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by Bella Andre
Released: August 12th 2015
Series: The Morrisons #2
Published by LLC
“What I like about Andre’s writing is that you always know what you are getting”
~ Under the Covers
Bella Andre never fails to disappoint. In the second book to the Morrisons series, TEMPT ME LIKE THIS is a sweet burn between Drew Morrison and Ashley Emmit.
When Ashley doesn’t get accepted in her first-choice school, she pulls some strings and lands herself on tour with the biggest rock star. But she doesn’t actually expect to get up close and personal with Drew quite like this. When they begin to share a tour bus together, it’s game over. Ashley cannot resist Drew’s charm any more than she is able to enjoy his music. Both become inspired by one another and Andre weaves a sweet tale that will no doubt sweep reader’s off their feet.
What I like about Andre’s writing is that you always know what you are getting. Although this is a New Adult series, Andre keeps to her brand of heroes. She likes them sweet and charming, with that mysterious edge that makes them so irresistible. It’s why all her heroes to date have been so fun and delicious. She just knows how to cater to her readers.
This also isn’t Andre’s first time writing about rockstars. Her Sullivans series feature a couple of famous people as well but I think the real inspiration comes from Andre’s own experience as a musical artist. It’s nice to see how she is able to incorporate those experiences into her books as I think it gives it something more to look forward to.
I’ve been really enjoying this series and cannot wait to see what else is in store for the Morrisons!
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