Book Review of ‘To Taste Temptation’

Tuesday, August 5, 2008 – original post

To Taste Temptation,
Book 1 in the Legend of the Four Soldiers
Written By: Elizabeth Hoyt
Published By: Forever Hachette Book Group USA, Inc., New York, 2008, First Edition, 362 pages, mass market paperback
ISBN 0-446-40691-0

To Taste Temptation is a seductive, luscious Historical Romance that fires the blood and leaves you deliciously sated”

Lady Emeline Gordon is the model of a cultured and refined English widow.
Everything in her life is predictable and rather dull, that is until the extremely wealthy Samuel Hartley walks into her life.
With the request that she act as his sister’s chaperone for the season among the haut ton, Emeline becomes more and more attracted to the brooding and uncivilized American.
Mr. Samuel Hartley is a man with a dark past. Haunted by memories from years ago, he finds his attraction to the unattainable Lady Emeline almost instinctual. She begins to fill a void and allows him forget, if even for a short time, some of the horrors that eat away at his soul.
Though she wants to fight the sexual magnetism, neither Emeline nor Samuel can deny the lascivious feelings and stolen embraces for long.

To Taste Temptation captivates the reader from the very first page and provides you with a sensual repast that will delight and satisfy. This is a first-rate erotic Historical Romance.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and I highly recommend it!

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ (8 out of 10 Diamonds) – Thoroughly enjoyed it

 

 

Link to the Author’s Website:
http://elizabethhoyt.com/

Link to the Publisher’s Website:
http://www.hachettebookgroupusa.com/index.aspx

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