- File Size: 3075 KB
- Publication Date: October 17, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07JK8PLJ8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,642 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Temptation Kindle Edition
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This is a fantastic romance story, one that you’ll want to curl up with and read all the way through.
I really enjoyed this book and loved Siva and Sloane together. There was something about Siva that made me love him. Maybe it was how guarded he was and how Sloan helped to break down his walls. They were so good together. But with that being said there was something missing for me. It was as if I was missing pieces of a puzzle. I just felt that there were still questions that needed answers.
I have read and loved all of Micalea Smeltzer’s books. I did enjoy this one as well. There was some drama and angst and a great love story between two very unlikely people. Just needed a little more.
In summary, Sloane was living with Dev Kapur and they were planning to marry. Suddenly one day, Dev dies in an accident and his father, who owns the flat they lived in, throws her out without any consideration. Rajas Kapur is the one we love to hate in this story. Siva, who is Dev’s older brother, has been estranged from his family for the past ten years, and appears suddenly to Dev’s funeral. When he learns about his father’s plans, he rescues Sloane and takes her to live in his flat until she can solve her situation.
Siva is moody and has very severe character swings. I really thought he suffered from bipolar syndrome with the way he changed behavior from a gentleman to a gremlin. Even so, Sloane was captivated by him and felt a chemistry like she never had with Dev.
Their attraction evolves slowly, with some work and family related drama that cause chaos and despair. Some parts in the dramatic scenes didn’t ring very real to me but were actually necessary to the story. I didn’t feel like I got a clear explanation for Rajas and Siva’s behavior apart from the event that caused their estrangement. I think this plotline needed some more work. Even so, the story is captivating and I enjoyed it very much and I loved Siva and Sloane and Sloane’s mum.