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Vital Temptations - Review by Martha A Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat; Think With Your Taste Buds; A Book and A Dish
The two chatted for several minutes as Bethany continued studying him. Something about him reminded her of her dad, who always told her to look for a sense of humor in a man. His beautiful complexion and perfect lips and teeth were an added bonus; she loved a man who took pride in his oral hygiene and nails. His pearly white smile sparkled at her when he spoke. Bethany sensed that he was much younger than the guys she usually dated and she was unimpressed that he came to the conference unprepared; nonetheless she accepted his offer for lunch since she hated eating alone.
Dr. Bethany McNeal has just met the love of her life - Dr. Brent Anderson. Both are attending a conference at the Seattle Children's hospital. The unprepared Dr. Anderson takes the only available seat left which is next to Bethany.
Just a couple years earlier Bethany had found herself in a relationship with a man she really loved and trusted. Turned out trust was the last thing he should have been given. They parted ways with her being extremely cautious when it came to men. Brent finally broke through the wall she had built and she had fallen so in love with him that she knew there would be no other. But... Brent came with secrets, both past and present. Secrets that should end any feelings she has for him. When she finally learns what he has been hiding from her the pain is unbearable but nothing can kill her love.
As I read Vital Temptations I found myself rooting for Bethany. Hoping she would open her eyes and see what was going on around her. Hoping she would listen to her best friends Danielle and Caleb. Listen to them when they tell her there are other women. Listen when Danielle introduces her to Charles who falls heavily for her. This love story will keep you in suspense all the way to the end, wondering what is going to happen to Bethany. I knew how I wanted it to end. I'll not tell you what I hoped for but will tell you that it didn't end the way I wanted it to which is good because I think it ended just the way it should. I had a hard time putting this book down and if you're a fan of a good 'what is she going to do' you'll be glad you picked this one up.