Book Review: A Forbidden temptation by Anne Mather


Title: A Forbidden Temptation
Author: Anne Mather
Publisher: Harlequin
Length: 190 Pages
ISBN: 978-0-373-13416-8


An unwanted desire… 

With the death of his wife still raw, Jack Connolly’s mood is dark and dangerous. He’s not looking for a woman, until he meets buttoned-up but beautiful Grace Spencer, who stirs his senses back to life. Yet Jack cannot act on his feelings, as Grace belongs to another!

An impossible affair… 

Trapped in a fake relationship to safeguard her family, Grace knows crossing the line with Jack would risk everything she holds dear. Beneath the hunger she sees in Jack’s eyes is the promise of something more…but is it enough for her to surrender to a taste of the forbidden?

My Review:

Most of the drama was created by the heroine.  It was really hard to like her.  How stupid could she be, and she was supposed to be smart.  This is the main reason why I did not enjoy this Harlequin as much as the others. Their chemistry was not strong.  They need some more romantic development.  The ghost was a little odd.  I live in the States, so all the places were confusing. The only thing  I like about this book is the hero, Jack.  The hero is a big part of any romance books, after all this book was not too bad.

3 out of 5 stars
Received a free copy from Goodreads First Reads program in exchange for an honest review.


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