Monday, June 19, 2017

Mini Review: Sinful Temptation (Temperance Falls: Selling Sin #1) by: London Hale

Release Date: June 20, 2017
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Source: I received a copy of this book from the author and voluntarily provided a fair and honest review.
"She’s too sinful to resist
I escaped my hometown the second I could, only to be brought back by my late grandmother’s will. The Christian bookstore and tea shop she bequeathed to me was the perfect place to open the island’s only adult toy store. Being across the street from a church is a bonus. Even better? The new to town, hot as sin pastor I’d love nothing more than to sully. Pastor Noah may be off-limits, but that won’t stop me from tempting him.

He could lose it all if he gives in
Sin is my greatest obsession and my congregation’s biggest distraction. Harper—the owner of the aptly named adult store—is too forward, too overtly sexual for such a quiet island town, which is why I can’t keep my eyes off her. One chance encounter, one moment of surrender, and my fate is sealed. No amount of praying will absolve me of these sins."

My Thoughts:

Sinful Temptation is yet another good read from London Hale. They are quickly becoming a go to for me when I need something short and sweet and dirty. Ever heard the saying “prince in the streets and a beast in the sheets”? That is Noah to a tee. Holy wow he was something else. He was so ridiculously dirty and steamy but he was also such a gentleman. Oh and did I mention he is a Pastor? Cue some serious The Thornbirds flashbacks… except much much dirtier. I adored him and Harper together and their dynamic was fantastic. And Harper? She is the owner of the local sex shop. A pastor and a sex shop owner probably don’t seem like a great pair, but these two belong together. They complement one another so well and just fit. I loved the taboo-ness of their relationship and I especially enjoyed watching Noah tell the world to eff off. Temperance Falls is such a wonderful place and I never want to leave.

1 comment:

  1. Ohh, wow, this definitely sounds like a taboo read! But really interesting. I don't think I've ever read a romance book with this sort of dynamic before! I'm interested in checking it out.

    Great review!

    Ashtyn @ Wonderland’s Reader!

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