This review is from: Dance of Seduction (Swanlea Spinsters, Book 4) (Mass Market Paperback) Settle down for a luscious read! You can count on Sabrina Jeffries to deliver strong-willed Regency heroines (and heroes) who demand more to their lives than just sitting around and sipping tea while gossipping. Our heroine is a reformer, passionate in her mission, and our hero's noble but secret mission could snag her efforts and the lives of her young charges. Secondary plots (one of them just a tad obvious, sorry) derive from our heroine's mission and enrich the storyline by giving us an engaging cast that surrounds h/h. Jeffries writes some of the sexiest scenes in the biz, full not only of heat but of emotion. She never lets these scenes overpower her plots. They enhance this one wonderfully and if your toes haven't contentedly curled before, they will afterward. I'm not quite sure how the front cover or the title ties into the book, though. Both make it seem (imo) as if this were some kind of harem setting when it's all quite improperly-properly British. Ah, marketing departments! At least we're rid of all the "Lord" and "Love" confusion of earlier series. The back cover is quite reminiscent of "A Dangerous Love" and "After the Abduction," but is the best of the three.