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If you are a Singh fan, you would have read the first two stories already. I believe "Beat of Temptation" was in "The Enchanted Season" and "Stroke of Enticement" was in "The Magical Christmas Cat." I'm reviewing the two new stories first:
I smiled through "Declaration of Courtship." It was extremely sweet. Cooper tried so hard to be considerate but naughty at the same time towards Grace. Grace had her own sort of strength as well and the story explained quite nicely the importance of submissive in a pack. Definitely my favorite.
"Texture of Intimacy" was a disappointment, especially because I came to like Lara and Walker so much from Singh's other books. It was a very similar theme to the other stories (couples finding their way together) but somehow it lacked direction. It wasn't very interesting and if you have never read Singh before, you would be totally lost.
"Beat of Temptation" catches a lot of negative reviews because Nate is such a jerk. But for me, it just makes it so much sweeter when he gets told off by everyone. I love how proactive Tamsyn is. She tries different ways to get Nate to see her point, but he was just too stuck in his own way. I adore the story.
"Stroke of Enticement" might be the shortest story. It's very simple and nicely to the point. I kind of wish it was longer because Annie and Zach are such a great couple.
For a Singh fan, I have to say it was just an okay anthology given two of the stories were old and only one of the two new ones were good. For someone who has never read Singh, I would rate this book slightly higher.