Title: Temper For You
Series: For You #3
Author: Genna Rulon
Genre: New Adult, Romance
Published: September 24, 2014
Formats: Ebook, Paperback
“Life is messy. Love is messier.” -Catch and Release
Meg Adeio has led a life of isolation—not by choice, by necessity—until one act of heroism forces her out of seclusion. Despite a past shrouded in mystery, Meg is “adopted” by an eclectic group of friends that become the family she never had. Life was good for the first time in…ever.
Or it was until Westly Black reappeared on her doorstep. She knew he was the last man any woman should give her time to—only good for one thing—yet a temptation no woman could deny. Wes might make her life messy, but Meg’s eyes were wide open and she had it under control. At least she thought she did.
When past and present collide, loyalties are tested, forcing Meg to sacrifice her future to protect those she loves.
Temper For You is a gripping story of regret, deception, and redemption – filled with raw emotion, sarcastic wit, intrigue, and love’s propensity to forgive.
• Though Temper For You is a part of the For You Series, it can be read as a stand alone
• This story is appropriate for readers 18+
Temper For You offers a great dose of love, lust, drama , humour and intrigue, which makes for a fantastic end to this series. Here’s why:-
- Genna Rulon has a lovely writing style that expresses great emotion and the story flows at a good pace which held my interest in the story.
- The characters are very likeable and I found traits in each of them I could relate to. As for the main characters; Meg’s background was not at all what I was expecting and liked this element of surprise. Wes was the typical arrogant lawyer that I’ve come to expect in reads similar to these, but he is very swoon-worthy and sweet towards Meg.
- The antics of the secondary characters Ev and Sam were great and left me chuckling on more than one occasion.
- Love scenes between Meg and Wes were very steamy without any ‘over sharing’ of the nitty-gritty details.
- I enjoyed the dual point of view between Meg and Wes that the story was told from.
- My only gripe would be that I found the story dragged on a little bit when Meg would drift off into her internal monologue, until one of the other characters snapped her out of it.
- The ending is a happy one and you feel like all the characters are in a good place in their lives and that they will be OK.
Overall, a lovely read to end this fascinating series. If you haven’t read any of Genna’s books as yet, I highly recommend that you JUST DO IT! As you will not be disappointed.
4 fantastic stars!
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