Tempting Evil : Number 2 in series Paperback
Part of the Prison Break Trilogy series
Haunted by the tragic loss of her husband and son, bestselling author Joanna Sutton now lives in near seclusion in the rugged, snow-covered mountains of Montana.
But unbeknownst to Jo, her haven is soon to become hell when Aaron Doherty, escaped from prison during a huge earthquake, arrives at her door.
Having read all her novels, Doherty is dangerously obsessed with Jo, and now he wants to claim her as his own.
Local sheriff Tyler McBride's world is also shaken when his son goes missing in a massive snowstorm in the mountains.
But when he discovers that his one-time lover Jo has spearheaded a search-and-rescue mission - aided by Doherty - his world sinks even lower.
Two people have already been brutally murdered, and now those he cares about most are in the company of a psychopath - and in very mortal danger...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 432 pages
- Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
- Publication Date: 01/08/2008
- Category: Crime & mystery
- ISBN: 9780749939366
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Review by Krisrich85
Tempting Evil is a romantic suspense novel and certainly lived up to the genre. Yes it is similar to others I've read, but the characters are so well written that I just love reading these books. Joanna Sutton and Tyler McBride are the main characters. Aaron Doherty and Hans Vigo are secondary characters. For me the characters couldn't get any more real. Aaron is convinced that Joanna loves him because she has written romance novels that he feels were only for him. When in reality she doesn't know he even exists. He will do anything to get her to come with him. I really liked Tyler, I'm a sucker for strong yet understanding men. Tyler stops at nothing to save Joanna, but at the same time is willing to wait until she is ready for their relationship to move to the next level. I liked Joanna, she was willing to do anything for the people she cared about. <br/><br/>For me Romance Novels, no matter what specific kind they are, all have an underlying point that love conquers all. If your love is true and strong you can handle anything. I love a happy ending. :) It was really hard for me to spend so much time in Aaron's head. Experiencing his convoluted sense of what is actually going on. I think that could have been one of the reasons why it took me so long to read. Allison Brennan's writing style is really clear and always enjoyable to read. I wasn't really emotional during this book. Sometimes a little frustration crept up in regards to Aaron, but he is written as a character your not supposed to like. This books is part of the <b>Prison Break Series</b> and I will be continuing on to the next book. I would recommend this to anyone that enjoys "Cop Thrillers".