Saturday, June 21, 2014

Just One Night

Just One night by Kyra Davis
The back of this book says that this book gives Fifty Shades of Grey a run for its money and that this novel gives some depth, respect, and sexual tension to the genre, but I don't believe that. I really didn't like this book as much as other books of this genre. It started really good at the beginning, Kasie a Harvard grad who works in one of the best companies of LA. Kasie is responsible, smart, and determined, and she is also engaged with her dream guy. Dave comes from a good family, he is rich, has a good job, and above all loves Kasie.  Although their relationship is really predictable, she knows that Dave is the guy for her, she doesn't want to disappoint her family, and she doesn't want to disappoint herself. Everything is going well until one day she goes to Vegas with her best friend, who encourages her to sleep with a stranger before she marries Dave, she wants her to enjoy her life for this last time. This is how she meets Robert an intense, dangerous, dominant and of course rich guy who wants her from that very same moment, and like that they have a wild night together. After that night she returns to her predictable life at work and with Dave, until Robert Dade finds her. That part was interesting, and that part I did like, but  the rest of the book wasn't that interesting, everybody went crazy! Robert was too possessive, not seductive possessive he was just rich and wanted everyone to serve him. Kasie was in between two people who wanted her to be like a puppet. Her co-workers were crazy. Every other book that I read of this genre have some romance on them. I have felt the chemistry the romance even the love between the characters, and that makes me understand about the dominance from the male and jealousy. It is a good book but sadly  not one of my favorites. BTW for my understanding this paperback includes the three ebooks in one.

Here is the link to read the reviews in goodreads. The only good thing about this book is that Kasie describes Robert Dade like Taylor Kinney and I TOTALLY love him! He is my very example of my dream guy. How lucky Lady Gaga

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