Add to Cart. About Taste of Temptation Destitute spinster Helen Hamilton finds herself at a brothel where she agrees to sell herself to a client of wealth and prestige.
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He eventually shapes up and the book does a lot of hard legwork to make him the right guy for Caroline, but that beginning is hard for him to shake. Kelly gets right.
A Taste of Temptation book. Read 18 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. She Came to Avoid a ScandalOlivia Banning came to London to. The Taste of Temptation book. Read 39 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Travel back in time to Scotland with bestselling author Jul. .
But a cloud hangs over the romance; the hero and heroine meet because Moray wants to blackmail Caroline into giving him what he wants. Sorry, authors: blackmail is not romantic. Kelly imports a lot of fresh ideas into her work, but those ideas end up being subsumed by notions like these. The book is uneven, occasionally brilliant; most of its characters shine, and the romance takes on an interesting pattern after a while.
But its unevenness makes it a frustrating experience that ekes out a recommendation in spite of its difficult points. It was a frequent trope in a LOT of contemps in the 80s and 90s in the Desire line from what I can remember. I think it got popular in reaction to the wave of plucky reporter heroines we got in media Mary Richards, Murphy Brown, etc.
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