Title: Tempt (Take It Off #3)
Author: Cambria Hebert
Published Date: October 13th 2013
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
**This is a new adult contemporary novel and contains sexual content and graphic language. It is not intended for young adult readers.***
Stranded and alone with not one, but two wickedly enticing men.
Ava arrives at the airport, expecting to board a commercial flight to Puerto Rico. But a plane ticket isn’t waiting for her. Instead, she finds a guy with dark curly hair wearing seriously ratty jeans and holding a sign with her name on it.
He may not look like a pilot, but he is. And he’s her ride.
So now it’s just Nash and her on a tiny tin can of a plane flying over the Atlantic. When a thunderstorm comes out of nowhere, it proves to be too much for the little aircraft.
Ava and Nash plunge from the sky and end up on an uncharted deserted island.
As if that isn’t bad enough, Ava starts to desire more than just rescue—hunger for more than food. Nash is only too happy to oblige… but it seems they might not be as alone as they thought.
And Nash might have some competition in claiming Ava’s body… and her heart.
When she saw Nash she was very sketical about allowing him to pilot her to her grandmother’s final resting place. She didn’t think that Nash had anything special about him to pilot that hunk of junk he called a plane, nor did she think he could save her from the what happened on the island or the hurt she went through in the past.
They did share a few things in common, their love for her grandmother (his was more of a respect for the women his own grandmother loved), their zest for life and their mutual desire to survive. The last two things grew exponentially when they realized there were more dangerous things on the island to worry about.
I was totally lost in this book. It was suspenseful, captivating and took such an interesting turn in the middle of the book that I couldn’t tear myself away from reading it.
I am a fan of Cambria because of her paranormal young adult series but have totally fallen in love with her new adult series as well. Her transition into this genre is seamless and very well done. Again! I tip my Nerd Girl hat to you Mrs. Herbert! #AwesomeSauce Indeed
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