• Tempting as Sin

  • Sinful, Montana Series, Book 2
  • By: Rosalind James
  • Narrated by: Emma Wilder
  • Length: 14 hrs and 3 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (505 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Once bitten, twice shy.

Rafe Blackstone may play the sexiest werewolf superhero to ever melt a woman's...heart...on the big screen, but Lily Hollander has already been bitten once by an actor, and once was enough. When she's fooled all over again, it's time to put that wayward heart in lockdown mode, especially once Rafe starts aiming his overprotective streak at her identical twin. Lily may seem like the softer side of the twinship, but nobody messes with her sister.

There's nothing she can do about Rafe being her temporary neighbor in the mountains above Sinful, Montana, or about being forced to witness the least impressive feats of horsemanship known to man. That doesn't mean she has to let him into her lingerie store, her heart, or any other part of her anatomy. He can just take his silver-blue wolf eyes, his rueful smile, and the rest of his gorgeous self, and...Wait, where was she again?

Oh, yeah. Are you allowed to hate your future almost-brother-in-law, if you do it really, really quietly?

©2018 Rosalind James (P)2018 Rosalind James

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Mmm ever so tempting!

This book was so much fun! I really enjoyed the first book in the series and this second one didn’t disappoint. It really liked how it dealt with how people aren’t always what they seem. Like Rafe wasn’t an arrogant mean guy and Lily got a chance to find that out and heal from her own problems.

I always love Rosalind James books because they still have that happy ending, but it’s always an interesting and unique journey.

The narration was also fantastic! The voice actress really captures the essence of each character and does accents really well.


I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.

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Tempting yet super sweet!

Tempting as Sin, brings us Rafe and Lily. We met them in Book 1 when their siblings came together and are engaged to be married. Rafe is an actor, Lily is done with actors (she was married to one) Lily is softer than her twin sister, but she's working on becoming stronger and braver. Rafe needs to escape and prepare for his new role so he goes to his brothers cabin in Sinful Montana to get away, he's also Lily's neighbor.
Lily befriends Bailey a 8yr old girl who lives with her grandmother, but seemingly does not have a great upbringing. Along with Bailey comes a crazy fun dog. The story of Rafe, Lily,and Bailey is heartwarming and fun. The love in this book between Rafe, Lily and Bailey just pulls at the heartstrings.

Listening to this book was just as amazing as reading it. Emma Wilder does an amazing job switching voices is outstanding! She makes Bailey even sweeter than she already is. Ms. James, and Ms. Wilder are a winning combination. I can't wait to hear the 3rd book.

"I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.”

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How does luck appear? Bad is good!

It's fantasy evening when Rafe meets Lily in a San Francisco bar far away from either of their own homes. Little did they know their seemingly harmless identity deceptions would backfire on them big time. That was bad luck, but not. . . because they had that evening's sweet memory to look back on and realize that what they felt was real. A lot of things happen to Rafe that seem like bad luck, but turn out to be a matter of perception. He's good at that.

When they meet this time, back on the home ground of the first book, Sinful Montana, they find themselves dealing with an orphaned kid and a mangy dog as well as their attraction to one another.

This might be the first book I've read that I enjoyed MORE as an audio book. Emma Wilder did an amazing job of the voices and Rafe's changing accents. The rhythm of the story kept me so engaged that I listened to nearly the entire book in one day. I liked Lily from the previous story and Rafe was a great character, too. As always, the secondary characters in a Rosalind James book were great! The nine-year-old sounded and acted like a nine-year-old that you could come to love. Martin, the assistant was fun, too. These characters live in a community that interacts with them, but just the right amount.

I had already purchased the Kindle version of this book, but then received a free copy of this audio version in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.

