Don’t Tempt Me Review

Hi all! Sorry for the late post and missing last week. My life has been super crazy for a little bit and reading had to take a place on the back burner. Just a quick update because I am super proud, my sorority held a walk for our philanthropy F.O.R.C.E  about 3 weeks ago. F.O.R.C.E  raises money for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. We more than doubled our donation from last year so yay!

This week I read Don’t Tempt Me by Sylvia Day. It is one of the books in her Georgian Series and is set in Paris. Day’s writing is erotic and entertaining and I loved the book. There were however a lot of moving parts to the story, it was almost confusing. The two main couples in the book were Phillippe and Marguerite and Simon and Lynette. Their separate stories were beautiful and mirrors of each other.

For the month of March I am doing an author spotlight. I picked Julia Quinn so get ready for lots of historical romance and Pinterest boards inspired by her books. Don’t Tempt Me is a great transition from my erotic February because it is also a historical romance, albeit a little less erotic than some of the other books I read last month.  Next week I will be posting twice to make up for skipping last week’s post.


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