Tempting Janey

Tempting Janey

by Mary Lynn Baxter
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4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This novel was a wonderful Romance!! Tempting Janey was one of those books that never stopped at the end of the Chapter. Great writing!!! I can't wait for the next one!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
A Fantastic Pager Turner. Two Dynamic Characters. A Touching story. Mixture of hearth felt pain & wonderous joy. This was the first Mary Lynn Baxter Book I've read and I loved so much that I went and bought couple more. I am sure I'll end up buying all of her books. Ms. Baxter you have done an excellent work.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Hunter, South Carolina, former marine turn principal of Brookwood High School Dillon Reed thinks the world stopped when he sees Janey Mansfield again. Three years ago his now deceased wife had an affair with her then husband. Both marriages crumbled and Janey fled with her daughter to Colorado to escape the scandal. She has returned to take over the operating of her aunt¿s candy store.

Janey and Dillon are very attracted to one another. However, she has big problems with her teenage daughter and has no time to worry about a man, especially her daughter¿s principal who is the ex of the other party with her ex. Still, in spite of both their common senses shouting run, Janey and Dillon cannot stay away from one another. However, obstacles continue to keep them apart making any opportunity for a second chance at love slim.

The concept behind TEMPTING JANEY is as juicy as they get as two people burned by the indiscretions of their spouses begin to fall in love with one another. The lead couple is a charming duo who deserves happiness. However, Mary Lynn Baxter concentrates on the attraction between them more than the relationship thus hampering the plot. Still, contemporary romance fans will enjoy Ms. Baxter¿s tale even if most will ask ¿where¿s the beef¿ apart from Dillon.

Harriet Klausner