Unbridled Temptation was offered to me for an honest review by Manic Readers
Jocelyn's chauvinistic, egoistical jerk of a father has bullied and ordered her to find her nineteen year old sister, Jenna, pushing her to do things she finds distasteful. The one lead she has leads her to an old west park where she decides to kill two birds with one stone by taking a day for her-self to explore the town which she wants to do and if she is lucky get near a computer just long enough to find information on the wayward sister's boyfriend. Her plans change slightly when she meets Logan and Kendall.
Logan and Kendall fall hard for the charming Ms Demarco but that quickly grows to suspicion and distrust when they learn she could very well be the person that has twice hacked their computer system. When she returns to them there are tears and near miss on some really hot and steamy bedroom scene.
Wow, so I scrambled for the last two days to get Unbridled Temptation read, what with all the curve balls my schedule has thrown at me the last few weeks I am surprised I finished another book in the nick of time and now here I am undecided on where I wish to begin. Do I start at the slow beginning or the unrealistic speed at which our characters fell in love with each other? Hmmm decisions, decisions :)
I think we will start with the characters and my surprise that even though the characters are pretty shallowly written I was still able to connect with them. Let's see what I learned about them, they are horny, they have jobs and can all have jobs but are also well moneyed, they want sex, one of the men has a mercenary for a brother, and Jocelyn is a computer security specialist or hacker. So shallow isn't exactly the right phrase to use but to fall in love after two separate sexcapades seems a bit unrealistic because really? Who does that? But then I couldn't stop reading once I got past the first couple of chapters, go figure, maybe it's the fact that I found only one spot that required an edit, or maybe it was the really hot sex scenes. Hmmm, guess I will just have to read Unbridled Temptation again to decide what it is about this book that had me entranced.
I originally posted this review here http://lauralusbookreviews.blogspot.com/2015/04/unbridled-temptation-montana-double.html...Continua