Series: Temptation #4
Published by Self-Published on 05/09/2017
Tease - verb: to tantalize especially by arousing desire or curiosity often without intending to satisfy it....unless your name is Tate Morrison.
It’s been four years since Logan Mitchell walked into Tate’s life and irrevocably changed it. Four years since the sexy as sin lawyer dared him to try, and four years since Tate won his love.
Now, as they approach the next chapter of their lives Logan is determined they won’t end up like many of their friends. Settled. Domestic. Boring. However, that’s easier said than done. With busy careers and working odd hours, finding time for one another is becoming increasingly difficult.
But that sh*t isn’t going to fly with Logan or Tate.
The two of them are determined to compromise to get what it is they want, and what they want is each other.
Tease is the sexy, tantalizing continuation of the two men who stole your heart... and popped your cherry.
The Temptation series is one of my all-time favorites. There is something about Logan and Tate and the love that they share that is so special. They hold a very big special place in my heart. When I read the third book Trust, it was understood that it was to be the final book and Logan and Tate’s future was a hopeful open-ended unknown. And even though I felt like there were so many storylines that could still be tied up in more books, I was so nervous when Frank announced three more books would be released. I love them so much as they are and I just didn’t want to run the risk of ruining that.
As it turns out, I was afraid for nothing. From the first page it felt like coming home. Being “in their presence” again felt so good. It was a familiar warm and fuzzy feeling that I missed even more than I realized.
Frank did a fantastic job with Tease. I don’t know what it is about these characters, but they just come right off the pages. Their personalities are larger than life and their emotions and feelings they evoke in each other are palpable. I have never connected to characters so much in a story that’s written in third person. Normally that’s a big obstacle for me but Frank does it in a way that you feel like you’re not missing anything. I still feel like I can get in their heads and understand their motives and feel what they’re feeling. A lot of authors can’t do that.
If you ever take a recommendation from me, let this series be one of them. Yes, it’s a bit (awesomely) smutty, but it’s truly their love story that captivates me and has me head over heels for these two. I can’t wait for the next two installments. Read these books!