More Than One Night (Harlequin Superromance)
Publish date: March 1st 2012
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Category Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
I appreciate Sarah Mayberry's ability to craft relatable, sympathetic characters without a lot of manufactured drama. She writes about regular people dealing with every day situations, and that is refreshing. In this book, Charlie is a heartbreakingly earnest woman at a crossroads: she never knew he...
Two very strong lead characters. Few secondary characters except for Gina, Charlie's best friend. Both Rhys and Charlie move in some kinda of universe all of their own and it works because it kinda mimics the situation they find themselves in. What to do with an unexpected pregnancy after one night ...
Just some quick thoughts while I mull my review:- Loved the characters. The plot may be a Harlequin staple, but the two leads reacted to the events with pitch-perfect realism and honesty. They had weak moments to go with their heroic ones.- Cleverly written as any Mayberry book. I enjoyed the bit of...
Charlotte "Charlie" Long has been a military woman for the past 14 years. On the night of celebration of starting her life as civilian, a chance encounter puts her on the path of Rhys Walker, a gorgeous I.T businessman. It leads to a beautiful one night. But Charlie knows that she is not exactly the...
I'm not generally fond of the one-night-stand-results-in-pregnancy trope, but holy cow, Mayberry pulls it off well. I loved every page of this book, and am continually so impressed with how well Mayberry develops her characters throughout the story. Absolutely loved this book!
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