Author Jean Rattay pens an enticing story full of twists and turns that leave characters always having to choose one thing over the other. "Sara’s Seduction" follows a story of a daughter of a prominent man as she leaves the comfort of her home to seek out freedom from their highly-scrutinized life and as she looks for love and warmth her family has deprived her; and finds a man rich with material possessions but is so much afraid of marriage and commitments.
Sara Brown is the daughter of Senator Frank Brown. Being a child of one of the prominent persons in society, her life seems to be an interesting topic for almost everyone. Determined to get away from the limelight and to prove herself worthy of her family, Sara asks her dad for a loan to start her own business. Senator Brown agrees, but on the condition that if Sara’s business does not make profit over the span of five years, she will have to return and work in her father’s office.
In the course of her new business venture, Sara meets Nick Reardon, a real estate tycoon. Sara plans to seduce Nick to let her rent the place she eyes for her venture. Tables turn when Nick sets his eyes on Sara and he begins to seduce her to his bed. Sara, not completely immune of Nick’s charms falls for him and they became a couple. Just when happy-ever-after is within Sara’s reach, Nick leaves her accusing her of using their unborn child as a key to tie him to marriage and commitments; things he abhors.
Now pregnant, Sara is torn between choosing to give up the baby to save her family’s name from the brink of scandal or choose the baby and smear their immaculately clean name. Sara must choose, and she has to do this alone. Readers will follow and be drawn to a journey of experiencing the dilemma of being politician’s family member as they read through the engaging pages of this unputdownable book.
"Sara’s Seduction" is not just a tale that comes to life through the author’s imagination put to print; but it is first and foremost a story that really happens in this ever scrutinizing society.
This book was featured at the 2013 California Library Association Book Exhibit in Long Beach, Calif., last November 3-5, 2013.