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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Review - Lust's Temptation by Tawny Taylor


Title: Lust's Temptation

Author: Tawny Taylor


Publisher: Ellora’s Cave


Buy Link: Buy Lust's Temptation Here!


Rating: You Could Read


Reviewed by: Gabrielle


Book two in the Masters of Sin series.


Troi and Amun—one dominant, the other submissive, both alpha—are possessed by the spirit of Lust. Its dark demands have tested their will every minute of every day for centuries. And they’ve committed deviant, selfish acts to satisfy its unrelenting carnal hunger. But the guilt doesn’t overwhelm them until they meet Oriel. She is their salvation, their peace. They need her. But they don’t deserve her.


Life’s lessons have taught Oriel not to trust anyone, especially gorgeous men who will use anyone for their own satisfaction. Granted, they’re sexy. Charming. Her body responds to their every look and touch. But she can’t—won’t—take a chance on them. Until she discovers she can run away, but she can’t escape the emotions they stir.


As darkness closes in, Troi and Amun’s lives and souls hang in the balance. The beast will consume them if Oriel can’t accept her own dark needs, and trust the two men who have summoned her most decadent desires.



Review:


Over the centuries Amun and Troi have painfully lived with the spirit of lust trapped inside of them. Just when it seems they have reached their breaking point they find Oriel their salvation. Every moment without her is excruciating. Only she can keep the spirit at bay. Amun and Troi must convince Oriel of their love and hopefully their lifestyle before it is too late for them all.


Amun and Troi are great characters. Each man living with the same problem yet they are totally different. Oriel is a strong woman who must deal with so much at once yet she is still standing. Together the three make a wonderful family.


I thought the actual storyline was good but the story seemed rushed for me. With so much happening to Oriel at once it was a little hard to sit back and enjoy her newfound relationship with the men. This is the second book in this series but it can be read by itself with out the reader getting confused. The characters are full of emotion and depth and go on a roller coaster ride of emotions making this a book you may want to check out.

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