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My Review:

Sue is sad, lonely and by all means no super model. So, when she is offered a chance to try out a new anti-aging cream that will make her young again, she obviously is very enthusiastic and accepts the offer instantly. The cream works wonders for her, it returns her youth, her beauty, her charm. Everything she ever wanted. But for everything, there is a price, but is Sue ready to pay the price?

I really liked this story, the characters were nice (most of the time), the plot was nice and the writing style too, was nice. Now, I’m not saying that this book was perfect, this book had its faults  but, overall this book was amazing.

To be honest, there were three things that bugged me the most about this.                                1. I didn’t like Sue in beginning. Actually, I didn’t care for her up to almost 70% of the book, That really irritated me because how can you like a book without like the main characters right? But to be fair, after 7o% of the book, I really really like Sue and so, I really really liked the book, too.                                                                                                                                               2. Another thing that bugged me little was the hero, Roger Grayson wasn’t there most of the book, he showed up at 65% of the book. But, it isn’t that big of a deal because when he does shows up, he instantly makes me fall in love with him.                                                                 3. The last thing is that, I thought the first 20% of the book flew by. It was too fast. The first 20% I felt like I was sitting there watching Sue’s life fly by before me but, after that, the pace got better and I actually felt like a part of the book.

Ah! The ending of the book! It was amazing! It made me want to start reading Sue’s Rapture almost instantly. Why I say almost, you ask? I say almost because after finishing Sue’s Seduction, I was just sitting there for a moment. With my kindle in hand, I was trying to speculate what Sue was going to do, what choice she was going to make and what will be the consequences. And after I took a minute (or a few) to think about these things, I went running to read Sue’s Rapture.

One last thing I want to add is that, I found one more thing really ice about this book. It was that Sue’s Seduction wasn’t completely fiction. At the starting of every chapter, Saylor provided us with little facts about life, about youth and about aging, I was amazed and impressed to read them. And nothing makes me happier than to know, that some actual research was done before writing this book.

In the end, I want to say that I highly recommend this book to everyone!

About The Author:

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Saylor Storm takes something from real life and turns it into something fun, and perhaps a bit twisted. Reality becomes fantasy, or is that imagination turns into real life experience? Her stories include places where she has lived or visited from the beaches of Malibu to Islands of Fiji and destinations in between. Love and passion are at the root of her novels; after all isn’t that what life is all about? Storm is a long-time resident of beautiful Lake Tahoe. Saylor is currently working on several new books and loves to hear from her readers!

Find Saylor Storm on her Website, Goodreads, Facebook and Twitter.


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