Sunday, April 7, 2013

eARC: Tempting Cameron by Karen Erickson

Around Christmas time, I took a little journey to Lone Pine. This is the place where we got to meet some of the McKenzie family. Well, we are back in Lone Pine to meet another McKenzie. This time we get to know Cameron in Tempting Cameron by Karen Erickson. So, let me share the story and my thoughts.

Cameron has no desire to be back in Lone Pine. However, I think his sister, Jane, would be piss if he didn't show up for her wedding. So, he's stuck in Lone Pine for the summer, because he doesn't really anywhere else to go. While at the wedding he notices Jane's best friend, Chloe Dawson. Let's just say, he's taken aback by how she has grown up.

Chloe has always had a thing for Cameron. However, he never saw her more than the annoying friend of his sister. Now she gets a chance to hang out with Cam for the summer with no strings attach. I don't know, but that never seems to work.

I love the Bliss line, because they usually come out really sweet stories that warm the heart. Tempting Cameron is no exception. I love Chloe and how everyone is trying to look out for her. She's described as the towns princess (not because she's mean, but sweet and innocent). Then you have Cameron. Ok, the guy has some insensitive moments and was a total jerk to Chloe. One of those moments would have been better if just kicked a puppy in front of a little kid, than what he did to Chloe. However, he did redeem himself, which is the most important when it comes to heroes.

Overall, I enjoyed this sweet read. Even though Karen Erickson is know for more steamer books, this is still a great story by her. I enjoyed how Cam realize mistake and tries to rectify his mistake. A great redeeming quality. I love Chloe, because she's just so down to earth and sweet. So, if you are looking for a story with sister best friend getting her dream man, you might enjoy Tempting Cameron. After all even with not-so-senstive guy can be very tempting.

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