Two Step Temptation

They have a history. A future may be more than she’s willing to give.
Haven Reynolds is stunned when her ex-lover Eric Viera turns up at their mutual friends’ wedding. Her sources told her he was safely a continent away, doing his anthropology thing. Instead she’s scrambling to figure out how to fend off his particularly potent brand of charm.

At least, that’s what she tells herself.

Several months in a Costa Rican jungle hasn’t dulled Eric’s memory of the two weeks he spent with the sexy spitfire. He’d even enjoyed the challenge of breaking through her walls—the warm, passionate woman he’d uncovered had been worth the effort. He’d like nothing better than to pick up where they left off, except those walls are back in place, stronger than ever.

Much to Haven’s dismay, Eric takes her in his arms for a rehearsal-dinner dance. In a split second, it all comes back—the memories, the lust and laughter, the intimacy and control she’s never allowed any other man. Falling for him again is out of the question, but a weekend of hot sex is an indulgence she can’t resist.

Except Eric hasn’t come back to Texas just for the wedding. He’s come for her.

Warning: Contains a sassy heroine, sizzlin’ hero, toe-stomping two-stepping and secret encounters.

My review:

Two Step Temptation is a very cute story.  I love reunion stories and I like to see what happens when they get back together.  Haven and Eric are two of the funniest characters that I have read in awhile.  Their chemistry is off the charts but what sells the story for me is their dialogue.  Haven is sassy but emotional when it comes to Eric.  While Eric is charming, he is confident in his feelings for Haven.

Two Step Temptation never lets up from the first page.  The innermost thoughts from both Haven and Eric are spot on.  While their trysts are hot, they dialogue between them had me coming back for more.  The interaction between the wedding party was entertaining and the dance was enough to make me pick up dancing again.

My only complaint would be that I wished Two Step Temptation could have been longer.  This is my first book from Emma Jay and it will not be my last.

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