Jennifer Crusie delights readers once again when Sophie and Amy Dempsey, co-owners of a wedding-video business and sisters from a somewhat "tarnished" family, are hired for a video assignment in "small town" Temptation, Ohio. As they're driving into town, they see a sign that reads "Welcome to Temptation--We Believe in Family Values," and the irony begins. As the story unfolds, Sophie's and Amy's "movie" turns … more
Welcome to Temptation is both a serious and funny story. The story follows many of the characters... very refreshing. The plot didn't seem to start to stagger at any point either. It was constantly going at a good pace. This book will make most laugh and feel for the characters as well. The story focuses mostly on three siblings, two sisters and a brother, and a few people who live in the town of Temptation. What's nice about this story is it almost sounds as though the story could actually … more
Pretty good. I enjoyed the plot and the characters, although I thought that Ms. Crusie had a little too many subplots/side stories. Not as good as "Tell Me Lies" or "Fast Woman" but an altogether enjoyable book.