One Night of Sin (Club Liasion Series) by Veronica Velvet (Reviewed by Kristin)

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Title: One Night of Sin (Club Liasion Series)

    Author: Veronica Velvet

    Published Date: March 11, 2014

    Genre:  Erotic Romance


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Lissette Banning spent all of her time with books. As the head librarian, she was there from open to close and almost always alone. One snowy night will turn into a blizzard of sin and make all her fantasies come true. She will soon learn, some fantasies are better in real life than any of her books.

Sullivan Bixby just came in to call a tow truck. His vehicle stuck in a snow bank, he soon realizes he’d rather be snowed in the library than anywhere else. Can he help Ms. Banning lose her inhibitions? Can he show her the true meaning of pleasure?

 ***Contains Graphic Sex & BDSM, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***

paragraph divider 18***Kristin, #NerdGirlSoldier’s Review***

This novella caught my eye with the synopsis above and thought I’d give it a shot. While I’m not completely disappointed, I’m not completely satisfied either. Lissette Banning is the head librarian at the local library who becomes snowed in while at work. She’s got her dirty novel that she’ reading and since she thinks she’s alone, she indulges herself in reading and her personal pleasure. To her mortification, she’s not alone; a man saw what she was doing and found it to be hot and sexy. Sullivan Bixby’s car gets trapped in the snow and he seeks shelter at the library. He thought that all librarians were stuffy old ladies, so when he walks in on Lissette giving him an unintentional show, his fantasies come to life. Sully decides to make Lissette’s fantasies real as well while they’re snowed in.

While it was entertaining, I didn’t feel like the story moved at all. Two strangers meet and hook up for some mindblowing sex and then the book basically ends with a bad cliffhanger. Lissette’s character confused me; one minute she was the timid shy librarian and the next she was using her sex voice. She kept going back and forth between the two and it was hard to keep up. Sullivan was better I think; he’s obviously a dominant and he stuck with that persona throughout the novella. In my opinion, I think the author could have made this a full length novel and taken the story further.

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