Lissa's Review: Mister Tonight by Kendall Ryan
REVIEWER PURCHASE PUBLISHER: Dream Press RELEASED: June 18, 2018 GENRE: contemporary romance LENGTH: 342 pages FORMAT: ebook, paperback, audible
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Last night was the most embarrassing night of my life.
I was that girl.
You know, the highly intoxicated chick celebrating her thirtieth birthday with her two best friends—who are happily married. And the more I drank, the more I wanted to do something reckless to celebrate.
By reckless, I mean the sexy and alluring man dressed in a business suit standing near the bar. You know his type—tall, dark, handsome. I was sure he was out of my league, but I’d had just enough alcohol that things like that no longer seemed to matter. I’m not fat, mind you, but you can tell I like french fries, so there’s that.
He took me home, and I enjoyed the hottest birthday sex of my life. Well, until it came to a screeching and rather unwelcome halt.
There’s nothing quite like being interrupted mid-ride with a little voice asking, “What are you doing to my daddy?”Just kill me now . . . or so I thought.
Come to find out, the man I rode like a bull at the rodeo is my new landlord. FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
Mister Tonight was a steamy but also sweet romance. We have Kate whose a commitment-phobe single lady. Who is not looking for mister forever. And just wants some fun. Hunter the single father, hoping someday to find his forever. The two jump into a type of friends with benefits. Laying down the ground rules so that they won’t get attached. But as usual, that doesn’t always work out so well. I did enjoy this story. It was easy to read, it was fun, and it was a very very steamy romance. The chemistry is there between these two. I know that whenever Kendall comes out with a new book, I’ll fall easily into it and I’ll read it quickly. I didn’t connect with the characters emotionally. I felt as well that maybe it was a little rushed, so you didn’t feel the connection with them. But otherwise, it was worth the read. Overall, I give this Four Boundless Stars.