Far Too Tempting
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*A spin-off novel in the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Caught Up in Love series*
Rising rock star Jane Black is the queen of both heartbreak and inspiration. After her husband’s unconventional exodus from their marriage rocked her world, she wrote the breakup album of the century, earning her a Grammy, a huge legion of new fans, and the pressure to repeat her success. And then the British, gorgeous, and far too tempting Matthew Harrigan enters her tumultuous life.
The toughest music journalist in the industry, when Matthew asks for an interview, Jane agrees, as long as her personal life is completely off-limits. But with an attraction between them that is electric and undeniable, their personal lives quickly become intertwined.
Only her newfound happiness comes with a wicked case of songwriter’s block—and now Jane will have to decide between fame or love.
Lauren did it again!
I was hooked from the first chapter!
Jane Black - a single mother after her husband reveals that he is guy and no longer wants to be with her, she's also an inspiring rock star, her album Crushed which is a break-up album wins her a grammy.
Matthew Harrigan - Writer for Beat magazine, wants to do a story on Jane, but is it really just a story he's after?
When Jane finally agrees to allow Matthew write an article on her they are faced with the choice, do they keep the attraction between them professional or do they allow it to become more?
Can they fight the pull? Do they even want to?
Emotional funny and sexy
Witty, sexy, and emotional as Jane opens up to love again. Matthew is soooo perfect for her. He is a swoon!
Far Too Tempting. FANTASTIC!! A MUST READ!!!
I have been a fan of Lauren Blakely for a while, but this book... WOW!
Characters are well defined. Plot is intriguing i.e. hot male music critic AND beautiful female song writer/ singer/ single parent (of a very intelligent, funny, interesting son) = love + sex + rock & roll.
So many books I read are great until the ending. The endings of other writer's books are often too quick, done without the same effort level as the rest of the book, or somehow leave me feeling as if "This is it? That's all? Did I miss a few pages?" I feel letdown.
However, with the way Lauren sets the stage, tells the story, and adds the perfect ending, I could not ask for more.
I highly recommend this stand alone book. Which honestly, I did not think could be pulled all together into such a perfectly spectacular ending with so few pages left to read.