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Loving Summer in Sinful, Montana

Welcome back to Sinful, Montana! I always enjoy a new book by Rosalind James and Tempting as Sin (Sinful, Montana Book 2) is no different. In this audio version of the novel, it was fun to view the world through the eyes of the more gentle twin, Lily Hollander, who actually has a steel core of her own. Rafe Blackstone, movie star or not, is a good man who has more depth and a stronger moral code than Lily originally gives him credit. This is the norm for main characters of Rosalind James’ books: the women are strong and the men are good, honorable men. I found the first part of this book a bit slow going but became totally engrossed as it progressed, unwilling to turn it off as I listened to the last half of the book nearly nonstop. I was especially taken with eight year old Bailey, struggling through a nightmarish childhood, and the goofball pup, Chuck. I also appreciated the way that Lily and Rafe worked together to do their best to support and protect Bailey (and Chuck). I loved the book’s ending; so sweet, so romantic. 

The narration by Emma Wilder is excellent. The inflections she uses as well as the different voices she employs add depth and shading to an already enjoyable book. 

I recommend this book to those who love a feel-good story and a sweet, occasionally spicy, romance. Four stars. 

I was given a free copy of this book’s audio release in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions stated are solely my own. 

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Loved it!!

I really love Rosalind James books & audiobooks.Once I start reading or listening I can't stop until I finish. This story is no exception. My favorite thing about her writing is that family is always so important and a big part of the books. Tempting as Sin is not a continuation of book 1 Guilty as SIn but it's best if you read that one first so you can relate all the characters that are in both books. Rafe and Lily are both relatable people and you root for both of them to come out ahead. As always i look forward to the next book by Rosalind James.
Emma Wilder does such an amazing job on the narration. She's one of my favorites. The accents and male voices are so good you sometimes forget it's the same narrator.

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Welcome to Sinful, Round 2

Yes, indeed, what DO you do when you're not so fond of your identical twin's future brother-in-law...except maybe fall in love with him? Lily and Rafe most definitely start out on the wrong foot, keep tripping over it and finally get their feet under them and find their way home to each other. Luckily, they take us along for the ride as they go from San Francisco, Montana, Australia and back again, dodging the paparazzi, fighting the pull they felt for each other the first time they met, taking care of a big goofy dog and falling head over heels for a sweet lost little girl, too. A heartwarming, yet very sexy story, Tempting as Sin is the perfect book to settle down by the pool with and escape.

Emma Wilder is a fabulous narrator and makes a great book even better.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review and was not required to post a positive review. All opinions are my own.

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Excellent

This audiobook by Rosalind James and narrated by Emma Walker was stellar! I enjoyed the characters, story. Narration was perfect.

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Just wonderful!

I enjoy everything Rosalind James writes & Emma Wilder is just fantastic! I highly recommend this audiobook & all the others written & narrated by these team!

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Incredible!

I was just as sucked in to this story as I was Guilty As Sin! I loved the dynamic with Lily and Raif and how big their hearts are.

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Romantic escapade

The twins each move in their own directions, this book focusing on the Montana twin from her actor neighbor to a distressed child and the bond they build together.

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  • Giggle6666
  • 07-28-18

Great Summer listen

A really engaging waltzer of a story. A great summer listen.

This book is full tension and emotion which comes through a really well paced story. Rafe and Lily really have to learn to thrust in love again.

Following a betrayal by his ex fiancé Rafe needs to hide away until the drama passes enter his brother Jace's cabin, close to Lily's cottage in Sinful.

Through in some twin misunderstanding, a trip to Australia and eight year old Bailey and her stray mutt Chuck and you have got yourself one hell of journey for both Lily and Rafe.

Get ready to fall in love with Bailey and Chuck, Lily and Rafe aren’t to bad either.
Really great summer listen

I received a copy of this book in exchange for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.

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  • Louise
  • 06-28-19

Omg couldn’t get over the awful Australia accents

DNF I just couldn’t listen to the whole book the awful Australia accent was so bad, the Ozzie slang that was put in the book was just ridiculous, I’m Australia and we don’t use gobsmacked etc in every sentence, and the accent was just the worse I’ve ever heard