Falling for her step-brother is a mistake T.J. doesn’t want to repeat, but one look into those sapphire blue eyes and she’s ready to give Jason whatever he wants.
Tammy-Jo Hawthorne’s marriage was floundering, but she never expected her husband to make her the laughing stock of Magnolia.
And she definitely didn’t expect to trip over him in their front yard after he’d been murdered.
Jason McIntyre was forced out of his home and away from the love of his life by the man who’d haunted his nightmares for ten long years.
Now Jason’s back—and he wants revenge.
This is the first story I’ve read by Jacquie Biggar. It won’t be the last. TEMPTED BY MR. WRONG hits all the right romance notes without succumbing to trite tropes.
The heroine is as down-on-her-luck as she could be. She’s in a pickle from the opening page, and things only get worse from there. But despite all the distress, I wouldn’t say she’s a damsel waiting to be saved. She has attitude, fortitude, spirit.
Doesn’t mean the hero isn’t an alpha male determined to save her, though. He very much is, even though he resists at first given their history.
I love it when chemistry overrides practicality, and that’s exactly what happens here. They both fight the attraction, and they both fail miserably. Those hot-and-heavy scenes more than satisfy any romance lover’s expectations.
The situation is unlikely to be one you’ll ever experience in real life (thank goodness for that!) but it’s not unbelievable. The story was a lovely blend of high-stakes, low points, and all the good stuff in between. The plot moved along at a brisk pace, the good characters are ones you’d like to have a drink with and the bad ones will make your hate-list.
I’ve had this author on my radar for some time now, but I never got around to reading her work before. I’m really glad I made the time to read this story. I highly recommend it. And now Jacquie Biggar’s other titles are moving up in my TBR pile.
To learn more about Jacquie Biggar and her work, or to find links to connect with her on social media, visit her website.