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His Southern Temptation (Entangled Indulgence)

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  • Posted April 8, 2013

    I loved it!!! Robin Covington has written a sizzling hot love st

    I loved it!!! Robin Covington has written a sizzling hot love story, with characters that I would want to be friends with. 
    His Southern Temptation has a heroine Taylor Elliott that is independent, sassy and really cool.
    Lucky Landon is simply delicious and completely in love with her.
    I really liked how the roles were kind of reversed and it has him that was chasing her and the fact that she didn’t say ‘Oh okay he loves me so I will give up all my dreams just for him.’ I loved her strength.
    It was a fantastic read and I have nothing negative to say what so ever.
    Great Job Mrs. Covington and keep the books coming. ¿

    Blurb taken from Romance University.
    Some women are bad. Some women are a bad idea. The best ones are both…
    A former Black Ops assassin, “Lucky” Landon has had more near-misses than a man should ever have. Now he’s out of that business and settling into the simple life in his small hometown. So the last thing he ever expected was to end up at gunpoint. Or that the woman holding the gun would be his best friend’s little sister and Lucky’s on-again/off-again lover.
    Taylor Elliott is Trouble, and she likes it that way. And seeing Lucky again? Well, he’s been her dirty little secret for the past few years and everyone knows that secrets in a small town are almost impossible to keep. But Taylor has bigger problems on her plate. Like the local mob boss who wants her dead.
    And right now the only thing standing between Trouble and disaster is a hottie named Lucky…

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 7, 2013

    I¿m a big fan of lovers reunited and when I came across the oppo

    I’m a big fan of lovers reunited and when I came across the opportunity to review Robin Covington’s His Southern Temptation, I couldn’t resist. I haven’t read the first book in the series, A Night of Southern Comfort, and while I don’t think it’s necessary to read it before reading His Southern Temptation, I think it would help because you’ll be familiar with a lot of the characters mentioned. That being said, His Southern Temptation, is a good a standalone book.

    Like any person growing up in a small town, David “Lucky” Landon couldn’t wait to leave and his chance came when he enrolled in the US military. As a former assassin in the military, he’s done things he wishes he could forget. He decides he wants to buy his father’s farm, but before he does, he has one more job to do. He’s hired to find the whereabouts of Sarah Morgan and the case is proving more than he bargained for; no one will talk to him regarding Sarah. Meanwhile Taylor Elliott is only in town to help pack and sell her family’s house. Thinking an intruder is in the house she holds him at gunpoint and realizes it’s none other than Lucky. The feelings she had for him resurfaces and both must come to grips with what it all means. Will they be able to put the past aside or will they once again go their separate ways?

    I really enjoyed Covington’s writing and His Southern Temptation is a fast paced read. In terms of characterization, the characters are interesting and well-written. We find out how long Lucky and Taylor have known each other and the reason why they aren’t together. The differences between their backgrounds are also pointed out, with Lucky growing up on a farm and Taylor being part of a prominent wealthy family. Taylor has some relationship issues. Her parents haven’t had an ideal marriage and she’s afraid of heading down the same path. The constant relationship / no relationship discussion got a bit old especially once Taylor had made her mind. I understand her mother’s point when she tells Taylor she needs to live to her life and basically outlined what she gave up, but at the same time Taylor has had YEARS to think this through. That was my only small annoyance. While there are a lot of secondary characters, you’ll enjoy them. I loved Sheriff Burke and his untimely arrival in three memorable scenes involving Lucky and Taylor. The real standout secondary character is Taylor’s brother, Teague. He’s so stuffy and proper and I can’t wait for someone to come and turn his world upside down.

    The mystery of Sarah Morgan plays a minor role and while I was disappointed there wasn’t more to it, I realized after reading, this isn’t about Sarah, but about Lucky and Taylor. While I wanted to give it a three, I debated with the rating. In the end, the romance between Lucky and Taylor is the center of the novel and because of that, I gave it a four.

    My favorite quotes:
    It was time to channel the late, great Patrick Swayze and take “Baby” out of the corner.

    "Maybe what you’re looking for isn’t a place but a person."

    I’ll be going back to read A Night of Southern Comfort and am really looking forward to reading Teague Elliott’s story. If you’re a fan of romance, I recommend His Southern Temptation. Just be warned: it’s a sizzling read. You might need a cold shower or two after.

