Aprendendo a Seduzir

  • Title: Aprendendo a Seduzir
  • Author: Patricia Cabot
  • ISBN: 9788576655091
  • Page: 162
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  • Aprendendo a Seduzir Durante um baile Lady Caroline Linford abre a porta de um dos c modos e flagra seu noivo o marqu s de Winchilsea nos bra os de outra mulher Para a sociedade vitoriana do s culo XIX tais escapulida
    Durante um baile, Lady Caroline Linford abre a porta de um dos c modos e flagra seu noivo, o marqu s de Winchilsea, nos bra os de outra mulher.Para a sociedade vitoriana do s culo XIX, tais escapulidas masculinas eram normais, e cancelar o casamento seria impens vel O jeito, decide a jovem, aprender a ser, ao mesmo tempo, a esposa e a amante, para que o marqu s nunca maDurante um baile, Lady Caroline Linford abre a porta de um dos c modos e flagra seu noivo, o marqu s de Winchilsea, nos bra os de outra mulher.Para a sociedade vitoriana do s culo XIX, tais escapulidas masculinas eram normais, e cancelar o casamento seria impens vel O jeito, decide a jovem, aprender a ser, ao mesmo tempo, a esposa e a amante, para que o marqu s nunca mais tenha de procurar outra mulher fora do lar Por isso, resolve tomar li es te ricas, claro sobre a arte do amor com o melhor dos professores Braden Granville, o mais not rio libertino de Londres Logo nas primeiras aulas come am a voar fa scas e as barreiras entre professor e aluna caem Escrito por Meg Cabot, sob seu pseud nimo, esse romance vai mostrar que o amor escolhe seus pr prios caminhos, sempre imprevis veis.

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    About Patricia Cabot


    1. Pseudonym of Meg CabotMeggin Patricia Cabot was born and and raised in Bloomington, Indiana, USA, daughter of Barbara and C Victor Cabot, a college professor She also lived in Grenoble, France and Carmel, California the setting for her bestselling Mediator series before moving to New York City after graduating with a bachelor s degree in fine arts from Indiana University.After working for ten years as an assistant residence hall director at New York University an experience from which she occasionally draws inspiration for her Heather Wells mystery series , Meg wrote the Princess Diaries series, which was made into two hit movies by Disney, sold over 20 million copies, and has been translated into 38 languages.Meg also wrote the 1 800 Where R You series which has been reprinted under the title Vanished and was made into the Lifetime series called Missing , as well as numerous other award winning, best selling stand alone books and series, including All American Girl and Avalon High on which an original Disney Channel movie was based , and several books told entirely in emails and text messages Boy Next Door Boy Meets Girl Every Boy s Got One.Meg s newest series include the tween hit Allie Finkle s Rules for Girls, the YA trilogy Airhead, and Abandon, the first book in a new paranormal series for young adult readers the sequel, Underworld, will be in US stores in spring 2012 Insatiable, Meg s first paranormal romance for adult readers, was followed by a sequel, Overbite, in July 2011.Meg is a 1 New York Times bestselling author of books for both adults and tweens teens Meg married financial writer and poet Benjamin D Egnatz on 1 April 1993, she currently lives in Key West with her husband and two cats.


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    1. This was one of my first books in the romance genre and I was a little bit skeptical – but the rage reviews convinced me to give it a try. I'm so glad - it was wonderful! One of my favorite books ever!Lady Caroline Linford is a great heroine and I suspect that she’s drawn generic so that the reader can see herself as Caroline. Caroline is engaged to the Marquis of Winchilsea and in the first chapter Caroline walks in on him and another woman. Unfortunately, Victorian society do not allow for [...]

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    2. I'm rereading some old favourites because there aren't many new releases that appeal at the moment. Long before author Meg Cabot became a famous YA author of books like The Princess Diaries, she wrote sexy adult historical romances under the pseudonym Patricia Cabot. Educating Caroline is a hidden gem which deserves to be a lot better known than it is.Lady Caroline Linford is an intelligent but naive society Miss who has recently become engaged to the man who saved her brother's life. But at a b [...]

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    3. I am going to start with what worked and what did not work before I do my plot rehash.The two major characters are well done. Caroline is spunky, smart and quite curious when it comes to sex as long as it isn't her fiancee, the rather pretty and boring Marquis. Braden, the H, is a fish out of Victorian water, a self made man, he is a big, huge bruiser who falls for Caroline's sweetness and sense of honor. The writing is light but not frothy. For some reason, the book did not catch for me, but th [...]

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    4. A long time ago, I liked to collect books written by my favorite authors. Consequently I bought this book along with two others, because I love Meg Cabot my review of this book, Where Roses Grow Wild and Kiss the Bride . Which is ok, because these three historical romances have pretty much the same plot anyway.These books really pissed me off. Like to the point where I'm done with historical romances, (except I'll still read Georgette Heyer.)I am just so SO sick and tired of this trope.Man meets [...]

