As news leaks out that Meg Amberley and Cade Byron were trapped together for weeks during a snowstorm, without a proper chaperon, they do the only thing they deem feasible - they pretend to be engaged. As Cade had no plans to marry ever, he feels that the least he owes Meg is a false engagement that saves her reputation, but allows her to find true husband during the season. The only problem, does he truly want to let her go to someone else?
Tracy Anne Warren is a welcome voice to the historical romance realm, she writes with depth and passion, bringing her characters to life. I found Meg and Cade to be both intriguing and likable. The tension between them was almost unbearably hot, Cade putting himself through a bit of torture, wanting to do the right thing by Meg, until he finally succumbs to his own desires. Cade, while trying to be aloof, is actually more open and accessible than most wounded heroes, which I liked. He was attempting to cut himself off from society, but, he voluntarily re-enters with Meg, not putting up much of a fight to close himself off again. Meg tried not to fall for Cade, but when she did, it was hard.
TEMPTED BY HIS KISS introduces us to the Byron family (no relation to Lord Byron), which I eagerly look forward to meeting again, I can't wait to see what kind of women enchant Jack and Edward.