The Tempting Of Thomas Carrick

The Tempting Of Thomas Carrick

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The author returns to Scotland, where destiny and passion intertwine. Thomas Carrick is determined to make his own life in the bustling port city of Glasgow, far from the demands of the Carrick clan, eventually with an appropriate wife on his arm. But disturbing events on his family's estate force Thomas to return to the Scottish countryside, where he is forced to ask for help from the last woman he wants to face. Thomas has never forgotten Lucilla Cynster and the connection that seethes between them, but to marry Lucilla would mean embracing a life he's adamant is not for him. Strong-willed and passionate, Lucilla knows Thomas is hers - her fated lover, husband, protector, mate. He is the only man for her, just as she is his one true love. How can he ignore a bond stronger than reason and choose a different path? She's determined to fight for their future, and while she cannot command him, she has enticements of her own to wield when it comes to tempting Thomas Carrick.
Publisher: North Sydney, NSW : 2015. Harlequin Mira,
ISBN: 9781743690109
Branch Call Number: AF LAUR


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May 06, 2016

28/3 - From the first Cynster book (currently, as of 28/3/15, #23 hasn't been published) to the last. So far, The Tempting of Thomas Carrick has been a bit yawn-worthy - all exposition about Thomas Carrick's company and personal background which hasn't been all that riveting. Hopefully when we meet Lucilla she's a bit more interesting. To be continued...

8/5 - Well, after a long, medically-induced hiatus I finally feel well enough and motivated enough to get back to reading and reviewing. Regrettably I didn't write more about my thoughts on this book before I was forced to stop reading and writing as I don't really remember a whole lot about the plot. I think 3 stars would be a fair rating, but I can't actually give any evidence-based reasons for this rating, just the feeling that if I had enjoyed it more I would be able to remember it better - good books stick in your memory, right? It can't have been dreadful, because I'm sure I would remember that just as much as if it had been wonderful. So, no extreme feelings either way, therefore it's a 3 from me.

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