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    Opposites do attract

    The story about good guy Ty and bad girl Zel. Zel is tired of life in the fast lane, of keeping up appearances and so she's decided to quit her modeling career by taking a midnight swim on Manhattan beach. A couple of hours later she finds herself using her one phone call to contact Tyrone Sullivan, lawyer and brother to her best friend Faith, someone who has a huge chip on his shoulder for something that happened many years ago. He is her only chance to get out of jail without causing a huge media storm and the means to lay low until everything blows over. But close proximity forces them to learn things about the other that neither if them knew. And Ty might just be the knight she's been waiting since forever to rescue her. Free ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.
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    Loved it!!!

    Heidi Rice is one of my favourite authors. Her books are fun, and funny, and I always love the conflicts between her heroes and heroines. Tempting the Knight was fantastic. A little hotter than others of hers I've read, and all the better for it. The idea of a modern day fairy tale was so much fun, especially the way Heidi Rice's heroine was no shrinking violet. Zelda was a very sassy lady. And the hero. Sigh. Well, Ty does rescue his heroine, modern day fairy tale style, and I have to say I fell totally in love with him.
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