Tempt Me If You Can
When confirmed bachelor Benjamin Sinclair receives an anonymous letter claiming he has a teenage son, he’s in shock. He tries to track down his first love, but found that she’d disappeared completely, leaving their son Michael with her sister Emma. When Ben finds that once-shy Emma Sands has... show more
When confirmed bachelor Benjamin Sinclair receives an anonymous letter claiming he has a teenage son, he’s in shock. He tries to track down his first love, but found that she’d disappeared completely, leaving their son Michael with her sister Emma. When Ben finds that once-shy Emma Sands has blossomed into the strong, beautiful owner of a small chain of sporting camps, he signs up as a guest, hoping that in sixteen years he’s changed enough that she won’t recognize him, and he can get to know his son without complication. But Emma would recognize Ben Sinclair anywhere, anytime—and so does Michael. While Michael can’t wait to get to know his father, Emma is more cautious, fully aware that the kind of man who would abandon his pregnant girlfriend and his son is one she didn’t want around. Realizing that he’s falling in love with not only his newly discovered son, but also Emma, Ben becomes determined to find a way to make her love him back.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 23rd 2010
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 343
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Sinclair Brothers (#2)
Benjamin Sinclair has just found out he has a fifteen year-old son that someone had neglected to tell him about. Kelly had disappeared, leaving her younger sister, Emma Jean Sands, to raise his son, Michael, on her own. He knew that he would not be welcome in the area with the locals believing he ha...
This is a new author for me, and I'm so happy I randomly picked this book off the shelf at the library! I ran the gamut of emotions in this book, and I honestly think that's a sign of true talent in an author. I cried in parts, laughed in some, and bit my nails in suspense at others. The characters ...
Good plot and exciting ending but it took me a little longer to get into this book than most of her other books ... my rating 3.5* Ben gets a letter that he has a son age 15 who was raised by his Aunt Emma at a wilderness camp in Maine.