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Tempt Me If You Can by Janet Chapman

Tempt Me If You Can (edition 2010)

by Janet Chapman

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Title:Tempt Me If You Can
Authors:Janet Chapman
Info:Pocket Star (2010), Edition: Original, Mass Market Paperback, 368 pages
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Not sure who was supposed to be tempted or if there was tempting, but a nice read any way. There's just one more Sinclair brother for to write about. First though we'll get William the dragon's story. ( )
  pnwbookgirl | Feb 7, 2016 |
This was a fun read. Not complicated but a great romance novel. It's full of great characters, suspense, bad guys and a good bit of mystery. Not to mention float planes, a one antlered moose and a gorgeous locale.

Our hero Ben Sinclair finds out 15 years after the fact that he is a father. He left a small town in Maine without his love and without knowing about the suspicions about him after an explosion that killed a man. He receives a mysterious note telling him about his son. He learns that the boy is in the care of his Aunt Emma.

You know what is going to happen now, don't you. Of course there are all manner of spats and fireworks. And there are the dual mysteries of who caused that explosion and who sent Ben the note.

It was a nice day of reading with a strong heroine, a fun plot and I just can't forget that moose. ( )
  BrokenTeepee | May 8, 2010 |
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Benjamin Sinclair, head of an international shipping company in New York, receives a letter stating that he has a 15-year-old son in Medicine Gore, Maine. Ben leaves the family business with his brother and investigates the situation. Mike has been raised by his aunt Emma after her sister Kelly disappeared. The last time Ben was in Medicine Gore, he was protesting logging operations and trying to convince Kelly to move to New York. He tries to go back undercover, but his reputation precedes him: residents believe he caused a deadly landslide and deserted a pregnant girl. Emma knows better, although she is reluctant to lose Mike. Ben has his work cut out for him as he gets to know his son and tries to earn Emma’s trust by proving that he is there to stay, and that the real villain may be one of their own.
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When he discovers that he has a teenage son, shipping magnate Ben Sinclair is determined to make things right, but his son's aunt, Emma Sands, does not trust him, and he must prove to her that he is ready to be a father.

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