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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful end to a great series, 18 April 2009
josie82 (Fife, Scotland, UK) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Tempted at Midnight (Berkley Sensation) (Mass Market Paperback)
Lady Emily Stapleford is determined that she will only marry for love. Unfortunately, due to her family's dire financial situation, it looks like Emily might not have a choice in the matter. So she concocts a daring plan. She writes a story about a lady vampire and hopes that by selling it she will save her family from financial ruin and herself from a loveless marriage.

In order to create public interest, Emily whips up a frenzy as a mysterious vampire which has the ton all abuzz. Except for one person - Logan Jennsen. The mysterious and aggravatingly handsome American knows Emily is up to something and is determined to find out all her secrets. Unfortunately, he's got some secrets of his own that just might put the couple in serious danger.

This is the concluding book in the Mayhem in Mayfair series after Sleepless at Midnight, Confessions at Midnight and Seduced at Midnight. The same characters appear in all four books but the plot is completely separate so the book stands alone quite well.

I have been looking forward to Logan and Emily's story from the start of the series and this book didn't disappoint. I loved how the pair created sparks together and how they both were a bit confused by the fact that perhaps they didn't hate each other after all! There was great chemistry and lots of sensuality despite the number of love scenes being quite small.

The very minor mystery element was interesting and the whole story kept my attention and really made me want to keep reading the book until the very end without putting it down. If I had to make one criticism it would be that I didn't really understand the need for the snippets of the vampire book at the beginning of each chapter, but it wasn't offensive in any way and it didn't detract from my enjoyment of the story as a whole.

Overall, this was a funny, sweet, romantic and interesting story and one that I would definitely recommend. 5 stars.
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Tempted at Midnight (Berkley Sensation)
Tempted at Midnight (Berkley Sensation) by Jacquie D' Alessandro (Mass Market Paperback - 7 April 2009)
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