Title: One Night (One Night #1)
Author: A.M. Willard
Published Date: April 11th 2014
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Angela Stephens is happy isn’t she? She’s married and has the career she’s always wanted. Traveling the world has always been Angela’s dream, but what happens when the distance between her and Christopher is put to the test. Will Angela give in to one night of pure bliss with a stranger?
Book one of three. Due to sexual situations, this series is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
One Night is a Novella.
This is the first published work by the author, and for a first outing, it is pretty good. Much of One Night is devoted to setting up the trilogy with descriptions of the main character’s life and marriage. The back ground gives the reader insight into why Angela decides to have a one night stand.
While adulterous flings are frowned upon, and revenge sex even more so, the author did not shy away from the topic. Both Angela and her husband, Christopher, travel perpetually for business. The reader isn’t given insight into why they got married in the first place, but it is clear that nothing is being done to maintain the relationship. One Night is an excellent example of the fragility of marriage and how easily vows are forgotten.
While the ending of the book is not a complete surprise, I enjoyed the rom-com-esque final scene.
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