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Book Review of Tempted (Eternal Guardians, Bk 3)

Tempted (Eternal Guardians, Bk 3)
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Ms. Naughton has taken the Greek Argonaut myth, turned it on its head, and OWNED it! In TEMPTED, she includes all the elements of an extraordinary mythological tale: gods, goddesses, monsters, witches, and heroes saving the heroines! Just to name a few.

From the very beginning, I was hooked by the tough and cocky attitude of Demetrius. An act he has played for so long to distance himself from Isadora. He does everything he possibly can to keep that distance because of the darkness inside of him would ruin Isadora. But that coldness is sorely tested when they are stranded together and he has to save Isadoras life a few times.

Isadora doesnt remain a spoiled Princess for long. As she becomes a strong, independent woman, Isadora eventually sees through Demetrius false pretenses and realizes hes hiding something. Each time Demetrius turns away from her, which just steels Isadoras spine even more. Although Isadora may not know Demetrius dark secrets, I like the fact that Ms. Naughton doesnt keep the reader in suspense. It makes Demetrius all the more heroic as he battles his love for Isadora and doesnt want to see her ruined.

Now, dont be fooled, there is so much more going on in this book! Yes, the sex is hot and, at times, you may get as frustrated as Isadora. All the Argonauts are present along with Callia and Casey. Hades makes an appearance just to aggravate Isadora. Orpheus plays a major/big/humungous part this time around and he has some of the best lines. Where would we be without the big evil herself, Atalanta? Yeah, shes really causing havoc this time around. And this one last surprise, I did not see this coming! Poor Nick! Although, I knew something was up way back in MARKED Book #1. Youll have to read to find out.

While it isnt necessary to read the first two books in the Eternal Guardian series, they will provide back story and make it a bit easier to catch on. Be sure to refer to glossary in the back of the book before you start to read. The definitions listed there are a great help.

TEMPTED is a rip-roaring good time - the best one of the series by far! Although it has left me with more questions. But that is a good thing. More books about these luscious Argonauts!

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