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Publisher Description

Indulge in the NYT Bestseller and wildly popular Night After Night, a red-hot romance of star-crossed lovers and dangerous nights!


I wasn't in the market for a man. I definitely wasn't looking for a man like Clay Nichols, with a dirty mind and a mouth to match. But then he walked into my life one night and he was everything I wanted.


He's also exactly what I can't have.


Because there's a price tag on my head. I'm a wanted woman and I owe debts that were never mine.


The dangerous men I owe them to have threatened to hurt anyone in my life if I don't pay up. So I work off my debts by playing cards in an underground poker ring. One so risky I shouldn't get involved with a soul.


Clay is irresistible though, so I steal away to New York to spend one delicious weekend with the man who unlocks pleasure in me I never knew was possible, and who captivates my mind.


But when I return home, trouble is waiting for me and for everyone I care about.


The reading order for the NYT Bestselling Seductive Nights series is Night After Night, After This Night, and One More Night and A Wildly Seductive Night.


*This book has been revised from 3rd person to 1st person.*

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2014
April 16
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
200
Pages
PUBLISHER
Lauren Blakely Books
SELLER
Lauren Blakely Books
SIZE
2.4
MB

Customer Reviews

jmsz.1321 ,

Eh.

This book wasn't bad but there wasn't anything special about it. Sometimes it just got really boring and slow even though the author was trying to rush through scenes. Worth getting and reading because it is free but I won't be buying the rest of the series.

ledoss ,

Lots of steam and a story!

I do get tired of the series publications. One book is never the end have buy 4 more in this case. However the story is good and there is a lot of steam. Am moving on to the next.

Annmric8 ,

Not my favorite series by Lauren. I prefer The Thrill of It Series.

There's too much over explaining of the characters actions.
Too much talking through the process. Instead of trying to use a bunch of flattering words I think the action of sex should speak for itself. It's a bit redundant when the author has to fluff up the scenes with comforting words.
Really an entire conversation about how wet she is? The stockings were sexy but then you ruined it with all that talk about being wet. All that talk of her being wet and yet he still expects her to go out in public with no panties. She's going to soil her skirt with her wetness.
I'm not falling for the dialogue. It feels forced. Sure they want to bang when they see each other and the anticipation makes it fun but trying to fit in the conversation on top of that does not flow. I'd understand if they knew each other and were hiding their affair and trying to maintain some form of connection between the long distance but they are doing this from the one encounter-ship and it does not have the chemistry vibe for me.
These two characters are not relatable to me. I have nothing in common with them and quite frankly I find them uninteresting. Their bedroom conversation is meaningless ramble.
It's ironic that Clay does not like when people lie because that is exactly what she is doing.
The story has too much sex and the scenes that are not sex related are work related and are just as boring. Not digging the third person point of view. It reads more as an explanation of events and emotions. It causes me to feel unattached to the characters. I feel like an observer instead of a part of the story.
I think Lauren could have wrapped up this story in two installments if she had reduced the sex scenes and focused on the scenes with Charlie.

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