One night to be someone else.
Mila Day had plans. When her lover demands she give up her dreams to be a trophy wife, she leaves. Wanting to forget the wasted years, she ends up at a party in the next state, craving one wild night of abandon. It was exactly what she wanted.
But it’s not exactly what she gets. Six years later, she’s a happy high school teacher with a beautiful daughter she will always Cherish.
Kyle Blake is a fireman who has been burned. He’s happy alone until he hears joyous laughter next door. He finds it hard to resist Mila, and her little girl, who steal his heart.
When pieces of her past surface, she’ll question everything.
Can they survive the truth?
felt kind of flat
I think this story had potential, but the characters kind of annoyed me. The book moves really fast. It seems like the characters just see eachother intially and they are already halfway to love. Mila is kind of annoying. She seems to think that being a teacher means being boring. Kyle is somewhat less annoying, but spends most of the book bringing up Mila’s confidence. The book repeats itself a lot. Mila talks about her mother’s controlling about 3 times, Kyle talks about his ex several times. Mila is still hung up on a 3 year old ex relationship that went bad and hasn’t gotten over it in about 6 years. This book is ok if you don’t want a book with too much depth.
Story idea was good but poorly written. It was free so can't really complain.
Don't waste your time
I couldn't finish the book because it was just silly how everything fell into place. No character development, reminded me of a bad "B" movie with unrealistic dialogue and bad acting.