Download Epub Format ↠´ Tempted by Trouble PDF by ☆ Liz Fielding I loved this book Had me hooked from the first page How many of us have not been caught out, not looking their best, when they open their door to a handsome stranger I know I have, lol This is a sweet romance, full of sexual tension they never get past kissing I really found myself rooting for the H H and I loved, loved, loved the humour A def feel good romance with a lovely, light feel to it and well rounded, believable characters.
This is the first Liz Fielding I read and I will def read With Liz Fielding you are almost guaranteed a sweet read with humour, pathos and some nicely graded sizzle Tempted by Trouble, is from the RIVA line, which has been refurbished into the Kiss line Shoot me if I m wrong.
We meet Elle Amery, whose real name is Lovage, and her sisters Sorrel and Angelica, and yes her mother was Lavender There is a herbal theme happening here that makes me think of Scarborough Fair.
Which is kind of appropriate when we find out the history of the sisters and the link to the annual Fair that Elle reveals in the story.
Elle is the responsible one of the family, holding things together after the death of her mother when the other girls were still young She s been the one to make the sacrifices, the only other family being a wandering grandmother.
So when a super hot guy turns up at her door she just knows Rating 8 out of 10 GREAT read First line Life is like ice cream you have to take it one lick at a time Rosie s DiaryMemorable Scene Sean removing a ladybug from Elle s hair sweetness Elle Amery is a responsible young woman who puts others needs and wellbeing before her own She s determined not to follow in her mother s promiscuous footsteps She s also independent and sensible and self sufficient Sean McElroy is an illegitimate son who bares the emotional scars of being unwanted He sees himself as an outsider and though he s very direct and blunt, he s guarded when it comes to showing emotions.
Without any explicitness but with plenty of sizzle I was pulled into the chemistry between Elle and Sean The attrac
The hero and heroine in this story are very much opposites Sean McElroy has a large but fragmented family and isn t interested in adding anyone else to it Lovage Elle Amery is family oriented and had stepped into the role of parent for her two younger half sisters and carer for her grandmother So they should be totally incompatible But Cupid doesn t match people up like a dating agency, so naturally these two people have to be together despite their very different outlook on life They re brought together by the sudden disappearance of an uncle Elle never knew she had Sean delivers the uncle s vintage ice cream van to her, along with a diary full of bookings for events to attend As if she wasn t busy enough But Elle meets the challenge, endearing her to the reader with her determination Sean meanwhile keeps on helping out, even though he s done his part by deliver What I think is, I wish I could write like Liz Fielding This is a great Mills Boon with a delightful idea centring around how wonderful it would be to find love and laughter through owning an old fashioned ice cream van you know the sort that used to make your mouth water when you were a schoolkid and you heard those chimes ringing out through the streets We used to have one turn up outside the back gates of our school every summer s day and reading Liz s book reminded me of sprinkles and raspberry sauce, chocolate flakes and chopped nuts and biscuit cones and hot, hot sun It s a beautifully constructed book where things just fall nicely into place although not without trials and tribulations along the way The heroine, Lovage comes from a family who are all named after herbs and all have very distinctive personalities There s the worrisome te
I ll confess I had moments of confusion at the beginning of the book there is a rather lot of characters, a missing great uncle, and a family secret But once I got into it.
and especially once we figure out Uncle Basil s part of the story, it all clicks together Sean is sexy and far stable and dependable than he perhaps thinks he is He s also capable of emotionally than he believes himself to be El I ve become a big fan of Liz Fielding s writing over the past year, and she never disappoints I ve said it before and I ll say it again, Liz has a way of making her two characters sizzle on the page with sexual and sensual tension.
There are great amounts of flirting in this book Who doesn t love flirting Being a Riva, I did wonder how far the sex would go This again is very much a Liz Fielding style book it s a Cherish Romance rather than a modern heat, but if you like Liz s style, you ll love this book in fact this could be her hottest one I ve read so far Where the book lacks sex , it still has its sizzle It does not disappoint There was so much tension, these two characters needed the ice cream to cool down and so did I I loved both T Is ForTrouble Elle Amery Knows Her Late Mother S Bad Boy Loving Reputation Was Not The Best Inheritance Tempted So When Smooth Talking Sean McElroy Turns Up With A Pink And White Ice Cream Van Called Rosie That S Apparently Hers Elle S Playboy Radar Flashes Red, And She Tries To Ignore The Traitorous Flicker Of Attraction Or The Time Of Their Lives Family Orientated Elle Is The Last Girl Sean Should Ever Want He S Not A Fan Of Responsibility In Any Form Yet As They Embark On A Journey Filled With Ice Cream, These Two Misfits Find That Life Comes In Many Flavours And That They Re Better All Mixed Up Than Apart This is the second book of Liz Fielding s that I have read and I am rapidly becoming a great fan of her work Her writing is engaging, romantic, and well paced with likeable characters, and realistic situations This book is about Elle, a girl who is a bit downtrodden and totally depended upon by her family, who meets Rosie my favourite character the ice cream van and Sean, the hunky delivery guy of said Rosie The book is will they, won t they, will she slap him, will he leave a great book that I pretty much devoured in the course of one evening A brilliant addition to any reader s collection.
I love Liz Fieldings books and this was no exception I did struggle in a few places however with this one The first three pages were very descriptive and at times the narrative became choppy and hard to follow but it had a guarenteed to make me cry and then be happy ending.