It Takes Two to Tumble: Seducing the Sedgwicks

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Avon Books
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4.1 X 6.4 X 0.9 inches | 0.25 pounds
Mass Market Paperbound

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About the Author

Cat Sebastian writes queer historical romances. Cat's books include We Could Be So Good and the Turner series, and have received starred reviews from Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, and Booklist. Before writing, Cat was a lawyer and a teacher and did a variety of other jobs she liked much less than she enjoys writing happy endings for queer people. She was born in New Jersey and lived in New York and Arizona before settling down in a swampy part of the South. When she isn't writing, she's probably reading, having one-sided conversations with her dog, or doing the crossword puzzle.

"This novel left our hearts bursting with happiness and it is a must-read for fans of historical romances."
"Cat Sebastian has a place on my keeper shelf!"--Tessa Dare, New York Times bestselling author
"Achingly beautiful, heartbreakingly realistic, magnificently written; simply sublime!"--Fresh Fiction
"The novel soars most in the moments where we see Phillip and Ben's love propel them to find understanding with other members of their families... Sebastian's latest checks all the boxes for a delightful winter read."--Entertainment Weekly
"Sebastian's latest elegantly and eloquently written Regency historical... slowly unfolds into an unforgettable love story that manages to be both sweetly romantic and sizzlingly sensual at the same time, demonstrating once again why Sebastian is one of the brightest new stars in the romance genre."--Booklist (starred review)
"Fans of Regency romances and M/M pairings, here is your must-read for the month. The first book in Sebastian's Seducing the Sedgwicks series has everything you want in a page-turning story."--RT Book Reviews (top pick)
"...there is something quicksilver and alive at the heart of this book that refuses to be pinned down to commonplace realism."--The Seattle Review of Books