Monday, 4 August 2014

Try (Temptation Series Book 1) & Take (Temptation Series Book 2) by Ella Frank

Uhhh...How to start this? Seriously, I'm not entirely sure.

I stumbled upon the title of the first book and noticed the names Tate and Logan. Because of my aversion to reading reviews and blurbs before I read the book, I left it at that. I did think to myself that Tate seemed to be a very popular name these days for female characters.

Have you read this book? Are you laughing yet? Because about 10% into Try, I was. Not because I thought the story was funny, or because it seemed so far-fetched, but because for once in my reading-life, I was completely taken out of my comfort zone and I had no one to blame but myself. I couldn't blame the author, because it turns out the blurb would have explained a few things. I can't blame the reviews, because after I finished both books in a day and a half(!), I finally read them.

Logan is a whore. Tate is a bartender. Logan is an a--hole. Tate is straight. Logan is still an a--hole. But Logan usually gets what he wants.

Here is the link to Try on Amazon --> so you can be the opposite of me and read the blurb.

You'll also find a considerable amount of reviews that will do this book more justice that I can muster at the moment. I will say this though; if this is not what you normally go for, I honestly think you'd be surprised at how much you'll like the characters. There's a whole lot of sex, swearing, angst, and all around hotness. I'm not saying this is for this will be for everyone. Heck, I didn't think I would be so obsessed with it after 36 hours, but something worth knowing about me - I love my sleep. And the book has to be really good for me to give it up.

If you're still reading this, there must be something in this post that piqued your interest. Good. Try is book 1 in the series, and Take is book 2. I thank the book-gods for One-Click and very fast internet download speeds. Without either of them, I might have actually had to do house work yesterday when I finished the first book. And I really didn't want to do that. I just wanted more Logan and Tate. So if you make it through Try, you NEED Taken. You need to read more about their relationship, you need to have the feels (yeah I know, this was a word on a list of words that no one over 18 should use - so sue me), and most importantly, you just need it.

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