Love is the greatest risk of all.
After seven days in a coma, Hannah Parker remembers nothing about the accident that landed her in the hospital—or how she ended up pregnant with Brannon’s baby, the man she’s loved since high school. Her body and heart have burned for him for years, and when she wakes up, he’s sleeping by her bedside, anxious to keep her safe at all costs. But as Hannah struggles with her amnesia, a threat looms closer—one that could have deadly consequences if she recovers her memories. She will have to trust Brannon completely if she is to keep what haunts her at bay…and their baby safe….
Brannon McKay spent the last ten years fantasizing about Hannah. In his mind, he’s explored every passionate scenario he can think of while, in real life, Brannon took their budding relationship and threw it away with both hands. Hannah doesn’t remember what happened but now that she is awake, Brannon would rather die than watch her walk away again. When Hannah and his unborn child’s lives are threatened, Brannon must stake claim to the woman who has held his heart captive for years…or risk disaster tearing them apart…
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
The second book in Shiloh Walker's The McKays series opens at breakneck speed and doesn't slow down. Hannah Parker wakes up after seven days in a coma to find that she can't remember her name, the details of the accident that landed her in the hospital, or even the fact that she is pregnant. She does remember the baby's father, though: wealthy Brannon McKay, the man who broke her heart. Deliciously soapy, The Trouble with Temptation blends drama and mystery with sexy romance.
Walker's taut second McKays contemporary romantic thriller (after Headed for Trouble) is a scorcher. Hannah Parker was the plump nerdy girl in high school, with a huge crush on handsome, wealthy Brannon McKay. In adulthood, the two of them got together for some no-strings-attached sex. As the story begins, Hannah is in a coma after an attack that left another woman dead. Hannah wakes up after a week and learns that she's got two difficult realities to deal with: she has amnesia, and she's pregnant. When Brannon finds out that Hannah's carrying his child, he realizes he's been in love with her all along. It becomes clear that someone is ready to kill to keep secrets buried but can she and Brannon find out who it is, before one or both of them is murdered? Frustratingly, Walker once again keeps readers guessing as to who the true villain is, ending this installment with another cliff-hanger. However, the vibrantly drawn primary and secondary characters and deft plotting will keep readers coming back, eager to solve the tantalizing mystery.