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One Sinful Night Paperback – December 28, 2011
Everything We Keep: A Novel
On the day of her wedding, she buried her fiancé—and unearthed shocking secrets. Learn More
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Shadowed Soul – After reading Shadowed Soul I was left wanting more. Bryce went into his date with more than a standard one night stand idea. His purpose was kind of noble in a twisted kind of way, but something about Ellie changes him. I loved that it started with a new idea, and seemed to be on track for most of the story, but suddenly at the end it changes. I wish it would have been written with a sense of building confusion within himself instead of an instant “a-ha” moment. Shadowed Soul was still a very nice read that was smoking hot! –3.5
Forever Bound – WOW! I’ve never read a 1NS story like this one. Josie and Gavin had an explosive night that I didn’t see coming. While it was whirlwind night, it was also wonderful. If you are shy about BDSM then you may want to go ahead with caution. Gavin really knows how to push the envelope. What a nice happy ending. – 5
Takedown – I have to say that I didn’t connect with the story or the characters at first. The foreplay didn’t do anything for me. The after scene actually brought it all back up for me. Wyatt and Rye had an unconventional date, which also threw me off. The reason behind the “date” was 100% spot on, but it just felt out of the norm for me with a 1NS story. Takedown was still well worth it and after reading the next two stories it tied in very well. – 3.5
Somewhere in Between – This is the oddest 1NS I think I have read. When I read books in this series, I expect the people to go on dates that may or may not go over 24 hours. This story had a long build up and then the final hooked up. It was a very enjoyable story, but I really wouldn’t consider it a standalone.Read more ›