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Lessons in Temptation

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My name is Rebecca Wilson and I’m an awful person.

My life was good.
Or, at least, it was to the outside world.

But…

He was so alluring.
It was only supposed to be one night of fun, then I’d go back home to my boyfriend and new job, never to see him again.
Of course, life had other plans—plans to throw him, along with his little sister, back into my path and tempt me to change
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Published October 2016
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Le Ann Foster
Oct 11, 2016 rated it it was amazing
♡♡Reviewed for CherryOBlossoms Promotions ♡ ♡

I gave this book 5 Stars!

So I was intrigued to what this story might hold and I was blown away with the outcome of the secrets of the past. Rebecca and Max find their love in a not in a conventional way. I can see why some people would have been upset about cheating but in this book it totally made sense. I love how Rebecca could see that there was something with Max and I definitely would had a few more choice words with Doug. Over all this book ju
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Chloe Maxx
Oct 16, 2016 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Shelves: erotica, romance
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Amanda at WickedGoodReads
Oct 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
I loved everything about this story-except the cheating element. Sure, trust me, I get it. Your boyfriend is a douchecanoe. He treats you like crap, you have fallen out of like with him, but you are still with him. Therefor, control your lady bits until you are free. Secondly, if the man knows you are unavailable, he should not pursue you. Of course, in the beginning, he didn't know it-but when he did, I think yes-make your intentions known, and let her choose on her own what route she wishes to ...more
Brianna at Renee Entress's Blog
5 Stars!

Chloe Maxx pushed my boundaries and wowed me with her debut novel, Lessons of the Past. She took a taboo subject for me and twisted into something that I devoured in a matter of hours. And now she is back with her follow up, the second book in this series.

Lessons in Temptation was a sexy, sweet, intense, passionate, and scandalous love story full of twists, turns, ups, downs, and everything in between. This book started with a bang and kept me on the edge of my seat until the pages quit
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Anna
Oct 17, 2016 rated it did not like it
It's my own fault because I knew what the storyline was and I personally know I hate it yet I read it anyway. I let myself get hooked in by the cover. Weak on my part.

Let me be completely honest here, Rebecca completely annoyed the cr@p out of me. Her BF (not Max) was a complete ass yet she was living with him, had sex with him the night before she left for the beach, and I completely missed the part where she was going to end things with him. (view spoiler)
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Wendy Hodges
Oct 14, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Arc given for an honest review.
I hate cheating especially in relationships, if its not working and your not happy end it. I understand sometimes its not so easy but in the end it has to be better than cheating. That said I enjoyed this story, I didn't feel that Rebecca was a bad person for the decisions she makes, just that she was a bit torn.
Doug however was a bit of a "douch", I didn't like him, feel sorry for him in any way. I felt what happened was pretty much his own fault and he brought it
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Diane plourde
Oct 13, 2016 rated it really liked it


This is my first experience reading this author that kept me entertained all throughout this 4 star story.

ARC of Lessons in Temptations written by Chloe Maxx willingly reviewed in exchange of an honest spoiler free review.

Rebecca is not very happy in her current relationship. On a week end trip with some friends, she meets Max and they hit it off. One thing leads to another. She never expected to ever see him again but faith as other plans for them. She has some serious decisions to make.

I u
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Hilaria Alexander
Oct 11, 2016 rated it it was amazing
4.5 stars! This book was a fun roller-coaster!
Rebecca is a young woman who's looking to start a new teaching job. She has her own place, but her boyfriend decides to move in with her. She's fine with that, until Doug turns out to be a douchecanoe who acts like it's the 1950s and a woman's place is in the kitchen. After another argument with her lousy excuse of a boyfriend, Rebecca goes on a fun weekend with her girlfriends. During the outing, she meets Max, and despite having a boyfriend, she s
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Thetaintedrose Ttr
Oct 16, 2016 rated it liked it
This is the first book I've read by this author. While I liked her writing style this book really didn't work for me. I don't have an issue with the cheating aspect, it's fiction so whatever. What bothered me was Rebecca staying with a boyfriend she was miserable with. I also didn't get the relationship between her and Max. They didn't talk, I never understood why they were together other than to have sex. Then there was this gem from Max, "We all make mistakes. Look what you did to your last bo ...more
Bobbie Stanley
Oct 17, 2016 rated it really liked it
As far as fun, racy stories go, this one is pretty decent. What it really comes down to, though, is reader preference. There is absolutely nothing technically wrong with this book. The writing style is decent. The characters are well thought out. I loved the characters I was meant to love and hated the ones I was meant to hate. The thing of it is, though, this is a very racy book. And I do not mean that lightly at all. So how much you’re likely to enjoy reading this book really depends on the ba ...more
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