Seducing the Beast Some men are born to make dynasties and some women are born to make trouble Hellbent on arranging a pardon for her exiled cousin Madolyn Carver will stop at nothing to achieve her aim even if it mea

  • Title: Seducing the Beast
  • Author: Jayne Fresina
  • ISBN: 9781616503024
  • Page: 394
  • Format: ebook
  • Some men are born to make dynasties and some women are born to make trouble.Hellbent on arranging a pardon for her exiled cousin, Madolyn Carver will stop at nothing to achieve her aim, even if it means seducing the mysterious Earl of Swafford So what if he s known as The Beast and is immensely powerful Plucky Maddy isn t frightened off easily Returned home after tooSome men are born to make dynasties and some women are born to make trouble.Hellbent on arranging a pardon for her exiled cousin, Madolyn Carver will stop at nothing to achieve her aim, even if it means seducing the mysterious Earl of Swafford So what if he s known as The Beast and is immensely powerful Plucky Maddy isn t frightened off easily Returned home after too long abroad, The Beast also has a mission He must remove his younger brother and heir to the vast Swafford estate from the clutches of a most unsuitable woman When a misunderstanding leads him to mistake Maddy for his brother s cunning mistress, he takes her captive under the guise of The Beast s manservant Now she can longer be a threat to his misguided brother s future, or so he thinks And surely, The Beast s infamous iron will can resist the charms of one particularly disobedient, witty, intriguingly stubborn young woman.But there is a far greater danger A deadly assassin has come to the Swafford estate, and The Beast s fear of falling in love might just be his downfall Maddy, the woman he won t trust, is the one innocent soul who can save his life and his heart.

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    About "Jayne Fresina"

    1. Jayne Fresina

      My epitaph will probably include the words, she should have known better I shuffle around the house in worn out woolly socks, don t own a solitary t shirt that isn t stained, talk to myself who else would listen , sing tunelessly in the shower, have a morbid fear of sewing machines and ironing boards, drink too much coffee, would work for coconut cake, and spend at least five hours a day writing to maintain a relative degree of sanity As a horrid child, my desire to entertain was semi satisfied by weekly performances from what I fancied to be a priest hole in the bedroom wall The repertoire was extensive and varied, including a one woman version of Jaws , complete with a musical interlude for ice cream Sadly my ingrate audience of teddy bears, dolls and bored siblings was mostly unimpressed, frequently belligerent if missing Top of the Pops and only mildly attentive The entertainment I now provide for the remains of my family is sadly limited to occasional webcam shenanigans, since we re all far apart My friends and family remain unimpressed by this so called writing career and only approve of my dreadful stories if assured that they are in them They all wait patiently for a story in which everyone keeps their clothes on Mostly they claim to have no clue where I get my ideas I really don t know either.

    487 thoughts on “Seducing the Beast”

    1. This book has romance tropes. BUT this author put them in a blender and said: Take THAT, reader!And it works for the most part. She twists and turns plot devices to keep things fresh, and me clicking through my kindle. Griff, aka the Earl of Swafford, aka The Beast knocked off his feet when he sees Madolyn Carver knocked off hers. As he lifts her out of the melee, she crawls the rest of the way up his body and uses him as a perch as she tried to spot the Earl in the procession making it's way do [...]


    2. Originally posted at: whippedcream2/201 like Maddie. I want to be Maddie! Can I please be Maddie?I will have to say Madolyn “Maddie” Carver is one of the best heroines that I have read about in a long time. I LOVE HER!! She is fantastically smart, quick-witted with a wicked sense of humor, loyal to her family at the detriment of her own happiness, and lastly she has probably one of the biggest hearts in England. I forgot to mention, she can also put a big burly man in his place, lickity-spli [...]


    3. Some men are born to make dynasties and some women are born to make trouble.Hellbent on arranging a pardon for her exiled cousin, Madolyn Carver will stop at nothing to achieve her aim, even if it means seducing the mysterious Earl of Swafford. So what if he's known as "The Beast" and is immensely powerful? Plucky Maddy isn't frightened off easily. Returned home after too long abroad, The Beast also has a mission. He must remove his younger brother and heir to the vast Swafford estate from the c [...]


    4. It was a very funny read. Retelling of The Taming of the Shrew.Even if I haven't read Shakespeare's book in English, so I'm unable to judge the quality, I had the feeling that the narrative was very similar - it had the "flavour" of Tudor's England.



    5. Enter contest here: thetbrpile.weebly/reviews.As the book begins we meet our heroine Maddie. Outspoken and knowledgeable she’s an oddity for a woman in her time. Her rapier wit and clever way with words made me laugh out loud and I just knew she was going to find herself in some questionable predicaments. Maddie always means well, but she looks before she leaps and meddles when she shouldn’t. When her cousin Nathan is falsely accused of piracy and imprisoned Maddie the Merciless comes up wit [...]


    6. A straight-forward, hold-nothing-back Maddie is convinced that to save her cousin from being treated as a pirate she needs to seduce the Earl of Swafford, not knowing more of him that he is cruel and unkind and that something warrants his nickname, The Beast. Despite all this she is determent that to warm the Earl’s bed would be a way to get Queen Elisabeth to hear her cousin’s pardon.After continuous coincidental meeting with a young wicked tongued brash woman, Griffin Earl of Swafford has [...]


    7. maddie is one of my all-time favorite heroines! she is smart and quick-witted and doesn't take shit from anyone, much less the wannabe-byronesque leading man, griff. if this book had been written like every other book with a tragic, angsty hero, i would have probably hated it - but instead the author gives us flashes of actual human emotion in between griff's bouts of shouting. it also definitely helps that maddie shouts BACK. it was a great change to read about a pair who are so evenly matched [...]


    8. I adored this book, despite the fact I hate "mistaken identity" and "it's just a matter of time before X thing becomes revealed". Those kinds of books leave me in anxious cold sweats, and I cringe through them. This book was amazing for it's sassy dialogue and even sassier heroine. God, she was amazing, all full of piss and vinegar and not willing to accept her fate merely because she's a woman. I loved her way of thinking. Truly, I loved everything about her. I was sort of angry with the last p [...]


    9. Another wonderful interpretation of 'Beauty and the Beast', however loosely so; and a lovely story to boot. just previously I had read another book by Jayne Fresina (the most improper sophie valentine) and it was good, but it fell just ever so slightly short for me when all was said and done. But this book had everything that I could want. Conflict, plotting, elopement, mistaken identity, a strong leading female, and of course romance! In the end I found myself quite satisfied with the book as a [...]


    10. Loved it!This was my first book in the trilogy. I loved Madrid and the Griffyn. Their story had me laughing out loud. I have also downloaded the second book in this great trilogy, and I will not spoil anything, but I have already read it too, both the same day. Now I can't wait for the third book.


    11. One of the best versions of Beauty and the Beast. Maddie is fantastic. She won't let anyone best her. Griff needs to learn he is lovable but he fights Maddie all the way.




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