Spunky and attractive chef Emma Keeton proves to be the catalyst grieving widower Griff Coleman needs to put his past behind him in Lynn LaFleur's entrancing Irresistible Sin.
Though she's been reluctant to pursue long-term relationships, Griff's ruggedness, sensitivity, and sexual prowess prove to be too much for Emma to resist as they work side-by-side at her restaurant.
Griff's unique blend of vulnerability and masculinity, as well as Emma's emotional complexity, is superbly conveyed by performer Kasha Kensington's nimble and impassioned performance.
Griff Coleman used to be the happiest man in the world, until a doped-up kid killed his wife in a bank robbery. Now he does his job during the day and spends the rest of the time alone.
Emma Keeton, a five-foot-three package of energy, comes barreling into his life. They’re thrown together when Griff is put in charge of building a restaurant where Emma will be chef. Emma oozes sex appeal, an appeal Griff finds irresistible.
Emma has never been interested in anything long-term with a man. Her feelings change as she and Griff spend so many hours together. Sex with him is the best she’s ever had, but soon only sex isn’t enough. Griff has to let go of the past and accept her as part of his future. Only then will he heal and love her as much as she loves him.