Tempted by His Kiss kindle ´ Mass Market Paperback

Tracy Anne Warren î Tempted by His Kiss book

Tempted by His Kiss kindle ´ Mass Market Paperback ß London Society knows the Byrons are “mad bad and dangerous” and every bit as fascinating as their poetic non relation This tempestuous family is famous for scandal and legendary at loveOrphaned beauty Meg Amberley is caught in a snowstorm and takes refuge at the estate of Er reputation compromised he proposes a pretend engagement and a London Season where she can find a husband But as their charade deepens Cade can’t let her go vowing to tempt her with a kiss that just may lead to forev I am a fan of the trapped together because of a snowstorm conceit and this was good enough at first It very uickly turns into a fake engagement but we both wish it was real only are too shy also I am in love with his family and don't like lying book with a touch of dead first love and French spy poses as English nobility These cliche plots are well used for a reason and I don't mind them but this ended up being nothing BUT a cliche The heroine's hair looks like moonlight The family loves her The loveable and wacky family who will all get their own book The family friend of the brothers who will clearly end up with the sister The hero knowing best and telling the heroine so The heroine deciding she knows best and doing something dumb anyway The dumb thing gets her in trouble and the hero has to save the day Spoiler?It even has one of the oldest and most done cliches at the end The heroine rather than ask the hero what his feelings are decides that she doesn't want to be an obligation so she runs away By mail coach Alone Like an idiot Then the hero chases the coach and everyone is like oh my is that a highwayman? and he is like no I'm not but that lady needs to come with me other works often slip a that lady has stolen my heart uip but no matter what the coach ALWAYS assumes the beautiful horse andor carriage is a highwayman and the heroine is like no Im not coming with you and the coach is all like yeah you tell him sister but the hero says she's my wife and the coach does that scratching record sound that is in every shitty movie preview ever They start saying well if thats your husband you cant run away from him missy and the heroine is like no he is lying that dick and the hero says something about her running away and often insinuates that she drinks andor is super spoiled and is running away because she hates housework or to be with a lover but no matter what it is always super insulting to her and the coach people shove her off and she makes a big show of saying that she will just wait for the next one and then they finally talk and realize that they love each other and the book endsThis scene takes place in pretty much every third regency romance I read and I am so sick of it

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London Society knows the Byrons are “mad bad and dangerous” and every bit as fascinating as their poetic non relation This tempestuous family is famous for scandal and legendary at loveOrphaned beauty Meg Amberley is So I liked this but I'm not sure if I am the biggest fan of this author's style it seems like she's the type with heroes who don't recognize they are in love with the heroines until like the last 5 pages of the book and are just overwrought with miscommunication or straight up inability to communicate because that's how I felt here as well as in book 2

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Tempted by His KissCaught in a snowstorm and takes refuge at the estate of Lord Cade Byron Haunted by his past Cade has buried himself in the country Then Meg with her lush curves and soft blonde hair invades his house and his life With h Despite the contrived plot devise at the end of the story I still really like Tracey Anne Warren's writingIs it typical regency? Yep Is it implausible? Yep Is it amusing romantic and sexy when it needs to be? Yep And frankly that's what I look for when I pick up a regency these daysLately I've been reading some things that have really had problems Mainly because of something lacking in one or both of the characters It's historical romance I expect implausibility except in certain cases and they are few and far between and always surprise the heck out of me It's all part of the fun But if I can't warm to the characters or one of the characters becomes a shrewmonster by the end I just don't feel like suspending my disbelief anyOkay that said this is implausible and contrived But the lead characters are really very nice and they have excellent chemistry The heroine's sudden descent into TSTL notwithstanding she's actually a pretty well made character And that's why I liked this story and why I'm looking forward to reading the next one in TAW's Byrons series For me it's all about the characters Sometimes the plot can get so absurd that I can't get over it but really if the protagonists are engaging and entertaining I can put up with a lot This plot is not absurd Just not new Enoch did it better with England's Perfect Hero but that one's pretty hard to beat So I recommend this one for a decent lazy day read And the villain's a true baddie and he's going to get his by the end evil laugh Pretty darn good if I do say so myself