Who knew that a chance encounter at a bar would lead to what could possibly be a longer lasting relationship than might otherwise have been looked for, but to good eating as well? That is what happens to Sinclair when he meets Callum in a bar.
Sin is overprotective, a bit stubborn, and tends to be domineering at times. All of that comes in handy when one of Callum's fans turns into a stalker. What will happen in the end (with the fan, with Sin and Callum, and with their relationship)?
I liked Tempting Sin. It appealed to me with the characters, the situation, and how things worked out. A big plus to me is that it appealed to my sense of humor (which can be odd at times) in that I found some of the situations humorous (i.e., how, if going on perceptions, some of the characters acted, well "out of character" for what one might think).
When ex-mercenary Sinclair Alverston spots celebrity chef Callum Turner at a bar, he has no idea how the slim blond will change his life.
Callum doesn't know what to think about Sin's overprotective, domineering behavior, but the man is hot, so he succumbs to his attraction.
When a fan turns stalker, Callum has no choice but to let his lover take over and keep him safe. All he can hope is, in the long run, their relationship will thrive and Callum can continue tempting Sin.
READER CAUTION: This title is an expanded, re-edited release.