It Takes Two to Tumble (Seducing the Sedgwicks, #1) by Cat Sebastian

It Takes Two to Tumble (Seducing the Sedgwicks, #1)

"Sebastian proves she is a new force to be reckoned with in historical romances.”--Booklist Some of Ben Sedgwick’s favorite things:Helping his poor parishionersBaby animalsShamelessly flirting with the handsome Captain Phillip DacreAfter an unconventional upbringing, Ben is perfectly content with the quiet, predictable life of a country vicar, free of strife or turmoil. When he’s asked to look after an absent naval captain’s three wild ch...


Details It Takes Two to Tumble (Seducing the Sedgwicks, #1)

TitleIt Takes Two to Tumble (Seducing the Sedgwicks, #1)
ISBN9780062820501
Author
Release DateDec 12th, 2017
PublisherAvon Impulse
GenreRomance, Historical, M M Romance, Historical Fiction, Glbt, Historical Romance
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Reviews It Takes Two to Tumble (Seducing the Sedgwicks, #1)

  • Caz
    1970-01-01
    Review to follow at AAR.
  • Hollis
    1970-01-01
    He was used to commanding dozens of men in clockwork precision. Surely he could make a couple of children -- his own children, at that -- fall in line.You know it was a great read when it takes you almost ten swipes to get to the top of your list of notes in order to compile quotes for a review.If Sedgwick was determined to stay, then Phillip had no choice but to let him stay. Having the vicar thrown bodily from the house would set a ludicrous ex...
  • Alisa
    1970-01-01
    4.5 starsThis just became my favorite book by this author. So flipping good. Full review to come.
  • Anne
    1970-01-01
    RTC (but, spoiler alert, the lovely C.S. has done it again)
  • Didi
    1970-01-01
    3.5 starsI’m tasting “The Sound of Music” flavor here. Vicar Ben aid to herd Captain Dacre’s kids out of (more) mischief. It’s an even-paced story told in third person dual POVs; expressing opposite personality of characters of our heroes. Phillip Dacre is broody, quiet, but fair. Not only is he grieving, Phillip also distances himself from others so people don’t find out his shortcoming and be disappointed - a souvenir from unpleasan...
  • Maria
    1970-01-01
    I definitely definitely enjoyed this a lot! The characters are both lovely and there is a sense of warmth throughout the book that made me feel happy to be reading it. While Ben does struggle to come to terms with his role in society and what said role entails and his own desires, it never felt heavy handed or too angsty just for the sake of it. And he is never an asshole about it which could have easily happened, the balance was very well mainta...
  • Sarah Meerkat
    1970-01-01
    -happy sigh- Review to come in the morning