Friday, July 20, 2012

Series Week: Heiress Series by Judy Teel

Seducing an Heiress 
Author: Judy Teel
Publisher: Golden Angel Press
Date of Publication: July 2011

An heiress changes her identity and starts a new life away from her father’s ruthless, self-serving world, only to find herself falling in love with the slick, corporate player her father sends to bring her back.

Seducing an Heiress was a pretty fun read. It's well written and has pretty steamy love scenes.  I liked Dakota a lot.  She was a strong character who finally got free from her father and decided to live her life her own way.   Her father is a despicable man who only sees her as a commodity.  Trey is his employee and has been sent to find her and bring her back.  I liked their attraction.  The peripheral characters really made the book.  The town residents who come to Dakota's aid were a lot of fun.  I wish that Chelsea would get her own story!

I was reading on Goodreads that there seem to be 2 versions of this book.  An uncensored one and one that is more appropriate for YA readers.  I'm pretty sure that I read the uncensored version, so if you are suggesting this to anyone under 18, I would make sure you have the correct one.

Instructing an Heiress

Author: Judy Teel
Publisher: Golden Angel Press
Date of Publication: April 2012

 "When a hard-nosed CEO must get married or lose everything, she hires her womanizing best friend to teach her about men, but as the lessons progress so does her alarm as she finds herself falling in love with him."

Instructing an Heiress was a fun read.  This is one of the types of romances that I love.  Two people have been friends forever and finally realize that they are made for each other.  I loved CK and Ryan together.  Ryan is such a player, but CK has been the one constant in his life.  She is his best friend.  When CK learns she must marry or risk losing her company, she asks Ryan to teach her how to attract a man.  What follows are some very funny scenes.  

I loved Ryan's friends.  They can truly see what he refuses to see.  He is in love with his best friend but is afraid to accept it.  They are some very intriguing characters and I hope Ms. Teel will write books about them.  I would love to delve into Ajax a lot more!  

The books do not share the same characters, so they can be read as stand alone books.  Pick them up for a fun read!

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