The Temptress by C.J. Fallowfield Review

The Temptress
By: C.J. Fallowfield
Released: April 10th, 2015
Self-Published


There’s just something about a French accent, something that conjures images of romance, sex and passion. There’s a reason French is called ‘the language of love.’

Lulu McQueen runs an exclusive honeytrap agency, to test the fidelity of rich men for their suspicious partners. While her business flourishes and her track record in the field remains unbroken, earning her the nickname of The Temptress, her personal life isn’t so successful.

A trip to Paris, years ago, led to the most erotic encounter of her life with Luc, a charismatic, dominant, irresistible Frenchman. For one night she experienced bliss on a scale she’d never encountered and fled in the morning, ashamed of herself, but her Parisian one night stand was burned into her memories and no one since had compared.

With no one available on short notice, Lulu steps in to lure Mrs. Le Grand’s rich husband, for an extortionately high fee. Lulu’s in for the shock of her life when she finds her mark at the hotel bar. Luc Le Grand still has a face and body to make Adonis weep. He exudes confidence, masculinity and raw sex appeal.

The question now isn’t whether Lulu can tempt him, but whether she can resist him, retain her reputation and secure her fee, or whether she’ll fall under Mr. Le Grand’s spell. Again.


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This story moved me like no other story has moved me before. I was literally crying so hard at one point, I had to put the book down
Lulu McQueen is The Temptress. She is a PI who puts temptation in front of married men to find out if they are honest and stay faithful or they cheat.
On her last assignment, she runs into the only man she had ever loved and unknowingly sets the ball rolling of on her past to blow up in her face.
Luc Le Grand suddenly encounters Lulu in a bar, in London and after 6 years she is still the only women he has loved. Any now he will do anything he can do to keep her. The only thing that is standing in his way...is his wife.
I cannot even going express to you how much I love this book, the twists and turns that happen in this book blew my mind and I haven’t even told half the stuff that goes on. But I really don’t want to go more in to the story, as I will give away too much and this is really a story you should read.
I have you have been reading the For the Night Series by CJ. Fallowfield; you will also see some familiar characters, which I think is lovely that the books are joined.
The characters are amazing, but Tristan is my favorite! I can almost picture him and every time he is a part of the chapter it brings a smile to my face.
The story is amazing, the writing is smooth and other than me having to look up a few French sentences (My high school friend was a long time ago, the story just flowed off the page.
I have to say that CJ. Fallowfield has changed my outlook on contemporary romances, before reading the Austin Series; I was a strictly erotica or historical romance fan. But CJ’s writing and plots have changed the way I look at the story and I have become a contemporary romance fan.
I give The Temptress 10 out of 10 and a special plea that this will turn into a new series.








 C.J. Fallowfield is an Amazon #1 bestselling author of contemporary humorous erotic romance novels. She started writing in October 2013 and released her first novel, New Leaves, No Strings (The Austin Series #1) in January 2014.. She comes from the United Kingdom and is half French. She lives in the wonderful countryside of Wales, surrounded by rolling hills, trees and fields full of sheep and cows. Her writing aids include chocolate, Ben & Jerry’s and copious amounts of coffee. Reading was her main pastime, until she discovered the joy of writing, but she still tries to set aside time to indulge her appetite for funny, or steamy, reads by other authors too. She is yet to meet her Prince Charming, but lives with her extremely pampered fur baby, Pumpkin, kitten of mass destruction.




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