Mistaken identity leads to love in TEMPT ME, the first book in the new steamy contemporary romance series THE MACINTYRE BROTHERS SERIES from USA Today Bestselling Author S. E. Lund:
I thought my life was all mapped out – marriage to my very ambitious fiancé, a career in business writing and a family.
Then I found my husband-to-be in the middle of more than just dictation with his nubile young 'sexretary' Bunni.
That's Bunni with an 'i' just so we're clear.
Brokenhearted, I swore off men in general and office romances in particular. I escaped to Manhattan with the plan of starting a new life on my own two feet, free of my cheating fiancé.
Despite an initial disastrous encounter with sexy bicycle courier Josh, I couldn't help but admire his buff body, sharp mind and sense of humor. On top of it, he was a real gentleman, offering to help me when my life crumbled around me.
Maybe a crass and meaningless relationship of sex, sex and more sex with his hunky and very buff cyclist body would be good enough. He might not be my own Mr. Big, but a fling with him would sure beat another session with B.O.B.
Then I discovered that the sexy bicycle courier who stole my heart was none other than Joshua Macintyre Jr., one of America's richest bachelors.
Not only that, he's also my boss.
Now, I'm afraid I'm going to break all my rules about office romances…
THE MACINTYRE BROTHERS SERIES:
Five brothers. One hell of a last will and testament. Five couples find their happy ever after.
BOOK ONE: TEMPT ME is the story of Josh and Ella's beginning.
BOOK TWO: TEASE ME continues the story of their growing romance.
BOOK THREE: TAME ME follows the couple as they find their happy ever after.
Really good read
Hot hot hot
As Ella and Josh’s story unfolds you find yourself willing them on to happiness. It is obvious to us they would be perfect together but why do some people fight chemistry? This book leaves you wanting more. On to the next book....
Needs an edit at the very least
This book needs a ridiculous amount of editing. I can stand a few continuity mistakes, but there are just far too many. One minute the main character has her social security card stolen, the next page it’s the only ID she has left. Ella turns down an offer for a date and goes to sleep and we move on to the next day, but somehow she ends up in the restaurant. It’s just a constant mess. Never mind the bad dialogue and the fact that every character feels the need to state what they were doing 2 minutes ago. Awful.