- File Size: 205 KB
- Print Length: 78 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 15, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008BX2YPW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #399,882 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
A Night to Remember (Bandit Creek Book 20) Kindle Edition
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Once again Pamela Yaye has written an engaging, sexy, fast-paced, emotionally satisfying story. I so enjoy her stories of sassy independent women who find their own soul-mate. The building of Savannah and Michael's relationship through friendship and passionate nights illustrates growth in each character.
Grab a glass of your favorite cold drink and relax as Savannah and Michael reveal their hearts.
That title said a lot, I have been a fan of Pam books from the beginning, and she has never let me down. When I found out she was writing this story I knew it was going to be good. Short, Sweet and straight to the point.
Bandit Creek native, Savannah Vaughn, returns to her small, picturesque hometown to help care for her ailing grandparents, and hasn't once regretted her decision to leave her glamorous, fast-paced life in the Big Apple behind. After being callously dumped by her ex, Savannah throws herself into her work to forget the pain of her failed relationship. Savannah's been burned so many times by love, she's given up all hope of ever finding Mr. Right, or of having a family of her own that is until the most beautiful man walk through the doors of the restaurant.
Michael Mosley walks through the doors of the restaurant with his suave, charismatic businessman gentlemen that he is and turns her quiet, uneventful life upside down!
Michael Mosley is the new owner of the restaurant that Savannah is running. They both come with secrets that can either tear them apart or bring them close together.
It will not be easy for Michael to break down that wall around Savannah heart. Michael is there to begin renovatation on the restaurant but he quite taken with Savannah and when he smile at her and she smile back you can feel and see the attraction between them. Do want to give too much away because it is a short story but one a story.
Two people will fall in love and there journey in getting there will be smooth until those nasty little secret come to light. Oh but the power of love is AWESOME and they love for each other will see them through.Read more ›
The characters are always interesting, funny and sometimes naughty. I like her style.
Savannah is a workhorse who drowns herself in managing the restaurant instead of facing the heartache that life has dealt her. In walks the new owner of the restaurant Michael Vaughn and his bright ideas to revamp the business. Savannah sets out to prove to Michael why this home town staple in the Bendict Creek community is worth keeping "as is". What she learned is her love life will never be "as is" after meeting Michael. He challenged everything she thought about being loved unconditionally.
Michael is a good looking successful business man that has to make a decision between his head for business or his heart for the woman that has captured his attention. As these two get to know each other you are taken on a journey of romance.
The chemistry is good and the story moves at a good pace. I've enjoyed previous books by this author and this one is no exception.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Didn't have enough meat to the story. And didn‘t grab my attention the way I like. Did not like itPublished on September 23, 2012 by Kindle Customer
This story moves much too quickly, there is no real character development. The author provides no opportunity to become invested in the characters, the storyline. Read morePublished on July 28, 2012 by priss2121