Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Review: Driven to Temptation Melia Alexander

Driven to Temptation


Aidan Ross might be an engineering genius, but people skills? Not this soldier’s forte. Thankfully, a trusted friend is accompanying him to a make-or-break tradeshow…but then a bubbly redhead hops into his truck, claiming to be his new road trip buddy. She’s a gorgeous distraction he can’t afford. Or ignore.

Delaney Harper comes from a family of engineers—male engineers. With several impressive projects under her belt, she’s on a mission to prove she can hang with the big boys, too. But cracking the sexy, closed-off CEO is tougher than she expects…and hotter than she could have imagined. 

With the tempting woman disrupting his carefully planned schedule, Aidan can’t focus on the road, much less their upcoming presentation. The future of his company is riding on this trip, and if they’re to land a huge account, he has to keep his head—and his heart—in the game…

5-Stars Review

I loved it! It's absolutely amazing, just sucked me in right from the beginning and I couldn't put it down. It's most definitely a must read for romance lovers.

Delaney is determined to prove herself in a men's world. She is brilliant and nothing can stop her from getting what she wants. She has worked hard, and now it's time for her to take her career to the next level. Aiden is the key for that. He owns the company she works for and if she wants to become a partner then she needs to wow him. Which won't be difficult because her work speaks for itself.

Aiden is definitely impressed by her work ethics and proud of her. But the more time they spent together the more he realises that it's not a work relationship he wants, he wants her. Things get more and more complicated when they are both "Driven to Temptation". Now more than his firm's future is at stake...

A beautifully written book, with awesome characters. On one side there is Delaney who is confident about her talent and knows exactly what she wants. Also she isn't afraid of speaking her mind. On the other hand there is Aiden socially awkward, and used to keeping his emotions bottled up. When these two opposite personalities collide we've perfect chemistry, and heart-warming romance in the making. I enjoyed reading this book a lot and recommend it to all readers.