ONE PERFECT NIGHT by Bella Andre (guest starring Rafe Sullivan and Mia Sullivan) is out!
To kick off 2013 with a bang -- and while you wait oh-so-patiently :) for Lori (Naughty) Sullivan's book to come later this Spring -- I wanted to give you a fun and sexy story about a man who knows exactly what he wants...and will use whatever sensual means of persuasion are neccesary to get it. As a bonus, ONE PERFECT NIGHT guest stars Rafe Sullivan and Mia Sullivan, two of the Seattle Sullivan cousins who will have their own stories told soon! I hope you really enjoy this 20,000 word / 100 page novella.
(p.s. ONE PERFECT NIGHT has *never before* been published on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Kobo, but was available in a very different version on Apple for a short while through AllRomanceeBooks.)
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BN Nook - http://tinyurl.com/abpfvsr
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Kobo - http://tinyurl.com/atfp8ry
Smashwords - https://www.smashwords.com/
What are the chances of having eight exceptionally good looking siblings in one family? And, what are the chances that they all find perfectly beautiful mates and live happily ever after? Probably next to none, but then that's why we read fantasy. And, oh what a wonderful fantasy world Bella Andre has created for us in The Sullivan's Series.
There are some books you read, some you find yourself skimming through, and then there are the books you realize that you are hanging onto every word and sometimes find yourself re-reading words and forget you are reading about the character in the book. These books fall into the latter category.
Book 2, From This Moment On, introduces the reader to winery owner Marcus Sullivan and pop star Nicola "Nico" Harding. Mismatched from the start, read along to see how sparks fly from across the room and how these two, despite age differences and lifestyle differences, attempt to reconcile the two to find and nurture love. Do they find love in the end?
Technically speaking, I thought the book was very easy going and I found few errors. The book also had a complete story line that could end with the last page of the book, if that were the only one the reader chose to read. I did like the way the author set up the next sibling's story at the end of each book, and although they do not need to be read in order, I personally would recommend that this be done.