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Sophie and Amy Dempsey are just two wedding filmers trying to hop to the next level of their careers when they agree to produce a documentary of ageing film star Clea Whipple's return to her hometown of Temptation, Ohio. And when the local mayor, Phin Tucker, and the police chief, Wes Mazur, proffer themselves as willing subjects for quick flings, Sophie and Amy aren't the type to object. But things are never easy in rural Ohio, and what starts off as an esoteric art film project soon evolves into potential porn--and that's just the relationships, let alone the documentary. Clea's husband Zane turns belly-up, the race for mayor turns dirty and Sophie and Phin turn on the heat full steam.
With hot sex, clever characters and Crusie's trademark wit, Welcome to Temptation will keep your eyes glued to the page and your stomach aching with laughter. --Nancy R.E. O'Brien --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Not romantic, too many cheap scenes... and the porn movie theme was as off putting as it gets.Published 4 months ago by Emma Frost
This book is one of JC's best books, as it has well developed characters and some very funny moments. Read morePublished on 5 Jan. 2012 by J. Heynert
This is a light-hearted and funny romantic suspense novel, high on the romance and low on the suspense. I'd recommend it if you like Buffy-style humour and aren't a prude. Read morePublished on 1 Sept. 2010 by M. Rahman
I absolutely loved this book. I have never read any of Jennifer Crusie's books up until now and I am so glad I stumbled across this little gem! Read morePublished on 10 April 2010 by 2Angels
I first read this on my honeymoon six years ago, since then I have read every other book by Crusie but this is far and away the best. Read morePublished on 4 May 2009 by Miss Story
I've only recently discovered Jennifer Crusie but I love what I've read so far. This book really zips along and I stayed up til 2am to finish it! Read morePublished on 31 Jan. 2008 by VB
This is not only my favourite Jennifer Crusie, its one of my favourite romance books too. Both the main characters are likeable and Phin Tucker is one of the sexiest fictional men... Read morePublished on 19 Sept. 2007 by Trashy Romance Addict
Crusie writes chick lit that's up there with the best of them and this is the best-realized of all her novels combining humour, eroticism, a sharply-pointed portrait of small-town... Read morePublished on 4 Nov. 2004 by Anita Coulson