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Product Details

  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing; First Edition edition (2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446542008
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446542005
  • ASIN: B0072Q2YS6
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 4.2 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.1 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,094,692 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Firstly, I want to say that I loved this!
Nelaine Sanchez
I look forward to reading the next installment to the Legend Hunter's Series by Robyn DeHart, as well as any future work that she may release.
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The characters were developed nicely and complimented each other as well as the story.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Detra Fitch on August 4, 2009
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Esme Worthington believes it to be her fault that she is on the shelf. After all, her mother had warned Esme that men did not want a woman who spoke her opinions or had any book learning. Esme is very knowledgeable about the legendary Pandora's Box. This is why Esme finds herself kidnapped by the Raven's men. The Raven is a ruthless treasure seeker. He hunts and steals antiquities for profit. Before Esme knows it she is unwillingly wearing a bracelet from the box. Each bracelet represents one of the curses. Esme's is cursed with Lust. She has about two weeks to figure out how to remove the bracelet before the curse kills her.

Fielding Grey used to work for the Raven. Now he is freelance. Fielding hunts treasure on his own, hiring himself out to clients who are collectors. When the members of Solomon's hire him to locate and retrieve Pandora's Box, Fielding realizes that this is his chance to infiltrate the club. Somewhere within Solomon's is the answer as to who is responsible for his father's death. Fortunately or unfortunately, depending on one's point-of-view, Fielding finds himself rescuing a damsel in distress. The longer Fielding spends in Esme's company, the more attracted to her he becomes. But is it real or a result of the curse dangling from her wrist? And how can he keep Esme safe from the Raven, help her figure out how to remove the bracelet, keep the box out of the wrong hands, as well as search for information about his father's death?

***** This is one of the best historical romances I have read this year. I have always been interested in the legend about Pandora's Box. Perhaps that is why I found myself unable to stop reading. I read the entire book in one night. (Who needs sleep?) The engaging plot and charming characters blend together for one intoxicating read. *****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By I. Cespedes on March 19, 2010
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Fielding Grey is an independent fortune hunter who makes his living from being employed by others who want to find treasure but do not want to get their hands dirty. One fateful day, he is approached by a member of Soloman's (whom he happens to hold responsible for his father's death) and they hire him to find the infamous Pandora's Box. He accepts this mission because A) he'll make some nice money and B) it might give him the opening he needs to investigate his father's death. What he doesn't expect is having to rescue the "damsel in distress" in the process. What he expects even less is to fall for her!

I have become a complete sucker for "bodice rippers" and this was no exception! I breezed through this book. It was different from my usuals because it touched on a subject many others hadn't - magic! What if Pandora's Box was real and it fell into the wrong hands? What if we all fell prey to its powers? Esme was boldly flirtatious and Fielding was coy & aloof - the perfect role reversal for a Victorian couple! The LUST bangle she wore wasn't just a prop, but an excuse to exercise that muscle of hers that had gone unused (take that as you will). In addition, Esme was educated and studious and had an immense love & appreciation for books which I can totally relate too. I enjoy these books so much because I love to see the evolution & growth of these couples. What started off as a physical attraction based on the power of a little gold bracelet, grew into a love that neither could deny. C'mon guys, how could you resist this stuff?!

This book is not without twists, turns and action though. There are quite a few secrets from Feilding's family past that are revealed which throw him and us (the readers) for a loop. In addition, since the Raven is also after Pandora's Box, he will stop at nothing to get it - even if he means eliminating those who get in his way.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Theresa M. Studer on September 3, 2009
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Seduce Me by Robyn DeHart is a fun, fluffy, light read that leaves you feeling refreshed. A story that is part Indiana Jones, part romance, part who-dun-it all set in Victorian England. A story to delight page after page right up to the end.

Our hero, Fielding Grey is a treasure seeker extraordinaire. He lives for danger and the prize at the end of the adventure. What he doesn't live for is complications in the form of women. Ha....wuss! Guess he's in for a bit of a surprise when this adventure is not only about the much sot after Pandora's box but includes curses, magic, ruffians of the worst sort and Women. Well, one woman in particular. Now if he only figure out which part of his anatomy he should be thinking with he might actually get some work done.

Esme Worthington our heroine is well schooled in historical artifacts and for a women in Victorian England this can leave a bad taste in the mouths of most men. She has acknowledged the fact that she will always be a spinster due to the habit of not knowing when to keep her thoughts and her tongue to herself. However, being schooled in this case ends up with her in chains in only her night rail leaving her at the mercy of those around her. Will her captures ravish her before help can arrive or will she succumb to the unpleasantness of lowly thieves with horrid breath and blackened teeth. YUK!

Our author has given us an exciting tale that is perfectly paced. A teasing tale with the right amount of action and adventure. My only problem was I think our hero needed to be a bit less whiney but this is my opinion for what it's worth. A truely good tale and one that shouldn't be missed. I can overlook a bit of a whiney male for a good story anyday especially since most men are whiney anyway. LOL!
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National Bestselling author, Robyn DeHart's novels have appeared in the top bestselling romance and historical romance lists. Her books have been translated into nearly a dozen languages. Her historical romantic adventure series, The Legend Hunters, were not only bestsellers, but also award-winners, snagging a Reader's Crown and a Reviewer's Choice award. She had three releases in 2013 and 2014 will see four more, all set in the popular historical romance Regency and Victorian eras.

Known for her "strong dialogue and characters that leap off the page" (RT Bookclub) and her "sizzling romance" (Publishers Weekly), her books have been featured in USA Today and the Chicago Tribune. A popular writing instructor, she has given speeches at writing conferences in Los Angeles, DC, New York, Dallas, Nashville and Toronto, among many others.

When not writing, you can find Robyn hanging out with her family, husband (The Professor) a university professor of Political Science and their two ridiculously beautiful and smart daughters, Busybee and Babybee as well as two spoiled-rotten cats. They live in the hill country of Texas where it's hot eight months of the year, but those big blue skies make it worth it.

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