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Tempt Me With Kisses

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2002

    engaging character study in a historical romantic story

    Lord Carodoc of Llanstephan Fawr does not have to look at the near empty hayloft to know his estate is in trouble and wonders when King Richard will take the castle from him for failure to pay taxes, a deed he has not done in months. Though he would prefer to flee from his responsibilities, Carodoc vows to remain and do everything he can to turn the property solvent until His Highness takes it away. <P>na MacDougal, daughter of a Scottish wool merchant who died two months ago, arrives with a proposition. She will pay off the royal arrears if Carodoc marries her. She says she wants a titled husband with no previous children and he needs her dowry. Reluctantly, Carodoc agrees, but seals the deal with a passionate kiss. As they fall in love both shares in common feelings of inadequacy and they feel undeserving of one other. <P> The historical romantic story line of TEMPT ME WITH KISSES is more of a character study than the usual action-packed tale. The readers observe first hand the doubts of the lead protagonists as they struggle to make their relationship succeed even as Carodoc and Fiona are weighed down by personal baggage that threatens to destroy their marriage. Fans who relish an insightful look at the primary couple will enjoy Margaret Moore¿s marvelous romantic narrative, but readers who need plenty of action should look elsewhere. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2013

    Good read.

    This story was pretty good. I liked the male lead. The female was spoke too outspoken and disrespectful to her husband at times. The book shows over 200 pages but is really about 700 pages. The romance was good but not explicit. I understand the storyline but i like it when the male lead is wealthy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2013

    Great story....................................

    Nice characters. Totally human without being larger then life. Nice story. A little different without going over the top. First time I've read this author but not the last.

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