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    Danger, action and romance!

    Tempt the Night begins with a bang (or several) literally and the action just keeps on. Samantha “Mac” McCallister is in the wrong place at the wrong time, a witness to the murder of her friend, an Alaskan state trooper by his colleagues and is forced to go on the run. Framed for murder, she is now being hunted by both the law and the bad guys. A last-minute lifeline from her friend leads her to Jim Brady. Jim is a former Navy SEAL now working as a private contractor. On a trip to Alaska to find a missing person, he encounters Mac and is drawn into the danger and intrigue surrounding her. Mac was surprisingly resourceful and good at keeping herself under the radar but was woefully out of her depth when she met Jim and he stepped up to protect her. Nothing like a damsel in distress to awaken all those Sir Galahad tendencies. The attraction between them was hot and instantaneous, heightened by the danger surrounding them, but Jim was suffering from PTSD and prone to uncontrollable fits of rage and had chosen to be alone to protect others from himself so he could only offer Mac a short-term fling. I was pleasantly surprised by Tempt the Night. The action was intense and the kind that keeps the heart rate up. The characters were engaging and likable and their development was done really well. Mac was gutsy, smart and daring and these qualities came in handy several times. Jim was exactly what you would expect from men of his ilk: a warrior who had to be in control of everyone and everything, which made for interesting times! Tempt the Night hits all the right notes: intense action and passionate chemistry. *I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.*
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