Lissa's Review: The One Night by Meghan Quinn
RELEASED: December 14, 2021
GENRE: Romance, Comedy
LENGTH: 200 Pages
FORMAT: eBook, Audible, Paperback
Recently divorced Cooper Chance knows he’s officially in a rut when his parents take him barhopping in the hope of resuscitating his love life. At first, he’s skeptical. How could a gritty dive bar possibly solve his problems? But then he runs into Nora McHale.
Nora isn’t at the bar looking for love. She’s there to unwind after yet another exhausting day at her bakery. And even if she were hoping to meet someone, it sure wouldn’t be Cooper—her best friend’s ex-husband.
According to the unwritten rules of romance, Cooper and Nora are completely off limits to each other. But after a fun, flirty night at the bar, they can’t ignore the wild attraction between them.
Is this the beginning of something real, or will their passionate night together be their one and only?
FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
It has been 2 years since I’ve picked up a book. The world changed and I got lost in it. Jumping back in, it was only fitting it be something by Megan. She is one of my favorite authors, there is no denying that. It was an easy read; one I could fall into. The little story of Cooper and Nora finding each other again.
Their story is a bit complicated. But they kind of throw everything out the window. Finding something in each other, even if for one night. I wanted the story to be longer. But it is a Novella.
Overall, I enjoyed this little story. I want more of Cooper and Nora.