Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Review: Love Me at Midnight - Robin Bielman, Linda Morris, C.M. Stone

MELTING THE MILLIONAIRE'S HEART by Linda Morris
Special needs teacher Kayla Johnston is supposed to be schmoozing at a swanky school fundraiser. Instead, she careens into a snowbank on the side of the road...straight into the path of a wickedly handsome stranger. When their chemistry ignites, Kayla's New Year's Eve begins to show some seriously sexy promise...

YOURS AT MIDNIGHT by Robin Bielman
Four years ago, Quinn Sobel gave Lyric Whetsone the night of her life...then disappeared. Now he's back to make amends, but Lyric has a secret that could drive Quinn from her life forever.

ONE NIGHT IN VEGAS by C.M. Stone
Eliza knows plenty about sexy cowboy Christian Yerrick, the man who crushed her heart when they were kids. Back in town, she's determined to avoid Chris altogether...until she accidentally rear-ends his truck on New Years Eve, and the fireworks between them burn hotter than the Vegas Strip...

Review
4 Stars


Love Me at Midnight was a cute and quick New Years Eve read that will leave you feeling the romantic joy that comes with the Holidays and a fresh New Year. Whether you're a fan of insta-lust, brother's best friend, or second chances, Love Me at Midnight comes with anything to make your romantic heart happy.

YOURS AT MIDNIGHT by Robin Bielman - 4 Stars
This was a really cute story. Due to the length it was fairly predictable, but I really liked how Quinn and Lyric worked. Robin Bielman successfully fit conflict, lust, and closure into the short story and I enjoyed every minute of it.

MELTING THE MILLIONAIRE'S HEART by Linda Morris - 3 Stars
Unfortunately, Melting the Millionaire's Heart just didn't work for me, at all. Ryan is a sweet guy, he definitely is more than meets the eye initially and Kayla is sweet, but overly cautious. I felt like both had some unresolved pasts that needed dealt with. There is instant chemistry between the two main characters, which I loved, but the pacing was just too quick for me.

One Night in Vegas - 4.5 Stars
Maybe it's the location or the country vibes, but I really enjoyed One Night in Vegas. It's second chance romance at its finest and while it is short in length, the pacing is perfect for two friends with an unfinished history. These two share chemistry, attraction, and a bumpy past that was just believable enough that I already knew they belonged together. I loved the ending!

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