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The One Night Plan: Crushing Series Book 3 Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B088ZY8C3J
- Publication date : June 18, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1923 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 206 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,432,537 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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What started as a one night stand, turned into fate playing its hand. Turns out, Lucas is their PR agent. Their chemistry is undeniable, and they pick up where they left off. Despite developing feelings, Nicky doesn’t date, and Lucas wants more. This is the crux of the angst in the book, and what ultimately comes between them.
Nicky has some inner demons he’s battling, which has caused some codependency between him and his best friend (and bandmate) Ryan. We see a side of Ryan, in this book, that we haven’t seen much of previously. Seeing how this was Nicky’s story, I was surprised at that. Ultimately, Nick has to decide what he really wants for himself, and if he’s strong enough to go after it.
Lucas is my favorite character out of this book, and I’m not afraid to say it. He is sweet, patient, understanding, and not afraid to speak up for what he wants. I felt like Nicky knew he was a great guy, the whole time, and that he’s worth any risk, but Nicky couldn’t get out of that headspace. I wanted to shake him...several times. Shake him, then hug him.
This is book three in a series, but can be read as a stand-alone. Reading book two may give you more of a look into Ryan and Nicky’s relationship, but as stated earlier, this book gives us a totally different view of Ryan, and also Nicky’s perspective.
Overall, I enjoyed reading about Nicky and Lucas’s story. Since Lucas’ friends, Ari and Shane, are from another series, I wonder if we’ll be seeing more in the future. Who knows? I’m glad I read this series. It was fun, and I’d definitely recommend it going in your TBR list.
***Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure. A review wasn’t a requirement. ***
Lucas meets a hot guy at the bar… and they hook up. Why not? Lucas is celebrating his new life and moving on. The encounter is fast and hot… and “Nick” is just Lucas’ type… but then just as quickly as they find one another, Nick is gone.
When Lucas has a meeting with his first account at the new job. he realizes that he’s doing PR for Boyfriend of the Loveless. And Nicky, yes, the Nick from the night of wild sex, is the drummer in the band.
There’s not much in terms of a theme in this book. It’s basically a casual to wanting more type of relationship. Both Nick and Lucas are physically attracted to one another… they have no problem in that department. The issue is that Lucas realizes he wants to date. Nick doesn’t date. He doesn’t have enough space in his life for a relationship. What with the band and the way he is at his friend Ryan’s beck and call 24 hours a day.
Nicky definitely has an unhealthy relationship with his friend. They go way back, and Nicky has had some events in his past that make it really difficult for him to let people stand on their own. Nicky has some real history that explains his character’s behaviour, but he’s pretty wrapped up in his own life. Perhaps too much so to have a boyfriend.
I liked the way the author kept the plot moving and the relationship progression seemed pretty authentic. I can see how someone can think that they can only commit to a friend’s-with-benefits relationship only to find that the feelings deepen as time passes. There’s an awful lot tangled up between Nick and Ryan.
This is a fast read, a cute plot and some really steamy pages!
Lucas meets Nicky on his first night in LA. They hookup only for Lucas to realize that Nicky is a member of a famous rock band. Fast forward nine months and Lucas is climbing the ladder of his dream job as a PR guru in LA. A new account lands on his desk and it's Nicky's band. Not to go into details, but there's a lot of drama between Nicky's co-dependent band member and issues with a commitment between Nicky and Lucas, a lot of drama, soul searching, drama, forgiveness, drama, forgiveness and more drama before Lucas and Nicky finally get their HFN ending.
Don't get me wrong, the author penned a good story, just not a very exciting one in my opinion. I had a few issues with the author not using pronouns when needed and the fact that these famous rock stars can walk about without worrying about being mobbed by crazed fans and paparazzi. A decent story but a little lackluster.
I received an ARC and am voluntarily leaving this honest review.