One More Night (One Night #2) by A.M. Willard (Review by #NerdGirlJulie)

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Title: One More Night (One Night #2)

Author: A.M. Willard

Published Date: May 22nd 2014

Genre: Erotic Romance

Rating:

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***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

Can Angela save her marriage? Does she want to? Will her one night with Logan Black be just that, or will he find his way into her heart? What secrets is Christopher keeping from her? Is it too late for Angela to have it all? Will she find true happiness and love, along with the family she has always yearned for?

Book Two of Three. One More Night is a Novella.

*Due to sexual situations, this series is not intended for readers under the age of 18. Reader / buyer discretion is advised.*

 

***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***#NerdGirlJulie’s Review***
One More Night is the second novella published by A.M. Willard, and it is the second book in her One Night Trilogy.

Ms. Willard’s writing is a bit crisper in this second book.  The plot moves along at a better pace than book one of the series, One Night.  Angela has returned home.  She wants to make her marriage work.  In an effort to put some zing back in her marriage or put the sting on her husband’s affair, Angela calls his secretary looking for information about Christopher’s travel schedule.  She gets that and more.  That fateful phone call is the catalyst for the avalanche that is Christopher’s and Angela’s imploding marriage.

The characters are primarily the same, but as the story evolves, their development increases.  The cheating husband becomes someone worthy of loathing.  The one night stand shows up again, and he may not be the shallow playboy everyone reads about in the tabloids.  Angela grows a spine, and she is much more likable and empathetic in book two.

My favorite line from the book– “…and then we went stale like a carton of milk.”  I appreciate the analogy, and I’m guessing the author has a wry sense of humor.

Another good novella from a new author, and that new author, A.M. Willard, is one to keep an eye on.  I’m looking forward to the last book in the trilogy: Forever Night.

 

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