Love and Seduction

The Other Side of Midnight

Source: Goodreads
Paris…Washington…a peaceful Midwestern campus…a fabulous villa in Greece…all part of a terrifying web of intrigue and treachery as a ruthless trio of human beings – an incredibly beautiful film star, a legendary Greek tycoon, a womanizing international adventurer- use an innocent American girl as a bewildered, horror-stricken pawn in a desperate game of vengeance and betrayal, love and lust, life and death…



This is another book that I read that also wanted vengeance. Though the plot is about vengeance, there are some factors in life that is in the story. Those are LOVE and SEDUCTION.

These two things are all experienced and done by Noelle Page. She loved a man who betrayed her. She used seduction to take revenge on that man and she failed on doing this because of love. She thought that all her love to him was now in trash but it came rushing down on her when she confronted that man. Seduction had become a big part of Noelle, she wouldn’t meet her love again if she didn’t use her beauty to control men. And that become the danger in the story. She had use a man that is capable of destroying a life. In the end, the lovers are sentenced to death because of something grave.

For me, links together in passion. It is, I think, what I’ve learned in the story. Noelle wouldn’t have come far if there isn’t passion. Her passion on giving love and her passion on vengeance. Still, what she had done was wrong but I think deep inside she would become a better person if she just used her passion in love.



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