Normally I won’t touch a YA romance, unless it has a speculative element, but Temptation hooked me at “Amish”. This is a romance with big obstacles and true conflicts to overcome. It’s not melodramatic, and not contrived. And what’s more, I really hoped Rose and Noah would work it out – and I almost never feel that way about romance in fiction.
The first in a series, Temptation ends with a happy-for-now, rather than a happily-ever-after, and this realism is much welcome. I’m very much looking forward to Book 2.
(Note: The heroine’s father is named David Cameron. Someone forgot to remind the author about the British PM.)