I wish this wasn't a trilogy. This is a family I could read about forever although they're getting too big to keep track of easily.
Into the third generation of the Lytton family we go as our matriarch, Celia Lytton's grandchildren begin to grow up and start lives of their own. Every bit as exciting and every big as much of a soap opera as the previous two books, No Angel and Something Dangerous, Into Temptation is slightly different only because there isn't a way going on to drive the action - everything happens to the family only with no global threat pushing them along.
Not that there are any dull moments to content with. This book is by far the busiest because of all the characters we're now keeping track of. Covering three full generations is a busy task - especially when characters keep getting married and having more children. And, nobody is safe from the drama of scandalous affairs, clinical depression, theft, tragedy, passionate fights - they're all there, written in such a realistic way to put you right in the middle of the action. There's really no much plot to share in specifics since I don't want to spoil anything and nothing should be stopping you from reading this third book if you've already enjoyed the first two.
I didn't want the trilogy to end. Who doesn't love a good literary soap opera? But, I love that I got to spend so much time enjoying these great, fully-formed, intricate characters and highly suggest you curl up with them too.