The Tempted

  • Title: The Tempted
  • Author: Amanda Stevens
  • ISBN: 9780373226269
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Tempted The frightened woman standing before millionaire Jared Spencer hardly looked like the housekeeper s spirited daughter who d once captured his heart then betrayed him But the moment their gazes met he
    The frightened woman standing before millionaire Jared Spencer hardly looked like the housekeeper s spirited daughter who d once captured his heart then betrayed him But the moment their gazes met, he felt the same fiery, forbidden desire Tess Campbell had come with a plea to help find her missing child A child that should have been theirs.Tess tempted fate by goingThe frightened woman standing before millionaire Jared Spencer hardly looked like the housekeeper s spirited daughter who d once captured his heart then betrayed him But the moment their gazes met, he felt the same fiery, forbidden desire Tess Campbell had come with a plea to help find her missing child A child that should have been theirs.Tess tempted fate by going to Jared But for her little girl, she d face the devil himself Jared s millions would fuel the search but it was the man Tess needed to keep her safe For when Jared learned her precious secret, he and Tess would be in danger than their daughter.

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    About Amanda Stevens


    1. Amanda Stevens is the award winning author of over fifty novels, including the modern gothic series, The Graveyard Queen Her books have been described as eerie and atmospheric, a new take on the classic ghost story Born and raised in the rural south, she now resides in Houston, Texas, where she enjoys binge watching, bike riding and the occasional Horror Night with friends.The Graveyard Queen trailer youtube watch v lrCf_e twitter AmandaStevensTXfacebook amandastevensbooksamandastevensbooks gmail


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    1. I had forgotten how little I appreciated Harlequin romances. About 20 pages in, I knew the ending. I suppose they have their place, but, I am just not a Harle reader anymore, if I ever was.With that said, it is an okay story, appears to be the middle book of a trilogy "Eden's Children" although it is not a requirement to read the other stories, they do allude to them. And I did like the comment that losing a child is like a giant gaping wound that just when it begins to heal, something rips it o [...]

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    2. Very Interesting. a Lil bit of suspense and romance.you can't go wrong with the two

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