And here it is! Excuse me while I have a little squeal. Naturally, I wouldn't expect anyone to purchase it without reading at least one honest review, so here's another chance to read the review that was published on the fabulous Incy Black's blog at the weekend:
Tempted by Trouble has future Pulitzer Prize winner written all over it. Alice Walker, John Updike, Philip Roth and Cormac McCarthy can all move over – there’s a new literary genius on the scene. And, unlike those often bleak books with endings full of despair (yes, McCarthy, I’m looking at you), this book has a GUARANTEED happy ending (sorry, spoiler).
Where 2012 was the year of Hilary Mantel and the marvellous Bring Up the Bodies, 2013 will be the year of Michelle Smart and Tempted by Trouble. Where Mantel’s book charted the role of Thomas Cromwell in the downfall of Anne Boleyn, Tempted by Trouble charts the havoc that troubled socialite Pippa Rowantree causes for the reclusive billionaire, Marco Capello. Even better, where Bring Up the Bodies is set in the dreary Middle-Ages, Tempted by Trouble is set in the Caribbean! Yes, this book is full of sun, sea and emotional conflict aplenty. What more could you ask for?
Yes, Tempted by Trouble is that good. Honest. So good in fact, I’m going to give it a maximum 10/10, five gold stars and an A+.Ok, you've rumbled me. Yes, I wrote it myself. And yes, I might have got a teensy weensy bit carried away...
Still, if this review has whet your appetite, you can purchase it by clicking on one of these links:
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I'll be back to annoy you all soon.
Take care xxx