Tempted - Jess Michaels

Tempted

By Author Jess Michaels

  • Release Date: 2016-01-12
  • Genre: Historical
Tempted
Book Rating: 4.5/5
4.5
Based on 15 Reviews

Tempted - Jess Michaels Book Description

* * * A hot historical romance from USA Today Bestselling Romance Author Jess Michaels * * * 
The youngest son of the Woodley clan, Gabriel has been obsessed with bringing his missing twin sister home since she disappeared over two years ago. His drive has forced him to block out all else, including any feelings he may have for the beautiful Juliet Gray. But when she is brought to London by Gabriel’s mother, avoiding the desire she inspires becomes impossible.

Juliet never wanted to come to London in the first place, especially since she knows she won’t be able to avoid Gabriel, who has been both confusing and drawing her from the moment they met. But to give her father a chance at happiness, she’ll stay in town. When Gabriel asks for her help in finding his sister, explosive secrets will be spilled and long suppressed longings will overflow. But will their search bring them love or expose them to a danger that could destroy all they’ve built? 
Length: Full-length novel 
Sensuality level: Hot and steamy 

This book can be read as a stand-alone novel, but is part of a series (The Wicked Woodleys).

Book Reviews

  • Loved it!

    4
    By Stanhop3234
    Another good addition to The Wicked Woodley's series. I love this series and how Ms. Michaels brings the characters from the Flynn's series into each of the books. I love spinoff series'. Gabriel Woodley and Juliet Grey make a great couple. They complement each other's strengths and help with e others weaknesses. Gabriel works on theories and science not emotions. Emotions, he doesn't understand and wants nothing to do with science, science is what makes sense. Juliet understands the way Gabriel's mind works and loves him for it and knows how to get him to see outside the box. Gabriel needs Juliet only to help him find his sister Claire or so that's what he tells himself. Will he lose Juliet like he lost Claire before he realizes what's in front of him?