Review: Temptation Returns by Lisa Carlisle

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Review: Temptation Returns by Lisa Carlisle

Antonio returns from the Marine Corps to begin a new life as a civilian. While visiting Cape Cod, he meets a strange woman who reads his Tarot cards. He doesn't believe in such nonsense; after all, he's a Marine. When he returns to Boston, he receives a ticket to a rock club where he runs into the one woman he never forgot.

Lina can’t believe Antonio is back in town, right before her wedding. Being around him again resurrects long-buried feelings. Will she be able to resist temptation in the form of a dark-haired Italian Marine, the same man who once broke her heart?

Title: Temptation Returns
Author: Lisa Carlisle
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Rock Me Tonight , Bloodlust and Metal , Gargoyle's Embrace, Rock My Senses
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: January 13th 2015
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 100 pages
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-half-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
300 Review

Antonio, a SEAL, returns from Afghanistan after his service is done.  He’s ready to begin his new life, with one caveat. He’s never stopped loving his one and only true love, Lina.  He broke up with her not wanting her to worry about him in the service.

At the local carnival, a tarot card reader reads his cards for him.  He doesn’t believe her until he receives a ticket in the mail for a club just as she said he would. He goes to the club and finds Lina there.  Seeing her again brings up old memories for both of them. He vows then and there to make Lina his. But Lina hides a secret.  She’s supposed to get married in a couple of weeks.  How can she want to spend time with Antonio when she’s supposed to get married??

This is a super short book that was a highly enjoyable read! I liked Lina and Antonio together! The book kept my interest and I read it virtually straight through! I like Lisa Carlisle’s writing style and I look forward to more from her to read

 

 

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