Book Review

HIGH SEDUCTION
by Vivian Arend

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: SCORCHER

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An old relationship gets a chance to reignite in Arend’s seriously sexy new installment of the Adrenaline Search & Rescue series. However, what makes this relationship renewal edgier is that their twosome can also be a threesome. Arend’s characters are risk-takers willing to put their lives on the line — it is in their emotional lives that they fear injury. High drama and incendiary heat equals another Arend hit.

Years before, chopper pilot Erin Tate’s relationship with paramedic Timothy Dextor ended badly, but that is not going to stop Tim from trying again. Tim applies for a job with Lifeline’s rescue squad, and although Erin is still pissed, she knows he is the best so she vouches for him. As fate would have it, they are both on scene during an emergency so they get a chance to utilize their skills. Their passion roars back to life, but unexpectedly Matt, a close friend of Tim’s, joins the mix. Search & Rescue is a dangerous and unexpected business, and they are about to learn the hard way. (BERKLEY, Feb., 304 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: BERKLEY

Published: February 2014

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LITERAL ADDICTION's Review of High Seduction

Submitted by MichelleLOlson on May 5, 2014 - 11:44am.

Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Devilish Diva - Shawnie:
*Copy gifted in exchange for an honest review

This was actually a damn good book. I was a little worried since this is my first rodeo with the author but I'm glad I got the chance to read this and I can say I'll be buying more of her books.

High seduction starts out on a high note with the heroine Erin doing so acrobats in the air, and while its hilarious from time prospective, its not from Erin's.

Erin Tate is a take no shit, always in control, eff off kind if woman these days. She is the pilot for the Lifeline Search & Rescue team and from point one you know she is damn good at what she does. But she is definitely missing something in her very closed off, controlled life.

Tim Dexter is looking for a new job and he wants it to be with Lifeline, he has specific reasons, but all roads lead to Erin. Tim is a man who knows what he ants and isn't afraid to take a couple chances at getting it or in this case getting it back. Nothing and no one will stop him from claiming his "kitten" again.

These two have a history and from the sounds of it before its explained you think it was horrible break-up. Along the lines of he cheated on her with her best friend and then tried to act like she didn't find out. This was probably the only thing I didn't like about this book the way the author made it all seem so bad. Now I'm not saying it isn't a good reason to be upset, because it is. What I'm saying is Erin should be blaming herself the entire time, and not Tim.

Despite all if that I enjoyed this book a lot. There was action from page one and it just got better and better the more I read. I couldn't have asked for a better redemption book and the emotions that the author pulled from the characters seem real which is a big thing for me since this is at the end of the day a romance. The slight touches of BDSM and voyeurism that are put into it all are excellent and placed and done perfectly.

I would honestly read this again and. Do recommend it the all who have this book in their sights.