They say opposites attract, and this is definitely the case in Anne Mather's The Virgin's Seduction (3). Eve Robertson and Jake Romero are brought together in her secluded Caribbean village seemingly by his relationship with her older, more experienced sister Cassandra. What becomes swiftly apparent, however, is that the innocent Eve is much more to Jake's taste then her callous sister. The more they are together, the more passionate things become, but Eve will only let him go so far -- she has a secret that she won't share, and unless she opens up she will lose Jake forever. This is a passionate love story between two people adept at putting up barriers. While some of the dialogue rings less than true, the chemistry between the endearing Eve and the sexy Jake is palpable and satisfying.
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Stephanie Schneider