Felice delivers a scorching hot millionaire romance with a heart
Just One Night by Felice Stevens
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Now that’s how you write a millionaire and the escort romance!
There wasn’t a single thing in this book I didn’t absolutely love. Archer and Madden were so hot they could light up a country with the chemistry and sexual energy they gave off.
From their first meeting, and what an intriguing one it was, there are sparks flying and, while both men are holding secrets and keeping their bruised hearts tightly walled off, something about the other speaks to the hidden places longing for love.
As the narrative progresses, Felice takes the two men on a journey which goes into the past and deals with ancient hurts, as well as into the boardroom for a combative confrontation with family who should have Madden’s back, not be trying to stab him in it.
One of the biggest things I loved about this story was how both men had such strong female support, Archer from his best friend and Mads from his older sister. This, coupled with the found family element, gave the story a wonderful warmth which worked well to contrast between the more angsty strands of the plot.
With its fast paced gallop through the trials and tribulations of learning how to trust someone, and the pressures Archer is facing with his mother’s specialist care, the tensions come from both within and external forces, but never feel like they’re just thrown in to cause problems.
I also very much appreciated there’s no annoying Third Act break up. Here the two men are together from about 70% and working through all the difficulties which keep arising, having conversations and dealing with the realities of what’s going on around them.
It made a really pleasant change for the I love yous to come and for the last few chapters of the book be both men actively working together for their future.
With an excellent Epilogue that gives a glimpse into life a year or so down the line, this book was a fabulous read from start to finish.
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review
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