Friday, November 4, 2011

Lisa Kleypas' "Tempt Me at Twilight," (The Hathaway Series, Book #3)


Harry severs all ties with his latest fling, once he becomes familiar with Poppy's captivating intelligence, beauty, and heart. Harry's treachery will stop at nothing to win over his princess, even stoop so low and cause heartache for Poppy's current and possible betroth, Michael. Harry contacts Michael's father and advises him of the possible marriage plans Michael might be having for one of the Hathaway sisters. Someone who is beneath their social status. Someone who does not come with an enormous dowry. Someone that doesn't even come close to being an heiress.Once Poppy is heartbroken from the loss of Michael, that's when Harry swoops in and makes his move. He couldn't care less if Poppy doesn't come from money all he wants is possession of her, as she's some sort of trinket he can amuse himself with. As Harry captures Poppy within a web of possible scandal, he makes a marriage proposal to her; however, he also comes with a few stipulations. Poppy can have all of him, but not his heart, mind, and above all his soul. With all this to consider, what's a girl to do?
Live in exile for the rest of her life on her family's estate, or be married to a man who comes with several barriers? Can Poppy brake down the many layers of high constructed walls against Harry's heart? Can she persuade Harry to become a truely dignified man with feelings, beyond just having them for himself? Read the book to come to the conclusion, but I can promise you that you will NOT be disappointed.

Lisa Kleypas has done it again with this latest book from the Hathaway Series, leaving room to divulge a sneak peak into Leo's story as well. As Mrs. Kleypas gives an array of twists and turns that will leave you craving for more, and delivering more as well. The mysteries and thillers hidden deep within will have you guessing until the very end. The passionate longing desire that Poppy and Harry have for one another will have you lusting for your own climax. Exceptionally written, down to earth humor, and an eminent story line. DESERVES WELL BEYOND THE 5 STAR RATING!

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