Review: Tempted By a Touch by Kris Rafferty

Tempted by a Touch by Kris Rafferty
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone - An Unlikely Hero #2
Release: October 24, 2016
Length: 239 pages

People keep dying around Harper MacLain. Try as she might, she can’t stop bad things from happening to those she loves. When her closely guarded secret lands her in the middle of her ex-boyfriend’s investigation, she’s in over her head. She hates that Detective Lucas Sullivan is in her life again, tempting her to fall back into bad habits...and his bed.

When Harper left him, Lucas tried not to care, burying himself in his job instead. Then Harper became the job. Now they’re on the run, and all he can think about is keeping her safe...and his hands off her. Lucas knows she's the key to solving his case, if he can keep them alive long enough to do it. And that's the trick...because falling in love can kill you.

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My Review

Ever since I read Betrayed by a Kiss back in August, this author has been on my radar. I eagerly awaited her next book in this series and I was NOT disappointed. Crazily intense chemistry and the push and pull of remembered pain and heartbreak were the makings of the relationship between the main characters. Could they risk it all, life and limb, for a second chance together?

Harper MacLain (sister of Dane from Book One) is up to her neck in trouble. Fooled by Joe (a bad guy from Book One), she's got no shortage of bad guys coming after her because of the mess/investigation of WE. It seems that the only person who can help her is the absolute last guy she wants to see. Lucas Sullivan broke both of their hearts a year ago but he hasn't forgotten Harper. Nor has he stopped loving her (and her him). Now it's up to him to not only keep her alive but to convince her to take another chance on him.

A great book full of action and suspense and the rekindling of a relationship that both characters can't seem to let go of.

An ARC was generously provided in exchange for an honest review

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