When I saw Nina Astor, I had to have her.
Park Avenue princess.
She was pure as snow and giving me one night to dirty her up.
But by morning, I knew:
She wasn't just a pretty face.
She wasn't just a casual fling.
I needed a lifetime.
Then I discover:
Nina Astor isn't who she says she is.
She's beyond off-limits.
The real problem? I couldn't care less.
Like a moth to a flame
An uneasiness has wrapped itself around Matthew Zola. One that has him out late trying to free himself of it. Luck (or maybe it’s bad luck...only time will tell) has him crossing paths with Nina. She beautiful but possibly dangerous. It’s apparent Nina has many secrets but Matthew is drawn to her. He’s determined to discover everything about Nina and claim her as his own. There’s definitely a lot passion and chemistry between the two but there’s quite a few obstacles it looks like they’ll need to overcome first. I like Matthew and it would be nice to see him find happiness.
The Scarlet Night is an intriguing beginning. It’s captured my attention and I’m curious to see where Matthew and Nina’s story will go.
Review: Rose Gold 0.5: The Scarlet Night
The Scarlet Night by Nicole French is a prequel story to her upcoming new series, Rose Gold . The scorching tale of just how exactly Matthew Zola knows Nina Astor, the cousin of his clients and friends, Jane and Eric de Vries. If you thought you wanted more of Zola when reading the Quicksilver trilogy, this book will cement that truth for you. Zola's inner gentleman and it's battle with his inner caveman make for an entertaining read for us and a magical night for Nina! Enjoy!
I’m curious to see what happens to Matthew and Nina. Can’t wait for the next book.