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Far Too Tempting tells the story of Jane Black, a Grammy winning singer, for new artist. She wrote her debut album Crushed, after her husband and father of her son, left her because he was gay. She gets through her heartbreak by writing songs that reflect her desire to get through this tough time.
Matthew Harrigan is music reviewer who wants to do a series of interviews with Jane to get the true story of her music. The British hottie (!) then becomes more than friends to Jane and they embark on a lovely romance.
But there is something very special about Jane and Matthew's love story. It's not just the typical love story. Lauren takes the time to explain the intricacies of the music business, which I absolutely loved, gave the complete back story to Jane's hit album and what inspired it and even told us a bit about our eminently lickable rock journalist's background as a Baron! Not to mention all the incredible songs and artists featured throughtout. This book has it all.
Even though there is such attention to detail, I never felt bogged down by it. The book flows seamlessly, had the right about of angst but overall it was the passion these two feel for each other that kept me completely captivated. Talk about tingles down below, holy moly, Matthew and Jane's sex scenes were smoking hot!!
I can't recommend this book enough...you will not be disappointed!
I mean, there’s drama. Our heroine has been hurt in a very unique way. It’s not that she doesn’t trust men, it’s that she doesn’t trust herself and it’s a rough road back.
But if ever there were a perfect man to lead her back it’s Matthew. Holy dreamy Brit! I swear I have 100 different quotes highlighted from him. Everything sounds better in a British accent and Matthew is…….Oh my. Well, you just need to meet him. Really, this book is awesome. READ IT.
Author: Lauren Blakely
Title: Far Too Tempting
Series Title & Book #: Stand-Alone
Continuing plot or functional as stand-alone:
Overall feel: Hopeful and sweet with a good dose of emotion
Smexy level: It’s not super, super explicit, but the way Lauren descibes things is really, really sexy
Best for: When you want a good emotional read but don’t want to bawl-your-eyes-out
Read or Skip It? Read It
“What do you take me for? Some kind of man who’s not completely fixated on shagging his woman tonight? Of course I have a condom.”
So we all have gone through breaks ups right? We all have those certain songs that are made for breakups, for when we are angry, happy, and in love. Not to mention the party songs, but we can lump those in with the happy songs. Jane Black was a singer/song writer that hasn't caught a break, until now. Writing an epic breakup album that lands her in the spot she always dreamed of, but what happens after this epic album? Is she destined to only write break up ballads or can she find inspiration in something else? A reporter, Matthew Harrigan, wants to run a story on her. A behind the scenes story of Jane's musical process. He wants in her life in every way, but is it just because of his job?
This is why I love this book so much. I'm a huge fan of music, absolutely love music, and I totally fell in love with all of these characters. They each have their own quirkiness, but come together to forge something amazing. Jane's sister and brother are amazing. The fact that Owen, Jane's brother, is also her producer is amazeballs! I mean how cool would it be to sit in a studio and make magic happen with your brother? Totally would love that. Then there's Jane's sister Natalie, love her. She always has the best interest at heart. Then there's Ethan, love this kid, he reminds me of my munchkins.
But of course everything can't be perfect, how else would Jane be able to make a break up album? She was married to Aidan for quite a while and well obviously things didn't work out. Her album Crushed brought her to front and center. Now the big question... what do you write about next? Cue Matthew Harrigan. Maybe Jane just needed to feel something more than heartbreak to make her muse come alive... but does it? Matthew and Jane get close by working together on his interview, their attraction is off the charts.
"This feels so unreal, but yet here he is- wanting to kiss me. I would go into shock if I weren't completely tingling all over."
After so many years of not feeling wanted it's amazing to feel it. The way someone looks at you and desires you. The way you can't stop thinking about someone without getting flushed. The attraction and need are ever present with these two, there's no denying that. But what I really love about the way Lauren Blakely presented this story, is the way Jane falls in love again. How she struggles with the idea of it and when the realization hits, its too far gone for anything to change it. But it's not just on Jane's side. It's the way it all unfolds to come together. How trust is placed and tested. How every little moment leads up to a bigger one. Obviously I love this book, there's no denying that and if I gave star ratings I would totally give this book 10 stars. You have to pick this up and read it if you haven't.