I received a copy of this book Barclay Publicity in exchange for an honest review.

I’ve read from Elizabeth Bemis before, and I actually enjoyed that book. That’s why when the opportunity came to review another book from her, I didn’t hesitate to do so. I still ended up liking the book. Temptation And Tequila is a second book in its series, but it can be read as a standalone. There were a few things that I maybe would have understood more if I read the first book, but the gist of the story pretty much stood on its own in this book.

Ms. Bemis’ books are of the clean variety. Sex scenes are mostly fade to black. I love my sexy times as explicit and as dirty as they come, but I still apppreciate clean books that still give this particular reader a good time, and that’s what I got from this book. I have to honestly say that there were some character issues or flaws that I couldn’t really just ignore. I don’t like heroes who take too much time in making up their minds, and the hero in this book skated on a thin line for me. I also didn’t understand a lot of people in this book’s town.

Anyway, I mostly don’t have any complaints about the book. I liked it. I enjoyed it. If I had another chance to read a book by the same author, I would definitely still do so. In fact, I might even go back and look for the first book in this series, so I can read it and maybe get a better grasp of the bigger picture.

Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – Promises And Pina Colada

Book 2 – Temptation And Tequila

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