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The Sweetest Temptation

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Fabulous Read

This is a wonderful continuation of the Whitfield women. I love the way Ms Alers continues a story. The trials and tribulations that the Whitfield women go through are real life situations that I can personally relate too. I can't wait for 'Taken By Storm' I hope to rea...
This is a wonderful continuation of the Whitfield women. I love the way Ms Alers continues a story. The trials and tribulations that the Whitfield women go through are real life situations that I can personally relate too. I can't wait for 'Taken By Storm' I hope to read about Tessa's wedding and see how Faith is doing along with what's next for Simone. Kudos to Ms Alers for a great Trilogy!!

posted by Anonymous on July 8, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

The Damsel & The Prince

'The Sweetest Temptation' is the second installment in the 'Whitfield Bride Series' and it's just an OKAY read. I enjoyed the attraction between Ethan and Faith, but it's a very slow-paced romance. It's so sluggish at times I was TEMPTED to skip ahead, in the hopes of f...
'The Sweetest Temptation' is the second installment in the 'Whitfield Bride Series' and it's just an OKAY read. I enjoyed the attraction between Ethan and Faith, but it's a very slow-paced romance. It's so sluggish at times I was TEMPTED to skip ahead, in the hopes of finding some FIRE and HEAT. Once again, I enjoyed the camaraderie of the sisters during their social gatherings. However, this story is inundated with 'insignificant' details regarding the cakes, the d├ęcor, the clothing, the buildings and the cars, albeit vivid and well written descriptions, IMO it's just too much which often causes the storyline to have 'dull patches'. I have one more installment to read in this series, and I sure HOPE it's more EXCITING!

posted by Anonymous on September 10, 2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 25, 2008

    I enjoyed It!

    Another wonderful novel from Ms Alers! I've got very few complaints with the story. It flowed smoothly, and ended in the right way. I enjoyed it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2008

    It just gets better

    This book was just has good as the first one. I can't wait until the finally book comes out.

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