Thursday, September 17, 2015

Truth & Temptation Review...



She's a liar. He knows the truth.

Teagan Walker gets around. Ask anyone—hell, ask her. She'll own it with a smile. But beneath that smile is a girl whose parents didn't want her. Whose grandparents raised her without affection. Whose struggle with a burning anger threatens to consume her, though she'd rather punch someone in the face than talk about it. With a new job looming, she's determined to work her way into a better life. When she meets the sexiest guy she's ever seen, she decides to kick it off with a bang. And she makes her move.

But he's got moves of his own, and before the night is out, he strips her of way more than she means to reveal—without removing a single piece of clothing. That comes, too, of course. He's gotten under her skin like nobody before him, and what's the harm in one night with a sexy stranger? Exposed or not, she never has to see him again.

Except she does.

On Monday morning, they come face-to-face. He's the son of her new CEO—and her boss for the summer—and he threatens to bring her entire world crashing down, making her face every lie she's ever told.

Truth & Temptation is the third book in Riley Edgewood's Summer Loveseries, but can be read as a standalone.

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REVIEW (by Kayla):

Teagan gets around. But she owns it. But beneath all that is a girl whose parents didn’t want her and her grandparents raised her with no affection. She struggles with the anger burning inside her and she would rather hit someone than talk about any of it. But she has a new job she is starting and is determined to have a better life. But when Teagan meets a sexy guy, she wants to start her new life off with a bang. He gets under her skin but they can’t see each other again even though she wants to. When she gets to work on Monday, she finds out that he is the son of her new CEO and her boss for the summer. He threatens to bring down her life and makes her face every lie she has ever told. 
This book was good and I enjoyed it. I think that the author did a great job on it and I would read more books by her. I give it 4 out of 5 stars!