Review: Try by Ella Frank


Try (Temptation, #1)

Try – verb: to make an attempt or effort to do something or in this case…someone.

Sex. Logan Mitchell loves it, and ever since he realized his raw sexual appeal at a young age, he has had no problem using it to his advantage. Men and women alike fall into his bed—after all, Logan is not one to discriminate. He lives by one motto—if something interests you, why not just take a chance and try?

And he wants to try Tate Morrison.

Just coming out of a four-year marriage with an ex-wife from hell, a relationship is the last thing on Tate’s mind. He’s starting fresh and trying to get back on his feet with a new job at an upscale bar in downtown Chicago.

The only problem is, Tate has caught the unwavering and unwelcome attention of Mr. Logan Mitchell – a regular at the bar and a man who always gets what he wants.

Night after night Tate fends off the persistent advances of the undeniably charismatic man, but after an explosive moment in the bar, all bets are off as he finds his body stirring with a different desire than his mind.

As arrogance, stubbornness and sexual tension sizzles between the two, it threatens to change the very course of their lives.

Logan doesn’t do relationships. Tate doesn’t do men. But what would happen if they both just gave in and…tried?




I’m going to disagree with most readers, but I didn’t liked it as everybody else. I think it was ok, but just ok. I can’t say I liked it, there was a few things I enjoyed, but most of it, I didn’t.

I think what made it hard for me to liked it were the characters. I didn’t liked any of them, and without loving the main characters, I lost interest in the story very quickly. I got to car a little for Tate, but not as much as I would expect. I also had a lot of trouble with Logan persistence, I understand is fiction and because of it might be fine, but it was so annoying for me.

The other issue I had, and it might be something some reader would enjoy, was that there was too much sex. Sure, I know is an erotic book, it’s even written on the cover, but it was just too much for me, sometimes I wanted to skip that parts. It was very good, but, again, too much.

Anyway, I just didn’t liked it that much, but clearly most readers didn’t think the way I did, so If you are thinking about reading it, you should give it an opportunity, and prove me wrong.

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