Tempting Boundaries - Carrie Ann Ryan

Tempting Boundaries

By Carrie Ann Ryan

  • Release Date: 2015-08-22
  • Genre: Contemporary
  • Size: 2.02 MB
Score: 4.5
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Decker Kendrick knows it’s wrong to have feelings for his best friend’s little sister, but that doesn’t stop his thoughts from going down that path. No matter how hard he’s tried to stay away from Miranda, once she gets her sights on him, there’s no backing down.
Miranda Montgomery might be the youngest of the Montgomery clan, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t know what she wants. Namely–Decker. She’s loved him for as long as she can remember and won’t walk away until she gives it her all.
But once they give in, not all is at it seems. Decker’s father’s out of jail and someone from Miranda’s past isn’t happy with the new relationship. Even as they start to move on and overcome their pain, they’ll find that their inner obstacles are the ones they’ll have to face first.


  • Tempting boundaries by Carrie Ann Ryan

    By Mag68
    Thank god ive been so wanting to Know about decker and Miranda ! Great story can’t wait to read the next book!
  • Tempting Boundaries

    By Razorback Girl 59
    This book was well written! In my opinion a book should touch all your emotions. I laughed and cried! Quite the page turner!
  • Enjoyable read though lazy research errors

    By isalaur
    Enjoyed this addition to the Montgomery Ink series. The story is a good one though it relies a little too heavily on some timeworn romance staples, especially the "I'm not good enough for her son I'm going to leave her" nonsense. It just never rings true. And particularly in this case and the timing of it. Very disappointing. The dual storylines related to domestic violence are important as is the differing dynamic in dealing with it. The condemnation of the legal system is deserved in one case though I believe not accurately portrayed in the other. Nearly all states have rules regarding police procedure and requirements in domestic violence cases that seem to be ignored here. Hard time believing the case would have been handled that way. Seems like poor research to me...a basic internet search shows that Colorado has mandatory arrest laws along with orders of protection. These errors really stand in the way of my being able to enjoy an otherwise very good story. A little more effort on the part of the author could have written around these issues. Other than that part of the story the rest of the story is good and so many seeds are sown for future books. The characters in this series are richly drawn and full of personality. The family dynamic is entertaining and all of the distinct personalities will make for great future books. I look forward to reading the rest of this series.