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  • Posted April 3, 2013

    Another winner from Robin Covington!  I loved this book.  I had

    Another winner from Robin Covington!  I loved this book.  I had to stop reading a few times to deal with the real world, and I couldn't wait to get back to Elliott, VA.  I want to live there.  Not to steal one of the boys for myself (although 2 are still available....).  I just want to live in this town, get to know these people, hang out at the diner.  
    Ms. Covington has created believable characters and relationships.  Her writing style combines humor, some suspense/mystery, and emotions in a believable yet unpredictable way. The love scenes are intense and well written.  I was hooked from the first sentence and disappointed when it was over.
    I have read books 1 & 2 of this series.  I can't wait to read the stories of Teague and Beck.  If you haven't read a Robin Covington book, try it.  You won't be disappointed.

    One of my favorite lines from the book "It was time to channel the late, great Patrick Swayze and take 'Baby' out of the corner."

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  • Posted April 2, 2013

    His Southern Temptation takes a fresh look at The Boys Who Are B

    His Southern Temptation takes a fresh look at The Boys Who Are Back in Town, and pays off nicely.  Lucky works hard to put his inner demons to rest, and Taylor helps him do that (oh, and how she does!).  Can't wait for the next title in this series, Covington has a nice feel for place and character, her storytelling skills shine in this new work.

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  • Posted April 2, 2013

    I'm not a professional book reviewer, just a woman that needs an

    I'm not a professional book reviewer, just a woman that needs and enjoys the mini vacation/escape a good hot and sexy story provides so if you are anything like me I have to recommend this book.

    HST is a great sexy, romance, action/mystery filled book that will keep you wanting more and more.- Lucky is a super-hot ex-marine that knows what he wants and will do what it takes to make sure he finally gets the woman he's loved, and the future he's dreamed of. Taylor (Lucky's best friend little sister) is a super sassy woman. She's loved Lucky since they were young, but her doubts in relationships (the "what if's"), and her need to be independent, complicates this relationship. Queue in and angry brother, mob criminals, parents $$ problems, missing girl, shooting scenes, oh yeah lets not forget the amazing romantic scenes and hot sex and more hot sex!! its going to keep you glued in from start to finish.

    If you haven't read "A night of southern comfort", you must it read it ASAP, trust me you will not be disappointed. You won't need it to able to follow HST but, but it's definitely a must read.

    Book 3 and 4 are Teague and Beck's stories. If they're anything remotely similar to Jack and Lucky's books, then we are in for a nice hot treat.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013

    This is the story of Lucky and Taylor. Lucky came home to work o

    This is the story of Lucky and Taylor. Lucky came home to work on the family farm and Taylor is home for three week. Their off again relationship has flared up again. Some hot bedroom and truck scenes will get you sizzling. Throw in some mystery of a missing girl and missing money. Along with unhappy brother, Teaque, about the relationship and you have a perfect read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2013

    Hot and Sexy

    You cannot go wrong when picking up a book by Robin Covington. The start of the book is so sexy that you might need a cold glass of water to cool you down. From the begining you could feel the chemistey between Taylor and Lucky! If you love hot and sexy, this is the book for you. You wont be disappointed!

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  • Posted April 1, 2013

    This is the second book in the series, but I read it without rea

    This is the second book in the series, but I read it without reading the first and it stood alone fine. This was a great romance book. It was really sweet. I loved that we learned so much about their past and their past relationship. It really helped make the present so much sweeter. 
    There was some mystery and a little suspense in the book as well. It was not too much, but it definitely kept the book interesting. I thought it was done really well. 
    I also loved all of the secondary characters in the book. There were a lot of them, but I felt like they were all really well developed. I found myself being just as interested in their lives as I was in the main characters' lives. I really enjoyed this book, and read it in one day. I would definitely recommend it. 

    I received this book for free in return for an honest review. 

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  • Posted April 1, 2013

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    Whew, is it HOT in here or what?!?! His Southern Temptation was

    Whew, is it HOT in here or what?!?! His Southern Temptation was AH-MAZ-ING! This first book I have had the pleasure of reading from Author Robin Covington and she did not disappoint! David “Lucky” Landon had me drooling! Yes, I was drooling. I admit I had to wipe the dribble from my chin! That is how SMOKIN’ HOT this book was! I really feel in love with Taylor’s character! She is beautiful and sassy! His Southern Temptation had mystery, a little suspense, juicy sex scenes, and a little angst all rolled into a beautiful package!  I cannot wait for more from this author! It was truly an exciting ride! FAN-FREAKING-TASTIC!

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  • Posted April 1, 2013

    I loved this book. I think Robin Covington outdid herself in boo

    I loved this book. I think Robin Covington outdid herself in book two. I loved both characters, Lucky and Taylor story. I couldn't put this book down from the minute I picked it up. Warning, there'll be no housework, chores or writing if you open the cover on this book until you finish it.

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