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Tempted by a Carrington (The Carringtons #2)

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Dallas Carrington has been in love with Lanier Watson ever since they shared a romantic cruise. But she flat-out refuses to marry him. What the statuesque beauty doesn't realize is that the pro baseball star and second-born Carrington son doesn't give up so easily. Dallas will do whatever it takes…even if it means seducing her all over again.

Paperback, 224 pages
Published December 20th 2011 by Harlequin Kimani
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Mrs Giggles
Tempted By A Carrington is a rather unusual romance novel in that, while it is part of a series, unlike most books-in-a-series, it does not stand alone well at all. I have not read any of the previous books in the series at the time of writing - the previous book was published two years before this one - so do pardon me if I miss out on a thing or two in my synopsis of this story.

When this story opens, Dallas Carrington and Lanier Watson are already in love and, I think, they even broke up for a
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I really wanted to like this book and I did but.... Lanier got on my damn nerves with all the complaining about her parents. I know that experiences during childhood affect who er are as adults but Lanier's attitude was a bit much. Everything that happended to her seemed to steam from her parents alcohol and drug use. I get it but DAMN. I loved Dallas and his steadfastedness (is that a word) and thought that he deserved someone better. Good book but you might have to have drink to finish.
Truly enjoyed the love story between Dallas Carrington and Lanier Watson. In the book the author clearly portrayed the message that love conquers all; as Dallas does all in his power to help the love of his life overcome her insecurities and doubts about her ability to love.
Great story line dealing with life when one as been hurt, a want trust your own shadow. The ending seemed rushed to me which made the happy ending seem phoney.
I liked it very much and I think you all should read it.
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