Tuesday, July 30, 2013


Published July 29th 2013
Publisher: Entangled: Indulgence
*eARC provided by the publisher in exchange of an honest review*

Nina Breslin figures the sexy man she meets on the Baker Street Tube is eons out of her league. Dr. Eduardo Ruiz needs a break from the heart-breaking reality of his job. And when he finally introduces himself to Nina, they agree to an outrageous plan. Can they play by their own rules, or will they succumb to the pull of seduction?

Nina is running away from her ex fiancé ‘s friends to Europe while they’re in England. After having her heart broken she wants to have fun, be herself and don’t try to please anyone and a tour through Europe is her way of doing it.

Eduardo is trying to make his family understand his choices. He has a really hard job with terminal patients and a family is not something he can handle right now.

So when the both of them meet after weeks of watching the other on their way to work a plan comes to mind. They’ll pretend to be a couple for Nina’s friend’s so they won’t pity her and she’ll pretend to be his for his aunt. All simple, right?
Except walking away is not so easy.

I love how easy it was to relate to both characters. Nina was hurt deeply in her last relationship and herself esteem is none existent. But she craves the way Eduardo makes her feel. Powerful and confident. Eduardo’s close off behaviour is something I could understand as well, he’s scared and you want to make it all go away.

I don’t think there’s a thing I didn’t like about this novella. Is short, sweet and fun. And STEAMY. Eduardo really knows his way to make a woman feel beautiful. And has a good imagination.

Seduction in Silver is fast paced short novella. The flirting is full of innuendos and Shakespeare's quotes. And Natalie rocks the nerd  girl mood in her writing. Among the fun and light flirting you get so much emotion. They hopes and fears are all there for you to see and as much as you want their HEA you see the reasons for resisting.
I’m really looking forward to read the other two novellas in this trilogy.

If I have to say one thing that bugged me was the use of the word “Senorita” because is actually misspelled and as a Spanish speaker it bugs me that they didn’t look for the right letter to write “Señorita”. I understand this is probably just me but what can I do. :)

PS: Is only $0.99 so go grab it NOW


USA TODAY bestseller Natalie Anderson writes fun, frisky, feels-good contemporary romance for Harlequin Mills & Boon and Entangled Publishing. With over twenty books published, she's also been a Romantic Times Award nominee & a finalist for the R*BY (Romantic Book of the Year). 
She lives in Christchurch, New Zealand with her husband, four children and what feels like a million ducks.
Find out more at her website http://www.natalie-anderson.com and be sure to sign up for her newsletter there as she often has subscriber only eTreats!

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