A Night to Remember
One night of passion leads two lovers on a passionate journey neither expected. On the night that should have been her two year wedding anniversary Charlie Brown finds herself in a bar to drown her sorrows over her deceased spouse. One thing leads to another and she seeks comfort in the arms of a... show more
One night of passion leads two lovers on a passionate journey neither expected. On the night that should have been her two year wedding anniversary Charlie Brown finds herself in a bar to drown her sorrows over her deceased spouse. One thing leads to another and she seeks comfort in the arms of a stranger. Jake wanted Charlie the minute he saw her, but knows he must take things slow with this sexy damsel-in-distress. When his offer of help turns into one steamy night of passion, he knows he can never let her go. Too bad shes disappeared from his bed and out of his life the following morning.. Three years pass, but Charlie is never far from Jakes mind, so it comes as a shock to him to discover that his new employee is none other than his dream woman. Charlie is equally shocked to find herself employed by Jakes company because now she has a secret. This title has been previously published. Warning, this title contains the following: explicit sex, graphic language.
Publish date: October 1st 2006
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 276
Edition language: English
I really wanted to like this one better. I need a good IR fix but this one didn't cut it. There was too much drama. I didn't care for the characters...I couldn't believe they was in love especially the heroine who didn't come around until the end...oh the end, became hokey. I didn't like that. It wa...
Okay I just finished this one. I was really surprised! It's like it turned into a completely different story during the 2nd half of this book and I was actually tearing up a few times. The HEA was awesome! Charlie got on my nerves alot, but I understood her motivation behind certain choices/mistakes...
I know some friends that like this book, but I was turned off by several things in it. Call me a prude, that's fine. I didn't like the hero at all--to me he came off as a user of women (even if they are consensual I don't like when the hero doesn't respect women and uses them for sex with no tende...