no brains, but he soon notices his neighbour Carly Miller and can’t get her curvy body and slightly grouchy personality out of his head. Could it be that some one has finally managed to seduce Sam?

I love reading an Angela Verdenius book, I know what is going to happen before I have even opened the book, but that doesn’t stop me from devouring it and eagerly waiting for the next one; they are delicious brain candy, sweet and addictive. Seducing Sam was no different, it was a sweet story about two people falling in love. Sam himself was so adorable and definitely too good to be true, sexy as hell and looking for The One, he didn’t hesitate to pursue Carly once he realised she could be it. Carly was great as well, wary after a relationship gone bad but together they made a cute couple.

If you are looking for a short, lighthearted read than look no further, Seducing Sam is the perfect book, especially if you have read previous books by Angela Verdenius as you see some familiar faces pop up.

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About Angela Verdenius

I live in Australia, where I am ruled by my cats, adore reading, and I think a perfect day is writing and drinking Diet Coke, followed by reading or a good horror movie. I'm very lucky in that my books have won many reviewers’ awards, been on the Fictionwise best-seller list, and one of them has even won the Golden Rose Award!

Reading has always been my escape, writing my dream. Horror, myths, legends, fantasy and history, there are no limits to the wonders to be found. And romance? Well, that adds the spice, hope and happiness ever after.

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  1. Thanks for the review, the books sounds something I would like. I like to call these type of books palate cleansers.

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