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Tempt (Take It Off, #3) 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.Stranded.As If That Isn T Bad Enough, Ava Starts To Desire Than Just Rescue Hunger For 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.

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10 thoughts on “Tempt (Take It Off, #3)

  1. says:

    This was another okay NA contemporary romance, but once again it was a bit clich.Ava and Nash were both alright characters They seemed to cope with being stranded on a desert island fairly well, and seemed to look out for each other when they needed to.I felt like this story was quite clich stranded on a desert island with a gorgeous hunk, she s inexperienced so he teaches her all about sex, then there s a miraculous rescue I didn t feel like there was really anything new or exciting in he This was another okay NA contemporary romance, but once again it was a bit clich.Ava and Nash were both alright characters They seemed to cope with being stranded on a desert island fairly well, and seemed ...

  2. says:

    Yowza What do you get when you strand two people on a supposedly deserted island Two people with a ton of chemistry between them and they are forced to rely upon each other, trust each other Well, you get a whole lot of temptation, is what you get Tempt is the third book in Cambria Hebert s Take it Off series As per usual with Cambria s books, I loved it I loved the writing, the plot that had me second guessing myself constantly, the characters, even Ava s dreams Going into this book I was Yowza What do you get when you strand two people on a supposedly deserted island Two people with a ton of chemistry between them and they are forced to rely upon each other, trust each other Well, you get a whol...

  3. says:

    Fast paced and very short, this felt too rushedbut still it was a nice change of pace from the heavy on the angst NA Romance book I just finished This is part of Cambria Hebert s Take It Off series, and though this is the weakest of them, I still ...

  4. says:

    3.5 Tempting Stars So another great book but with a twist Right from the start you fall in love with Nash and then when he tries to save her while whispering to her in Spanish your heart melts a bit Loved the idea of this book but there were a few things that weren t for me Part of it was my logical brain not computing with the situation Like what about toothpaste There was a lot of kissing wi...

  5. says:

    After reading Text, which came after this one, I kinda had some expectations.Ava quirky lady Kinda lost on life is traveling to Puerto Rico to put her grandmother Kiki s ashes in the pretty ocean When she arrives at the airport she is told that a personal plane is here for her And hello hot pilot with his curly hair, green eyes, ratty jeans. YUMTotal instant attrac...

  6. says:

    This one has been the worst in the series so far I didn t love either of the main characters in this Ava was alright, but I thought Nash was a jerk at points.There was an interesting part at 70%, but it ended at 80% ...

  7. says:

    3.5

  8. says:

    Oh, dear lord Can Cambria Hebert s books get any hotter I have completely fallen in love with this series It is one of my absolute favourites It continually blows me away and Tempt is no exception I had been desperate to read this book since I first read the synopsis I mean who wouldn t want to be stuck on a desert island with a smoking hot guy So, it s fair to say the synopsis sucked me right in And then I saw the cover Can I say hot The plot of this book was also amazing and complet Oh, dear lord Can Cambria Hebert s books get any h...

  9. says:

    Review by Gladys XOXOtheNerdGirl NerdGirlOfficial We do often judge a book by its cover don t we In this case, I love the actual cover of the book although I picture Nash with sexier hair Oh and I picture a cute Filipino version of Ava underneath him Ha I sure do love to insert myself in there don t I Anyway back to the saying, Don t judge a book by it s cover Ava did didn t she When she saw Nash she was very sketical about allowing him to pilot her to her grandmother s f Review by Gladys XOXOtheNerdGirl NerdGirlOfficial We do often judge a book by its cover don t we In this case, I love the actual cover of the book although I picture Nash with sexier hair Oh and I picture a cute Filipino version of Ava underneath him Ha I sure do love to insert myself in there don t I Anyway back to the saying, Don t judge a book by it s cover Ava did didn t she When she saw Nash she was very sketical about allowing him to pilot her to h...

  10. says:

    Finally A Cambria Hebert book I hated.Not that I was specifically waiting to hate one of her books, mind you I d rather like the books rather than them be a waste of money but ever since I ve become addicted to whatever Hebert writes I have this niggling suspicion in the back of my head that I should probably hate them They re awfully cheesy and hopelessly predictable And I m sighing and shaking my head in disappointment and then WHAM the author throws in a curveball I did not see coming an Finally A Cambria Hebert book I hated.Not that I was specifically waiting to hate one of her books, mind you I d rather like the books rather than them be a waste of money but ever since I ve become addicted to whatever Hebert writes I have this niggling suspicion in the back of my head that I should probably hate them They re awfully cheesy and hopelessly predictable And I m sighing and shaking my head in disappointment and then WHAM the author throws in a curveba...

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