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Don't Tempt Me (Hqn) Paperback – July 26, 2016
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About the Author
Lori Foster is a New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author with books from a variety of publishers, including Berkley/Jove, Kensington, St. Martin’s, Harlequin and Silhouette. Lori has been a recipient of the prestigious RT Book Reviews Career Achievement Award for Series Romantic Fantasy, and for Contemporary Romance. She’s had top-selling books for Amazon, Waldenbooks and the BGI Group. For more about Lori, visit her Web site at www.lorifoster.com.
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Jason is so unbelievably patient with Honor. At first he didn’t understand why she didn’t want his help with remodeling since that is what he does for a living. Jason slyly set it up for his nephew Colt to help Honor when she needed it. I love how he just waits for her to ask him for help. It’s so small at first, then she asks for help with bigger and bigger things. He slowly starts to understand why she is so reserved on asking for help. Especially after he finds out why she leaves the house at all hours, especially in the middle of the night. Jason is an all around good guy and I think his calm temperament helps Honor’s uptight temperament. They are perfectly flawed for each other.
Sullivan comes off as so secretive.. I love how you don’t even meet him right away. He doesn’t have time to be involved with anyone. Sullivan is to busy trying to make his martial arts school a success while helping the less fortunate kids. Then he randomly meets Lexie by helping her carry in a plant to Honor’s house. He’s trying to keep his distance but something about the carefree in your face Lexie is appealing to him.
Oh Lexie how lovely you are! She comes off as an over the top kind of gal. Says what she wants when she wants, which of course seems to rub Sullivan the wrong way. I adore how she has Honor’s back no matter when or why. She’s so flirty with all the guys in the neighborhood but never crosses any lines until she meets Sullivan. It was so appealing how Lexie put on a big front that she didn’t care how other people saw her but underneath it all it really mattered what they thought.
All of the characters in this book had great depth. Even the “side” characters like Colt and Violet. I just wanted to pick them apart and see what made them tick. I really hope to see more of them soon! All in all I would highly recommend this book!!
Honor moves into a run down house next door to Jason, his brother Hogan, and nephew Colt. Honor is soft spoken, stubborn, and very independent. She also is very secretive and keeps odd hours. Jason wants to know everything about her and is very attracted to her. Of course the feeling is mutual.
Jason is a handyman of all sorts. Woodworking, small appliance repair, building doghouses. He wants to help Honor with her renovations, but she keeps saying no and wanting to keep her indepence. She does not want to rely on anyone.
Honor has a lot going on in her life. Her grandfather being sick, a family that is just rude and disrespectful, and a job as a stylist. She had it rough growing up and does not want to depend on anyone at all. She has a major stubborn streak. But Jason works his way in and breaks down her walls and makes her realize that himself, his brother, nephew, and neighbors are there for her and will always be there for her.
Great read. Relaxing, enjoyable, and another classic from Lori!