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One Night to Remember Paperback – March 1, 2012
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While I have a little bit of a problem believing that Elizabeth would be so quick to jump into bed with Thomas I did enjoy watching them together. I especially love the cat and mouse chase scene in the beginning of the book.
Elizabeth Scott is a clothing designer traveling first class on the Titanic. She seems nice and innocent but she isn't all that she appears. Elizabeth is actually stealing from the first class passengers and giving it to families in need down in third class.
Thomas, an officer for the White Star Line can hardly believe the beautiful woman he's been watching all through dinner just stole another ladies purse. He follows her out of the dining room to confront her for stealing when the chase between them ensues. When Thomas finally does capture Elizabeth he has to decide to follow his honor or his heart.
I appreciated that the author was accurate with the history of the Titanic, I just had a problem with the ending. I won't go into specifics because I don't want to ruin it, but I was slightly disappointed. I just feel like some things could have been handled a bit differently.
All in all I did enjoy this novella but I honestly wish that it was longer. What little bit I saw of both Elizabeth and Thomas I enjoyed and I would have loved for the author to explore their characters a bit more.
I mean Titanic was hours away from hitting the berg and then sinking and they have time for two quick flings in the bed before all this happens. He puts her into a lifeboat and then goes around the ship trying to save others. We do not know if Thomas survives or not until the very ending of the book.
Do they live happily ever after? The author left a sinking ship full of questions and we know nothing of their backgrounds or their lives previous to the that fateful night. At least it was short, to the point and didn't cost a lot of money.
Elizabeth reminds me of a Robin Hood of the seas. She has sass, knows what she wants, and how to go after it. Thomas is your straight laced, honorable officer who has a seductive power over the independent thief. His kiss and touch make her ache for more. If there was a man who could tame her, it would be him. Elizabeth may have finally met her match in her complete opposite.
For his part, it is similar. Thomas can't shake the passion Elizabeth ignites in him or how she calls to him, even if he doesn't agree with how they met. All he can think about are the questions he wants to know about the person she is deep down and why, when they come together, they light up in flames of passion .
Through the tragedy of the Titanic, the tale of a love that could be is told. Miller did great setting the stage and making this visit to the Titanic believable. I love anything Titanic. Normally I would think of the movie, but Miller took me in a direction where I was loving the characters. Elizabeth and Thomas swept me away on a roller coaster of ups and downs. One minute I'm chuckling over cat and mouse chase, the next I'm getting hot and bothered by a few sexual encounters between them and handcuffs in one if them.Read more ›
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For every hopeless romantic out there, this book is for you! Love conquers all! I loved it and will probably read it again.Published on July 8, 2014 by Heather McKenzie
I liked the story. I felt like the characters were under developed and more of their history could have been shared. For a short story, it was well written. Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by Pen Name
I completely LOVED this book! Kristin Miller is now a new favorite of mine. This story was very good, very well edited, had a fantastic story and the history of Titanic was a... Read morePublished on February 21, 2013 by Bella Marie
I love this book. I am just one of those readers that wants to know what happens in the future. Hoping maybe there will be a second book.Published on February 8, 2013 by Jessi Rose
I was a little worried when I started this that I would not like it, especially with how soon the main characters met and how they fell for each other. Read morePublished on June 4, 2012 by Nicole S.
This story was not what I thought it would be. It was better. Normally when you say that a story is an erotic story, you think that it is going to be just sex. Read morePublished on March 23, 2012 by Avid Reader Amy's Reviews
I love anything that has to do with the Titanic and was excited to read this novella. While Elizabeth is a designer she is stealing from the first class to give to the 3rd class... Read morePublished on March 23, 2012 by Barbara Hightower
This incredible tale gave me such an emotional ride! I had a smorgasbord of goose bumps, chills and tears not to mention some surprisingly hot interludes before the big... Read morePublished on March 20, 2012 by LAS Reviewer