TOO MUCH TEMPTATION
When Noah Harper catches his fiancée having wild, passionate sex with another man, he's not upset. He's not even angry. He's mostly just relieved. Until that moment, he hadn't realized how much he'd been hoping that Kara would do something to justify an end to their engagement.
Personal assistant Grace Jenkins is outraged. She knows that Noah is an honorable man and there is no way he'd break off his commitment to Kara without good reason. When everyone assumes the worst of Noah, Grace's protective instincts are aroused.
When Grace arrives at Noah's apartment, he's in a near drunken stupor. To make matters more volatile, he hasn't had decent sex in months. And there's Grace: voluptuous, sexy, and sweetly concerned. Even though he knows she's not a woman to be played with, Noah simply cannot resist her.
Author Lori Foster has written an intensely erotic novel about two slightly insecure, wonderful characters. Though their lovemaking includes hints of consensual bondage, the story focuses more on how love can empower men and women. (Mar., 384 pp., $14.00)