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Tempting (Unabridged)

by Susan Mallery

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Description

After three romantic flame-outs in a year and a restaurant career going nowhere, Dani Buchanan needs a fresh start. She goes looking for her biological father, but never expects to find a senator running for president. As his long-lost "love child", Dani could seriously derail the election - something his handsome campaign manager, Alex Canfield, isn't going to let happen. Dani isn't about to let Alex run her life, no matter how tempting she finds him. And Alex isn't going to allow Dani to melt his cynicism, no matter how close he has to get. The last thing either of them wants is love, especially with scandals brewing and family trouble on the way. But Dani and Alex are forced to trust each other, and when trust turns to passion, the potential for disaster is only a tabloid scandal away.

Customer Reviews

Really bad, really boring

Plz know that I really tried, but this book was truly one of the most boring books I have listen in a longtime, the entire story could have been told in 2 hrs. The relationship was incestuous where I am from; it does not matter that they were not blood relatives. Do not buy.

Great read, you have to laugh!

I love this book, but I love it better on the other version that is only $10...

Susan Mallery, Tempting (Unabridged)
View in iTunes $15.99
  • Narrator: Therese Plummer
  • Published: 2007
  • Category: Romance
  • Provider: Harlequin Books S.A.
  • Presented by Audible.com

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