Teasing Annie by Helen Hardt

Teasing Annie

By Helen Hardt

  • Release Date: 2016-02-18
  • Genre: Romance
5 Score: 5 (From 67 Ratings)

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Editorial Reviews

"This series is a MUST READ. "
-United Indie Book Blog

Synopsis

Newly divorced from his greedy and deceptive first wife, Dallas McCray is convinced he wants a sweet country girl like his sister-in-law. So why is he lusting after the new veterinarian in town, striking New Jersey transplant Annie DeSimone?
 
Also divorced, Annie yearns to leave her difficult past behind and start a new life in beautiful Colorado. Sparks fly between her and the handsome Dallas, and happiness finally seems within reach. But attraction and emotion aren’t always enough…especially when a man has vowed never to make the same mistake twice.

Reviews

  • Book 2 -- Dallas and Annie

    5
    By MelissaNY666
    These McCray men move fast or the are old enough to no love.
  • Teasing Annie

    5
    By Heather B. 1983
    This is the second book in the Tempting Series. This is about Dallas which is Zach's older brother. He meets the new veterinarian Annie and they have instant attraction to each other. They both have a bad past with the relationships. They have to deal with their past in order to get to the future. This is an awesome Romance with a twist in the end. Can't wait to read more about this family.
  • Teasing Annie

    5
    By Aenaled
    I was provided a complimentary copy of Teasing Annie in exchange for an honest review. There are few authors who are as versatile as Helen Hardt. She can write about modern day cowboys and turn around and write historical fiction to perfection. It isn't every author who attempts to do this, and I heartily applaud Helen Hardt's success. Teasing Annie focus's on those modern day cowboys running McCray Landing, "...the largest and most profitable ranch in southeastern Colorado..." (Teasing Annie loc 149 of 2334). Annie DeSimone is the new vet who meets newly single Dallas McCray. The attraction is immediate and all consuming for both of them. There is an instant connection between the two. There is a dark element in this book that is dealt with in a very straightforward and compassionate manner. Helen Hardt in fact, provides a disclaimer at the beginning of her book to warn of the possible trigger. There are many conflicts that keep Dallas and Annie apart, and the journey to see if they can conquer these challenges is certainly worth the resolution they reach at the end. I recommend The Temptation Series to everyone who enjoys adult erotica, action, suspense, or Helen Hardt books in general.

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