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Tempt Me: The Macintyre Brothers Series: Book One: 1 Paperback – 26 January 2019
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- Publisher : Acadian Publishing Limited (26 January 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 280 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1988265657
- ISBN-13 : 978-1988265650
- Dimensions : 13.97 x 1.8 x 21.59 cm
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Oldest son, Josh and his brothers have been charged with finding wives in order to get their first instalment.
Josh broke up with his fiancee after she was unfaithful, and he doesn't feel ready to trust another woman with his heart. He does, however, fancy a certain cute publishing intern.
When Ella suffered a heartbreak in New Hampshire, she took off for Manhattan, and an intern job she arranged with a publisher.
On her first day in the big city she literally runs into a hunky cyclist.
Thinking he is a courier rider she fancies him like mad.
But finding out he is the CEO of her work place makes her very nervous.
This first book in the MacIntyre Brothers Series looks very promising. Easy to read and hard to put down. Delightfully sensuous and amusing in places. I'll be checking on the next MacIntyre brother soon.
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But then Josh and Ella meet, with her having absolutely no idea who he really is (obviously). We begin to see that Josh could possibly be a really nice guy. But I cannot believe how naive Ella is. Getting robbed on her very first day in a new city - possibly. But then even considering accepting accommodation and money from a complete and utter stranger? She should be locked up for her own good.
After that the plot was really predictable. Mostly her fighting her feelings because he is too rich/ out of her league etc.etc. No real suspense/romance/depth of character. The story just fizzled out and finished with an annoying cliffhanger.
Pretty sure it could have been a half way decent story if the author had cut out all the unnecessary padding and just written the one book.
The first book features Josh, the CEO of the company his late father ran. He’s been cheated on by his fiancée and can’t think of anything he’d like less than finding a wife.
Ella is in the same situation: three weeks before she was due to marry, she found her fiancé ‘boinking’ (who says that?) his secretary. She leaves New Hampshire for New York to start again and literally bumps into Josh, knocking him off his bike.
After this meet-cute, they skirt around each other, wanting to get involved but fighting shy due to past hurts. Josh seems to get over his hang-ups quicker than Ella and pursues her relentlessly, realising just how much he wants her.
Ella’s more cautious and second-guesses herself constantly. Can she ever put her past behind her and move on?
This is a cute, well written romance and a great start to the series. I look forward to reading all about the other Macintyre brothers too.
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