Book Review: The Devil's Temptation

 



Syn:
Stone Fox is the most aggravating man I have ever met. Not to mention, I’m tired of him throwing my K9 training career in my face as though I’m a threat to him and his club. After all I’ve done for them, the least he could do is stop acting like I’m untrustworthy. Of course, nothing is simple with that hard-headed man, and when he accuses me of something far worse, I’m done. And if he thinks I’ll accept his crap apologies, he has another thing coming. Suddenly, trouble comes knocking, and whoever they are try to shut down my business and take my dogs. I have no choice but to turn to the Devil’s Soldiers, and Stone, for help. But will I ever be able to forgive him? My body wants to, but my mind and heart tell me to run the other way.

Stone:
Our club has been through so much in the past few months that I can’t help but not trust our sexy-as-hell neighbor. Her association with the cops should have us all on edge. Which is exactly why I am an idiot and accused her in the worst way possible. Now, I need her to forgive me, while trying to keep her safe as our enemies shift their focus to her. And the more time I spend with her, the more I realize I was wrong. I’m going to have to do some major groveling to make it right. It shouldn’t be too hard, right? Her lips may say she will never forgive me, but her body begs me for more. She’s my greatest temptation. Now I have to convince her to forgive me. I just hope she doesn’t set her dogs loose on me first…

Each book in the Devil’s Soldiers MC Series is a different couple that gets their HEA. It is strongly recommended that you start at the beginning with The Devil’s Goddess because there is an overarching storyline that weaves through the series.


My Review

I really enjoyed this book a lot. Not just because of the steamy heat between Stone and Syn but because of Syn's profession as a K9 dog handler. I trained a guide dog for the blind years ago. It was a lot of work but a rewarding experience as well. Therefore, I was instantly drawn to Syn over our bond of dogs. as well as her feisty attitude. 

Due to Syn calling out Stone on his grumpy attitude, there was tension between them. Yet, it was only heightened by the attraction that they felt for one another. They both were a bit stubborn. However, when these two finally gave in to each other, it was so worth it. The steam that oozed off the pages of this book was HOT. Emily never disappoints with the steaminess. 

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