The Seduction Hypothesis by Delphine Dryden
(The Science of Temptation)

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The Seduction Hypothesis is a great book. It’s funny, emotionally engaging, and full of fabulous dialogue.
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Book two of The Science of Temptation

(1 Curious Sub + 1 Dom in Denial) - Inhibitions = 4 Naughty Nights

Wildlife biologist Lindsey thought attending a fan convention with her new boyfriend Ben was a great idea—until their relationship imploded. Lindsey still lusts after her ex—but if he wants her, he's going to have to prove he can give her what she needs.

Ben will do anything to win Lindsey back, and when he sees her in her skimpy black vinyl convention getup, he realizes what she's been craving all along. And he's inspired to finally give in to his own dark desire to take complete sexual control...

Lindsey is surprised by her reaction to Ben's kinky new seduction techniques, and suddenly sees the brilliant but boring code guru in a different light. After several erotic encounters in hotel rooms and stairwells, she's falling for him all over again. And wondering if the intimate connection will last once they head home...

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Jodie Griffin didn’t always want to be a writer. She spent hours reading, but school papers were written one painful word at a time. One day, a story idea came, demanding to be put on paper. After several years of practice, she took the leap, submitted her first manuscript, and hasn’t looked back since. Jodie’s own happily-ever-after includes one incredibly supportive husband and one future heroione. Forbidden Fantasies is Jodie's first book. Jodie Griffin didn’t always want to be a writer. She spent hours reading, but school papers were written one painful word at a time. One day, a story idea came, demanding to be put on paper. After several years of practice, she took the leap, submitted her first manuscript, and hasn’t looked back since. Jodie’s own happily-ever-after includes one incredibly supportive husband and one future heroione. Forbidden Fantasies is Jodie's first book. Jodie Griffin didn’t always want to be a writer. She spent hours reading, but school papers were written one painful word at a time. One day, a story idea came, demanding to be put on paper. After several years of practice, she took the leap, submitted her first manuscript, and hasn’t looked back since. Jodie’s own happily-ever-after includes one incredibly supportive husband and one future heroione. Forbidden Fantasies is Jodie's first book.
 
Published May 6, 2013 by Carina Press. 97 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction
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Reviewed by Dabney on May 01 2013

The Seduction Hypothesis is a great book. It’s funny, emotionally engaging, and full of fabulous dialogue.

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