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    5. I read Regency romances avidly. This is among the most delightful I've read this year. You must read this book. The characters are charming, well-defined and believable. The plot has depth and substance, but is not gratuitously intricate. You read on to find out what happens next page after page. The interactions between hero and heroine are delightful, unexpected, revealing and endearing. And, ladies, Ms. Cabot can write a blistering love scene that is altogether proportionate and natural, not [...]

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    6. I think perhaps Meg Cabot's style doesn't transition well into historicals. She doesn't seem to care very much about writing in anacronic expressions or behaviours.Also I couldn't handle the tired sexist tropes. "Oh the hero has slept with more women than any other man in London" charming. I'm sure his dick isn't rotten with syphilis at all. "Oh the heroine is such a virginal princess, and it's her innocence that finally dazzles the rake". YAWN. Plus all those internal monologues where the hero [...]

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    7. Wow, wow, oh wow!! This was the best historical romance read by Patricia Cabot (Meg Cabot) evah!!Story goesCaroline saw her fiance in another woman's arms. Unlike any other woman freaking out, instead she finds herself lacking and therefore decides to seek help from an expertBraden Granville. He teaches her how to seduce a man, keep a man and saddle that man for lifebut throughout the times they spent together, there's no denying the attraction between them. Braden also feels strongly for her an [...]

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    8. Before reading this book, I never realized that Patricia Cabot was Meg Cabot (author of Nicola and the Viscount and Victoria and the Rogue, which, while YA, I totally enjoyed). I was therefore really excited to read Educating Caroline, and although it's pretty predictable, you can't help but love the chemistry between Caroline and Braden: I found it lighthearted and sweet, and thoroughly enjoyable Definitely not my last book by Patricia Cabot!

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    9. This story had a cute premise, and was nicely written. The rich but low-born hero knows his daughter-of-a-duke fiancee is cheating on him, but he can't find out who, so he can break off the engagement without getting sued for breach of contract and losing wads of money. The heroine discovers her fiance the marquis shagging the duke's daughter, but won't tell the hero who his fiancee is cheating with because she's afraid the hero will shoot him. (The hero is a dead shot and an up-from-the-gutters [...]

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    10. Educating Caroline by Patricia CabotB, blaze, no kink, historical, 439 pagesThis one read like a soap opera-in the best way possible.  I feel like a who's who might be the best way to start.Cast of Characters:Braden Granville-our hero, aka the Lothario of LondonLady Caroline Linford-our heroine, prim, proper, and, of course, virginalLady Jacquelyn Seldon-Braden's fianceMarquis of Winchilsea-Caroline's fianceDo you have it all straight now?  All right.  Here we go!We start off with Lady Caroli [...]

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    11. It had been way too long since I had read a Meg Cabot novel, and I'd all but given up on ever reading her works again. Her books for young adults have influences me so much, they remain in me always. So consider my surpise when I choose this book and see that it is written by the lovely Meg herself! I was excited to read it, knowing just well that I would definitely have fun, having read her historical romances for the YA readership. And disappoint me she didn't. This book had the signature Meg [...]

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    12. EM BREVE RESENHA

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    13. I really liked this book. Caroline is adorable. The plot is good and well written and even the secondary characters are well developed.

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    14. I’ve been on this kick for the last few years of attempting to acquire a complete Meg Cabot collection, because I do have a few holes in my collection. (This unfortunately means reacquiring the Airhead series. Yeah, I know, I hate those books, but I need to indulge my completionist urges.) The big problem, however, is her early historical romances that she wrote under Patricia Cabot, which have been out of print for years. I have managed to scoop up copies of An Improper Proposal and Lady of S [...]

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    15. Novel HR ini klo diedit ulang, paling nggak sepertiganya bisa dibuang krn repetisinya luar biasa banyaknya dan tidak penting pula utk diulang-ulang. Entah maksud author apa utk merepet model gini, apa coba yg mau ditekankan utk efek cerita? Supaya lucu? Gak juga. Gagal malah. Dikisahkan Lady Caroline menemukan tunangannya selingkuh dgn wanita yg sdh bertunangan dgn Perayu Ulung sekota London, Braden. Braden adalah social climber krn dirinya berasal dari kelas bawah di daerah kumuh. Sedangkan Car [...]

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    16. Rezension auch hier: buechertruhe/2011Inhalt:Die junge Lady Caroline erwischt ihren Verlobten in flagranti mit einer anderen Frau. Sie ist entsetzt - zumindest sollte sie das doch sein, oder? Doch welch Schande wäre es, die Verlobung zu lösen? Und immerhin ist ihr Verlobte, der Marquis, der Lebensretter ihres Bruders.Nein, sie musste ihn für sich gewinnen. Also nimmt sie Lehrstunden in Sachen Liebe zwischen Mann und Frau. Und das bei dem bekannten Schürzenjäger von London. Nur bleibt es bei [...]

