Tempted by Mr. Wright
Release Date: 09/28/2015
She thought she knew everything about romance. She was wrong.
After losing out on a plum assignment, a romance book conference is the last place journalist Sheridan Farlow wants to be. Love is a myth-like flattering changing room mirrors-and she has the past relationships to prove it. Her editor wants a story? Fine. She’ll write an entire exposé…only it doesn’t go quite according plan.
Bernard “Mac” Mackenzie is something of an anomaly in the romance-writing world-a man who writes romance and believes in it. And until he met Sheridan, Mac’s never felt anything close to the love he writes about. He needs more of her. In his arms, and in his bed.
Their attraction is explosive; even as Sheridan’s cynical side battles her growing feelings for Mac. But can she handle writing a biting exposé with an exposed heart on the line?
Keep reading for my review and rating of Tempted by Mr. Write.
*ARC Provided by Publisher in an exchange for a fair and honest review*
Sheridan has a lot of preconceived notions about the romance industry when this story starts and as such, she makes the mistake of thinking she knows more than she does about romance authors and readers. Then she meets Mac and quickly discovers she doesn’t know quite as much as she thought…and worse, she’s attracted to the man!
I really enjoyed this novella. I loved the dynamic between the characters. They interacted well together and their scenes were a lot of fun and laced with an undercurrent of ‘kiss me, please.’ The book itself was well-written and engaging, drawing me into it’s simple, fast-paced storyline.
If you’ve followed along with this series, you’ll love this new addition by Sara Hantz. It’s a quick read, but it’s pages hold a fun, enjoyable story with two likable but opposite characters. I liked it a lot.
Sara Hantz originally comes from the UK and now lives on the beautiful Sunshine Coast in Australia (via 10 years in New Zealand). She writes young adult fiction and her debut book The Second Virginity of Suzy Green made the prestigious list ‘New York Public Library Books for the Teen Age’. Sara lectured for many years before deciding to devote more time to her writing and working in the family hospitality business. She has two grown-up children and when not writing, working, or online with her friends, she spends more time than most people she knows watching TV – in fact if TV watching was an Olympic sport she’d win gold.
You can visit her website here