The Night Porter
Publish date: December 8th 2010
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 84
Edition language: English
Series: Night Porter (#1)
The Night Porter didn't work for me on so many levels. It was depressing. It was sad and the ending just plain made me mad.
Max was a character that really tugged at the heart-strings. The Night Porter at a London hotel, he seems to be looking in the wrong places for love and has had his heart broken. He has a habit of hooking up with guests who are staying at the hotel, guests who are definitely on a path that doesn't i...
I really enjoyed this despite the lack of an HEA. Very sexy and ya gotta love London.
I"m not sure what to rate this because this is a really well-told story, and the characters are very likable. The build-up to the relationship felt natural and the chemistry was great. But, the cheating on the fiancee really, really, REALLY bugged me. I've read books in the past that had a male c...
I started reading The Night Porter knowing full well there would be no HEA and Sue Brown did not disappoint...I was left weeping at the end. Max I fell desperately in love with. He is who I wish I could be - someone who, even after his heart is broken time and again, remains open, caring and vulnera...