It's unfair that this re-read of the Bedwyn's is plagued with the "Not Wulf" syndrome. His cold, hauty manner makes me die for his story a little bit more every book. In addition, Morgan's story suffers in comparison to one of my favorite "revenge marriage" books, Anne Stuart's BREATHLESS. Balogh's hero is a pale sort of villain after Stuart's Lucien, and I think I would have prefered either less anger at Wulf or more dastardly behavior (though Balogh does a wonderful job having the hero grow into seeing Morgan as an individual in her own right). I remembered the twist behind the drama in TEMPTED early on, and it was a slow, cringing slide waiting for everything to resolve. I enjoyed SLIGHTLY TEMPTED probably one star more the first time around, but I don't think it's my type for a re-read.