Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Review: Take ( Temptation #2 ) by Ella Frank

Take by Ella Frank

Logan Mitchell is a man who’s always been more than happy to take what he wants. It’s a philosophy that’s proven lucrative in both his business and personal life, and never was it more apparent than the night he laid eyes on Tate Morrison. After pulling out all the stops and convincing the sexy bartender to give him a try—he’s hooked. 
Now, Logan finds himself in a predicament that demands more from him than a smart-ass answer and his innate ability to walk away when things get too deep. 
He has a choice to make, and it’ll force him to do something he’s never done before—take a chance.

Tate Morrison knows all about taking a chance. He took the biggest one of his life the night he showed up at Logan’s apartment to explore his unexpected reaction to the man. 
Ever since then, he’s thought about little else.
At first he was convinced his attraction was based solely on his body’s curiosity. But the more time he spends with the silver-tongued lawyer, the more Tate realizes that their physical chemistry is only the beginning. 
He’s starting to catch a glimpse of what life with Logan would be like, and it’s one full of excitement and satisfaction—a far cry from what he had in the past with his soon to be ex-wife.

Each man will face their fears as they begin to understand the true meaning of give and take. Their feelings for one another will be tested, as will their very beliefs. But now that they’ve found love where they least expected it, will they be brave enough to reach out and take it?




Oh, what can I say beside I totally want to switch team and jump into the whole m/m bandwagon now. Is every male couples out there are as sexy, romantic, sweet, endearing and totally swoony like Logan and Tate?

This sequel deal with a tons of emotion. Feelings overload here. Tate is facing a fall out with his family who can't accept him. Oh my god. They were such a judgmental bunch of tight-asses. Initially I was thinking that his mother is just in shock and hoping she will come around. I mean, I want Tate to feel happy and accepted by his family. Is there still hope in that department? As for the bitchy ex-wife, she can just go fuck herself. 

As for Logan, I didn't know he had such a difficult past relationship. It explains a lot of his reluctance for commitment especially with a man who was straight. He was so afraid to be left behind and being the dirty secret again. 

"I'm sorry they hurt you. That they don't understand." ~ Logan

"You make me crazy and furious and out of my mind with need, but in the end, you make me so fucking happy. I can't ever remember feeling this way. And no one is going to tell me it's wrong. No one." ~ Tate

It goes without saying that the sex are plenty and off the chart HOT! I'm superbly aroused by these two men. They just need to look at each other and the hotness level will start disintegrating fabrics. But of course, I also love those scene whereby they start learning about each other and communicating. A couple that actually talk it out for once. No shady feelings and reservation. 

I like that Cole and Rachel played a big role in this book. How they really care for Logan and Tate and want to help them make things work. There is one scene with all the cameos from the Exquisite series. It reminds me how much of miss them all, especially Mason. But honestly, that scene is a tad too picture perfect and cheesy. 

Now I shall patiently wait for the final Book 3.

Rating 5/5