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    17. I felt like some chick lit, and spotted a Meg Cabot novel on the iBooks sale list - it was a light, fluffy, funny thing I'd already read in high school. Some stalking in the same vein on my recommended reads list unearthed this and, seed planted, I decided to go with it. Surely, I thought, the Cabot must mean this was written under one of Meg's pen names. I was right, because I am a genius, but assumed this book would be a witty, plot-driven romance that was less Fifty Shades and more Ten Things [...]

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    18. The story line had a lot of cliches but since I read it because it had most of my popular tropes, I'm not complaining. A few things were very noteworthy like how Caroline had enough moral fibre to feel guilty about wanting to be with Braden even when she really loved him and she actually ran away to make sure she didn't succumb to her desires. That was not only highly mature of her but showed her sense of compassion and selflessness, even though I could argue that Hurst deserved to be cuckolded. [...]

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    19. The story line had a lot of cliches but since I read it because it had most of my popular tropes, I'm not complaining. A few things were very noteworthy like how Caroline had enough moral fibre to feel guilty about wanting to be with Braden even when she really loved him and she actually ran away to make sure she didn't succumb to her desires. That was not only highly mature of her but showed her sense of compassion and selflessness, even though I could argue that Hurst deserved to be cuckolded. [...]

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    20. Brief plot summary: a Victorian era betrothed woman accidentally sees her promised in a very comprimising position on the couch with another woman in the middle of a dinner party. Torn about canceling the wedding because her fiancé saved her brother's life in the past, the heroine sets out to win his heart by requesting lessons in seduction from a notorious rake.I really enjoyed aspects of this book, and even chuckled a few times. However, I felt it could have been trimmed down about 100 pages [...]

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    21. Ah, Braden-nya kurang manly, kurang memesonah, gak bisa bikin jantung pembaca jedag-jedug, standar ajaaaaaa. Masa perayu paling ulung seantero London kok kayak gak punya kemampuan merayu sih? Malah gelagepan ngadepi cewek lugu? Gampang bingung pula, gampang heran, gampang terkejut? Hadeeehk ada macho-machonya.Oya, si Winchilsea kan di sini diceritakan sebagai cowok yang gak pintar-pintar amat? Tapi kok pintar betul menyelinap ke sana ke mari, sampe anak buah Braden yang jebolan gang-gang kumuh L [...]

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    22. I read it only because it had most of my popular tropes

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    23. This was one of the first books I ever bought years ago when I got my first Kindle (actually I've just checked and it was the 6th I got but I think the first I ever actually bought since the others were free) and remains one of my much-reread favorites. I was actually a kid when I first bought this and I was so scared that my mom would know (since it was on her account) that I was buying a book with ~sex~ in it!Educating Caroline certainly isn't anything particularly remarkable, but nevertheless [...]

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    24. This started off fine, and got worse and worse until even the objectively sweet epilogue couldn't make me smile. I did not care for Braden and Caroline, together or apart, and I'm still unconvinced that they love each other. Or like each other. It just doesn't make sense. There is no proper moment of understanding, of identifying with one another, or of fascination. And I don't mean physical attraction, which is fickle and not really understandable - and which they apparently have in spades towa [...]

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    25. So this story did not do it for me. My sister told me she gave up after the first couple chapters and honestly I almost did as well. I need a skimmed through it shelf because this book was not one I wanted to sit down and devour. Basically Caroline is engaged to Hurst (I think he is a viscount). Hurst is screwing lady Jaquline every chance he gets. And Lady Jacqueline is engaged to marry Braden a rich gun maker whose competition is Colt. Anywho, Braden knows Jaqueline is stepping out but he has [...]

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    26. I started reading this genre with the likes of Julia Quinn and Lisa Kleypas and while I did enjoy their books I always found them to be repetitive, to the point at many times sounding like they were written by the same person. That doesn't happen with (Meg) Cabot, she is a proper writer so can create a narrative without getting lost in nonsense that serves no purpose. She actually tries really hard to make us believe these are characters from that time period, something that seems obvious but th [...]

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    27. Eu queria muito ter gostado desse livro. Mas muito mesmo. Não sei se foram problemas de tradução que deixaram o livro tão arrastado (e olha que a minha versão do livro no Kindle estava cheia de erros ortográficos e de diagramação) ou se os personagens de fato são chatos. A trama se arrasta até a metade do livro e só começa a melhorar pelo final, onde tudo é resolvido em poucos capítulos. Não tinha vontade de continuar lendo, mas persisti. Não valeu muito a pena não

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    28. 4 Estrelas!Adorei este livro, sinceramente não estava nada à espera de gostar tanto, mas amei!!! Só não dou as 5 estrelas porque demorei um pouco a entrar nas personagens e por isso demorei a lê-lo, mas a história é bastante interessante e divertida!

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    29. 4.5 stars

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