Diary of an Accidental Wallflower (Seduction Diaries, #1)Diary of an Accidental Wallflower by Jennifer McQuiston

Seduction Diaries book 1


February 24, 2015

The first irresistible installment in New York Times bestselling author Jennifer McQuiston’s Seduction Diaries series proves that some secrets are too delicious to hide.

Pretty and popular, Miss Clare Westmore knows exactly what (or rather, who) she wants: the next Duke of Harrington. But when she twists her ankle on the eve of the Season’s most touted event, Clare is left standing in the wallflower line watching her best friend dance away with her duke.

Dr. Daniel Merial is tempted to deliver more than a diagnosis to London’s most unlikely wallflower, but he doesn’t have time for distractions, even one so delectable. Besides, she’s clearly got her sights on more promising prey. So why can’t he stop thinking about her?

All Clare wants to do is return to the dance floor. But as her former friends try to knock her permanently out of place, she realizes with horror she is falling for her doctor instead of her duke. When her ankle finally heals and she faces her old life again, will she throw herself back into the game?

Or will her time in the wallflower line have given her a glimpse of who she was really meant to be?

My Thoughts

*I received this book from Edelweiss for the purpose of an honest review. *

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DIARY OF AN ACCIDENTAL WALLFLOWER by Jennifer McQuiston is book one in the Seduction Diaries series. I have to say I wasn’t sure what to expect. The story is quick,but at times I wanted things to move along faster. This is a different take on a wallflower, because Clare doesn’t start out as a wallflower but does find out what it’s like to be one. Fans of historical romance will likely enjoy DIARY OF AN ACCIDENTAL WALLFLOWER. The characters are well written and enjoyable. I especially loved Daniel, he’s not your average hero in a historical romance which makes him a wonderful treat. The romance between Clare and Daniel is believable and will make you smile. I did enjoy this one and look forward to reading the next book. A wonderful setting and story for any historical fan.


Heat: Mild

Reviewed by WendyK