A sensual and smoldering standalone romance novel from #1 NYT Bestseller Lauren Blakely!
An extremely eligible bachelor in New York, Jack Sullivan is the total package, handsome as hell, rich as sin, and charming as anything.
But the powerful and successful sex toy CEO has commitment issues a mile-long after the tragic way his relationship with his fiancée ended.
He's looking for a way to erase the pain and that arrives in the form of Michelle Milo. From her pencil skirts to her high heels, she's his perfect fantasy, especially since she doesn't have room for anything more in her life.
When Jack proposes a deal - share her nights with him for thirty days of exquisite pleasure, then they walk away, his proposition sounds blissful.
And it is full of bliss and ecstasy, until trouble from the past threatens their present arrangement...
NIGHTS WITH HIM is a standalone romance novel. There is NO cliffhanger. The second book in the duet follows a new couple.
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A nice love story
Plenty of bedroom action but their story keeps you interested
Nice change from the norm
I really loved this book. There wasn’t a ton of buildup during their intimate moments but it was still sexy as hell and I really enjoyed the storyline. What I enjoyed the most which was a nice change from the norm was that this wasn’t necessarily like most romance novels I’ve read which usually has the dramatic turning point and something goes wrong with the relationship and at the end of the story someone has to proclaim their love and the happily ever after is the end. This story however had them falling in love several chapters before the end. The catastrophe that is inevitable in romance novels was not about their love or someone running away from the other person. It was something entirely different that they got through the tough situation together. The epilogue pretty much topped it off to a perfect ending.
This book reminded me too much of 50 shades. Each erotic scene became less interesting. There was no build up or anticipation. I do, however, think she did a good job developing the characters. Some of her word choices really threw me off, too. For example she used the word “belly” often during heated moments which would only make me laugh. Belly is something I would say to my kids - nothing erotic about it. The main character often referred to herself (and by her lover) as a shrink. I don’t know any psychologists that would rather be called a shrink as it’s considered derogatory by many. And lastly, she used to the term unrequited love so much I’m surprised she didn’t title the book that! In all, the book was ok, but these few things made it difficult for me to really enjoy it.