SONG OF SEDUCTION

CARRIE LOFTY

  • Pub. Date: June 2010
  • Publisher: Carina Press
  • ISBN-13: 9781426890024
  • ISBN: 1426890028

From the Publisher

Tormented by guilt. Haunted by scandal. Freed by love.

Austria, 1804

Eight years ago, composer Arie De Voss claimed his late mentor’s final symphony as his own and became an icon. But fame has a price: fear of discovery now poisons his attempts to compose a redemptive masterpiece. Until a new muse appears, intoxicating and inspiring him…

Mathilda Heidel renounced her own musical gift to marry, seeking a quiet life to escape the shame surrounding her birth. Sudden widowhood finds her tempted by song once more. An unexpected introduction to her idol, Arie De Voss, renews Mathilda’s passion for the violin—and ignites a passion for the man himself.

But when lust and lies reach a crescendo, Arie will be forced to choose: love or truth?

SOURCE: THIS BOOK WAS RECEIVED FOR THE PURPOSE OF REVIEW FROM NET GALLEY:

MY THOUGHTS:

 

SONG OF SEDUCTION by Carrie Lofty is an Historical Romance set in 1804 Austria. It is written with depth and detail. It has lust, romance, redemption, guilt,passion in music, scandal and sensuality. The hero, Arie De Voss is handsome, a composer,he is condescending, shy with crowds but the instant he meets our heroine Mathilda things start to spark between them. Our heroine Mathilda Heidel, is a doctor’s widow, loves music but puts it aside to seek a quiet life and escape the scandal her own parents caused. She is a gifted musician and Arie De Voss is her idol and has been for years. Things get heated up, they learn things together, and find true love. They must also deal with their guilt of the past, lust and finally the truth will surface. This is a story of the truth will set you free. I would recommend this book especially if you enjoy music, the challenges of being a composer and all it involves and most of all romance, sensuality and love at it’s finest. This book was received for review from Net Galley and details can be found at  Carina Press.   
RATING: 4.5
REVIEWED BY: April Renn
 
 
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