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“Equal parts action, passion, and fun.” - NYT bestselling author Grace Burrowes
From enemies to lovers...
The wealthy and handsome Marquess of Camryn can have any woman he desires, but the charismatic bachelor shocks everyone by falling for the rather prudish Charlotte Livingston—who happens to abhor everything the rising politician and captain of industry represents.
When the no-nonsense social campaigner shows zero interest in him, Camryn is even more drawn to her and sets out to seduce the lady's mind—as well as her body. But as the attraction begins to burn between them, a violent rebellion rages across England, pitting the two against each other, and leaving their love caught in the crossfire.
Each book in the Accidental Peers series is a standalone story that can be enjoyed out of order.
Book one: Seducing Charlotte
Book two: Tempting Bella
Book three: Compromising Willa
Book four: Engaging the Earl
"Equal parts action, passion and fun. As well written as it is well researched." -Grace Burrowes, New York Times bestselling author
" ...the dialogue is very clever, a façade of social niceties that hide cutting truths...an enjoyable, fast paced and interesting novel with well drawn and deserving characters." -Romance Historical Lovers
"... one of 2013′s revelations...a charming and captivating historical romance...one of my favourite reads of this year!" -Stella, Ex Libris
" ...what a debut. Quick, fun read that is fast paced and passion filled. Filled with industry, textile mills, secrets, and did I mention passion?" -My Book Addiction
Originally posted on What I'm Reading
First off, I should have finished Seducing Charlotte last night. However, sleep was calling my name and two late nights in a row would not do me any good. Yet, I really wanted to finished this book last night, because it was amazing! Seriously!
First off I love... ...more
The story opens at a party with the jaded Marquess of Camryn receiving a sex act from a woman in a garden, at the completion of which he suffers mild regret. Not, as one might think for the crassness of the act, but the fact that the woman delivering it confesses she has a husband. Noises in the... ...more
Camryn is a Marquess and an industrialist who finds himself intrigued by a Charlotte Livingston a bluestocking and a social reform. The chemistry and banter between these two had sparks flying, but a violent rebellion against the machine is sweeping across the countryside. Camryn leads the charge... ...more
“Would you fight for love, Charlotte? No matter what the cost?” Her chest felt painfully hollow. “I don’t know.” But of course she already had. Just not in the way he meant. “Don’t you?” His face lowered to the side of her bare neck. The warmth of his lips, the roughness of the skin on his cheek,... ...more
Thanks to Stella for this charming book. Her review is so good that I was eager to read the book when I read it. So I'll share her review :
I'll definitely read author's other books too. She's really good!
'Seducing Charlotte' was quite an enjoyable debut read by Diana Quincy. I really am looking forward to 'TEMPTING BELLA' this fall!! ...more
Arthur Stanhope, Marquess of Camryn, is one of London's most eligible bachelors. In addition to newly coming into his inheritance and being a successful industrialist, he's devastatingly handsome and charming. He could have his pick of the women of the British aristocracy, but Cam has no interest... ...more
I decided to read Seducing Charlotte because the blurb reminded me a lot of the story of North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell (where Richard Armitage played the hero Mr. Thornton in the TV adaptation), and although the story and its tone was quite different (Seducing Charlotte was much lighter, l... ...more
Also reviewed on my blog Zili in the Sky
I was given a copy for review purposes, but opinions expressed in the following review are my own.
What they say (blurb & book info): Even if he is the catch of the season, Charlotte Livingston has a low opinion of the wildly handsome Marquess of Camryn.... ...more
Loved this book! Seducing Charlotte is a different historical romance and that's what made it so great.
I love how this book was set in the conflict of industrialism versus reformists. That's a very interesting time, full of conflict, tension, and the beginnings of the modern world. The fact that... ...more
Here’s the deal. Even though this is the first book in the series and the début for Ms. Quincy, if you want to read this series in order, you should read Willa’s story first, then Charlotte’s second and Bella’s story is the last in the series. For some reason ‘the men in suits’ that bought these... ...more
Seducing Charlotte is a debut historical romance where textile mills and the Luddites play an integral part of the story. Miss Charlotte Livingston is the sister of Baron Shellborne and a bluestocking who spends her time writing pamphlets about the working conditions of the operating class and pr... ...more
I liked the author’s style of writing & the storyline was good with a background of the emerging industrial revolution; not something that I've come across much of in the historical romances I've read to date. Very good chemistry between the hero and heroine and a host of interesting secondar... ...more
SEDUCING CHARLOTTE by Diane Quincy is an exciting Regency historical romance. "The Accidental Peers" series. Debut novel and what a debut. Quick,fun read that is fast paced and passion filled. Filled with industry,textile mills,secrets,and did I mention passion. Follow,Charlotte Livingston and Ma... ...more
Who knew a simple sneeze could embody a heroine’s character so beautifully?
In SEDUCING CHARLOTTE, the heroine Charlotte Livingston is a wonderfully earthy character. She’s practical, and cares about the lives around her than ballroom etiquette. She’s a thinker, with a social consciousness, who re... ...more
I truly enjoyed this debut book by Diana Quincy. I liked the distrust factor brought about by Cam being an industrialist. Charlotte holds strong to her opinions and isn't afraid to speak her mind. Although not not as classically beautiful as the ladies he sought out, Cam is drawn to Charlotte and... ...more
Loved the earthy, socially conscious heroine (Charlotte) and her hero, Cam. Set against the Luddite uprisings, this book gave a fresh perspective on historical romance.
The fact that, for once, you saw the hero falling in love first and having to convince the heroine was a refreshing twist. The l... ...more
I really enjoyed this story. There were a lot of clever twists, and I liked the Luddite/Mill owner/Laborer plot points. Since the peerage were so slow to accept change, I loved that Cam was a forward thinker.
It's always nice when the hero discovers that the heroine is "The One" first and has to w... ...more
If you are looking for something new in a tried and true genre, check out Seducing Charlotte by debut author Diana Quincy. Strong heroine, a hero unafraid to declare his intentions or his imperfections. This book is fast paced and will keep you turning the page. Ms. Quincy has a fresh perspective... ...more
It was interesting what Charlotte thought of Lord Camryn and his factories. Cam showed Charlotte he was not like other factory owners. Cam realized that Charlotte was not an airhead and could carry on a conversation. Charlotte and Cam's opinion of each other changed after dancing and talking. It... ...more
I didn't realize this was the first book in a series until after I finished. There were other couples that I thought were carried over from previous novels. I felt like I might be missing some background information but I guess not.
Very sweet romance with a former rake and plain but intelligent w... ...more
Diana Quincy's debut is absolutely on par with my favorite well-established historical romance authors! Seducing Charlotte is delightful! Refreshing subject, and wonderful love story-- I truly enjoyed every single page! ...more
I loved this story. The characters were wonderful and had a lot of depth to them. The setting and the issues they had to deal with really brought me back to the time period. The author must have done a ton of research to make it come alive like she did. ...more
Seducing Charlotte is a great read. The characters Charlotte and Camrym are awesome together. Author manages to give reality to the story by weaving historical facts. You will be seduced by Seducing Charliotte ...more