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TEMPTATION AND SURRENDER
BY STEPHANIE LAURENS
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No doubt about it – Jonas Tallent has really been enjoying his life. After all, he is handsome and wealthy. He spends his time playing cards and indulging himself with all kinds of women.
Jonas, who is almost bored of this type of lifestyle, agrees to take over the estate of his family. His first order of business is to find a new innkeeper for the village inn, Red Bells. The previous innkeeper did not do a good job and as a result the inn is in need of many repairs.
Emily Beauregard Colyton has just been granted guardianship over her four siblings. Emily moves to Devon. Needless to say, she now has very little money left and is ecstatic when she sees the job for the innkeeper.
When Emily applies for the job, Jonas thought this was no place for a lady – especially one as attractive as Emily. He had one problem – no other candidates to fill this position. Jonas decides to give Emily a try at running the inn to see what she can do. Much to his surprise, she did an outstanding job.
Emily has an agenda of her own. She is trying, with very few clues, to find a family treasure buried in the village. She knows that if she finds the treasure, it will mean a great deal to her family.
Jonas agrees to help her in this quest and together they search for the treasure. There is a major problem – they are not alone. Someone is watching them!
Are they successful at finding the treasure? What happens to their relationship?
I enjoyed Temptation and Surrender mainly because of the characters. They are well developed and the author does a good job of describing them to the reader. The storyline keeps the reader interested with the combination of a romance and the mystery of trying to find a treasure while someone else is watching them at the same time.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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