Enticing Interlude : Tempest (Mankin)

  • by Michelle Mankin, Kai Kennicott
  • Narrated by Wen Ross
  • Series: Tempest (Mankin)
  • 7 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

To the talented vocalist Justin Jones, love is merely a game that he plays by his own rules. But to Bridget Dubois, love and heartache are one and the same. Broken too many times before, the delicate beauty keeps her emotions carefully concealed. Bridget has her own set of rigid rules when it comes to men. She prefers to avoid them altogether, especially dangerously seductive auburn haired emerald eyed players like Justin. But the new lead singer of the rising rock band Tempest doesn't like to be ignored.
Justin is used to getting what he wants, and now he’s set his sights on Bridget. Suddenly, it’s no longer a game. What do you do when the one you can’t have turns out to be the one you can’t live without? As the pressure builds, will it temper them or will it shatter them both like fragile crystal?


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Customer Reviews

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This was a much more laid back story than book 1 with Jason, the new sexy Lead Singer of Tempest, falling straight away for a shy, timid single Mother called Bridget and he went out of his way to be thoughtful, reassuring, kind and loving hoping to bring her out of her shell. So don't expect the usual drugs, women, booze and a rock star attitude because it isn't here..... just a well behaved but lonely 5 yr old boy.

But, as these stories go, something always goes wrong, and it's Jason's past that comes back to cause destruction and there's also a shocking surprise waiting for Bridget too. Plenty of romance, character growth, passion, sensual sex rather than graphic, a little drama and friends, relatives and band members all joined in to help make a sweet love story reach it's desired HEA ending.

What makes this romance so enjoyable is the dual narration where Wen Ross does Jason's sexy voice and Kai Kennicott does Bridget's voice which made all the conversations flow really well and sounded natural and they both put a lot of feeling into it too

Worth a credit? Would have preferred a more gritty romance but this was entertaining without it and YES a creditworthy addition
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- CAROLYN "I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again"

great storyline

If you could sum up Enticing Interlude in three words, what would they be?

Struggle, hardship, love

What was one of the most memorable moments of Enticing Interlude?

When they quit lying to themselves and admitted that there was something between them, that they needed each other as much as they did.

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- Rosemary Smith

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-21-2014
  • Publisher: michellemankin.com