Men like him don't exist in the real world, but they do in Washington. Perfect smile. Perfect manners. Tall, broad and beautiful. The most powerful Senator in DC is seeking the White House. And he wants me to help him get there.
Me. Charlie Carter, sister, daughter, a pseudo-journalist from a small town with limited experience. He's a god among men. Colin McKenna isn't the boy next door—he's the lion ready to slaughter the lamb. I should run, bury myself under the years that have slipped by, but the new whirlwind of opportunity his offer holds entices the prey from her hiding spot.
I give in. And because we're both a little bit broken, we fall, and it's fast and hard and intense. But just as the campaign gets going, things start to fall apart. Someone is intent on breaking us. Not just breaking us up, but destroying our hope for a future. My secrets, his advisers, and the past conspire together, and it seems they'll succeed.
Or will they?
The Midnight Series is an intense, sexy romance with a dash of intrigue and loads of emotion from author Elizabeth Miller. This thrilling, complete series is at times laugh out loud funny, it sizzles between the sheets and drops one surprise after another. Midnight is not a political drama, nor does it delve deeply into politics. Prepare for an epic romance about two people with disparate lives trying to come together. It's for the 17+ crowd.
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Loved loved LOVED everything about this book! I couldn't put it down, and quickly followed up with the 2 remaining books in the series! It was so good!
Couldn't put it down!
I seriously just finished this book after reading a week straight! And was looking forward to the next one not knowing it JUST came out today!!!! What luck!
Loved the characters and their passion for each other. Definitely recommend it!!!
Omg this book is lacking. It's the same thing over and over again throughout the entire book. The only good parts are the one where they are not having sex and since most of the book is them having sex, well that alone tells you everything