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by Ella Frank
Released: July 8, 2014
Series: Temptation #2
Published by Self Published
“At first, I didn’t like Logan in the first book. His actions on his own are jerkish, but I like the reaction he’s able to get out of Tate. So while that irked me in the beginning, I learned to love them as a unit in the end. This is why I’m rooting so hard for these men and cannot wait for the next book to come out!” ~ Under the Covers
Tate Morrison and Logan Mitchell couldn’t be more dysfunctional together. However Ella Frank does something very unique with book two in the Temptation series. She takes two very strongly defined men and gives them something else to live for. At first, I wasn’t sure how I was going to work since they have more quarrelling more than chemistry but damnit, Frank somehow made it happen and not only that; she did it in a very fun and entertaining way!
As Tate and Logan navigate through these unknown areas, readers get a deep sense of their troubles and conflict. Having never experienced such intense attraction before, this is all new for them and the risks they will take are all the more nerve-wracking because of it.
But the real reason why I came to enjoy this book so much is that Frank writes beautiful chemistry between these two characters. At first, I didn’t like Logan in the first book. His actions on his own are jerkish, but I like the reaction he’s able to get out of Tate. So while that irked me in the beginning, I learned to love them as a unit in the end. This is why I’m rooting so hard for these men and cannot wait for the next book to come out!
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