Tempting Adam

Tempting Adam

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by Shelli Stevens
     
 

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The man she wants is the one she must deceive.

Seattle Steam Book 2

Christy Wallace may be a respectable Seattle Spanish teacher, but she’s got a sultry side. She lets it come out to play during the summer, when she moonlights as a Salsa dancing instructor.

Sexy, cowboy Adam wants more time with her than just a fleeting cup of

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The man she wants is the one she must deceive.

Seattle Steam Book 2

Christy Wallace may be a respectable Seattle Spanish teacher, but she’s got a sultry side. She lets it come out to play during the summer, when she moonlights as a Salsa dancing instructor.

Sexy, cowboy Adam wants more time with her than just a fleeting cup of coffee, but she makes it clear that if he wants her, he’ll have to sign up for dance class. Amazingly enough, he does. And Christy finds herself falling for a charming country hick with hands as fast as his feet.

Adam’s no hick, though. He’s the owner of Adam’s Apples, the fastest-growing cider business in eastern Washington. To his own surprise, one night with her has him thinking in terms of forever. That is, until he walks into a restaurant for a family lunch—and finds Christy on the arm of his brother.

Is there a logical explanation? Or is something rotten in Seattle?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781599989129
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
04/08/2008
Series:
Seattle Steam , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
246
Sales rank:
222,868
File size:
921 KB

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Tempting Adam 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 49 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is amazing, it has an interesting plot line and great character development. It a great sequel, and did not dissapoint. I would recomentld this book 110%! It also heald up to its setting, as a native Seattle-ite I can vouch for it! READ THIS BOOK! But only after you've read the first one. :-)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like the first in the series this was a fun read. Adam is so sweet and sexy! The sexscenes are very hot. Looking forward to more from Shelli Stevens.
pilsilver30 More than 1 year ago
this book was great, especially the male protagonist. Every girl wants to hook up w/a hot cowboy/millionaire. The only thing I'm really tired of reading is the the female heroine is almost always petite and her romance interest is always over 6 feet. What about us tall girls, who are at least over 5"8"? Very annoying but still very enjoyable read.
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MsKaos More than 1 year ago
** spoiler alert ** I liked this book's premise but I was expecting something very different from the second book within a series. Let me explain... I thought as part of a series there would be a bit more connection to the first book, Dangerous Grounds. There was a minor mention of Madison's coffee shop (where H/H and meet) and Madison's engagement but this is can be read as a stand alone book. The charade between Nate and Christy went on way too long - pretty much until the end of the book. I wanted to scream, "Nate is gay!!" so many times it was ridiculous. Also, Nate was the most selfish, d**k-wad character I've ever read and Christy was a completely spineless push over (both redeem themselves in the end though). I liked Christy and Adam's chemistry but kept wondering, really, he wants a woman who's cheating on his brother (as far as he knows)? Once I suspended belief on this, I could actually enjoy the plot. It had some funny moments as well; I really did like Adam and Nate's parents. I don't know if I'd put this in the erotic category but the love scenes were quite hot and plentiful.
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All the books are fatastic all a must read!!
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