Series: Falling for You #2
Published by Entangled: Brazen on February 24, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotica, Second Chance Romance
Character(s): Military Guys, Reclusive Heroes
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When one touch isn’t enough, why resist?
Road trips are supposed to be fun. Or, at least, full of hot sex. For photographer Lilly Grayson, the fifteen-hour drive to her friend’s wedding with Nate Jennings will be neither. Not that Nate isn’t sexy—the man is six-foot-three-inches of mouth-watering Marine. But Lilly’s been there, done that…and he walked away. Now it’s time for a little payback. The kind that’ll make a man desperate for a taste of what he can’t have.
And Nate wants a taste—so badly that he can barely keep his hands on the wheel. But the scars and ghosts of his last tour still haunt him. He can’t give into temptation, not this time. Lilly deserves a whole man—one who can love her the way she deserves to be loved, even if she doesn’t believe it can happen. And that can’t be Nate. Not when he’s leaving again in two weeks, and this time, he’s not sure he’ll return…
Erin: A second chance romance, a road trip, a damaged soldier and a woman determined not to get her heart broken again are the premise for Nicolette Day’s Tempted by the Soldier, book two in her Falling for You series brought to you by Entangled Brazen. If all of that sounds like your cup of tea, then this book is definitely for you.
Second chance romances are always among my favorites and this one didn’t disappoint. Full of lots of steamy sexual tension, delicious flirting, and some very sexy times made this lots of fun from beginning to end. Nate Jennings broke Lily Grayson’s heart a year ago and now he’s back and they’re stuck in a car for 15 hours on their way to a wedding. He’s suffering from PTSD and she vows he won’t hurt her again. What ensues is lots of sizzling chemistry, romance, and two very engaging, likable characters. There are plenty of tender and sweet moments between these two as they navigate their way from hurt to passion and it was wonderful to see. This book made me swoon and sigh, and I highly recommend it.