Tempt Me is a collection of five full-length novels from best-selling authors. This collection includes:
- Yours to Bare by Jessica Hawkins - A stand-alone contemporary romance
My journal is the one place I can be myself - as long as I can tie it up and put it away when I'm finished. But when Finn undoes the bow, he pulls strings that could unravel each of us.
- Show Me the Way by A.L. Jackson - A stand-alone single dad romance
When Rex meets his new neighbor, he knows he’s in trouble. Will he hide behind his walls or will he take the chance...
- Make Me Yours by Tia Louise - A stand-alone nanny/single dad romance
He’s a billionaire single dad who needs help. She’s a sassy single gal who needs work. Live-in nanny? What could go wrong?
- Breaker by Harloe Rae - A stand-alone brother's best friend romance
He didn’t mean to break my heart. Or maybe he did. I shouldn’t have made it so easy for him. Either way, our wrongs against each other carved new lines between us.
- Captain by Lauren Rowe - A stand-alone romantic comedy
I hate him. I really do. I just wish my brain would explain the situation to my body...because every time he flashes that panty-melting smile at me, it takes all my self-restraint not to jump the bastard’s hot-as-f--k bones.
- Caite T.
Sad about the hrs if life I'll never get back!
Wow, just repeat the same inner thoughts for like 30 chapters & that's what you'll get here in each of these stories, it's freaking torture! I finished a few just to give them the real chance, the past couple I cut off before the end because of the amount if pain it was causing to get there. They only narrator worth listening to was Zachary Webber, every other one was just adding additional discomfort to the bad writing. This was such a let down & makes me sad for the hours of my life wasted on these stories. I absolutely do not recommend any of these books.
Each story had a unique theme. saying that the endings were kind of predictable. it was nice yo have a collection of different author's in something like this so the stories didn't seem cookie cutter variety.