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Release Date: September 25, 2018
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Actual Rating: 4.5 stars
Once again, Jill Shalvis has written a beautiful and heartfelt story with a ton of emotion. This author never ceases to amaze me with her touching reads and I was smitten with this one. There are moments of pain, sadness, and utter tragedy in these characters lives, but the author brings them to life despite the trials and tribulations making them feel like real people. I was enchanted in this story. If I could have I would have read it in one sitting because I needed to know where the story was going to take me. And in the end? I was ecstatic.
Shalivs weaves a beautiful story with Hot Winter Nights and I loved every minute of it. I can't wait for the next installment in the Heartbreaker Bay series because I am officially hooked!
I highly recommend this one to all readers of romance!
Read an Excerpt
It took Lucas Knight longer than it should have to realize he had a woman in his bed, but to be fair, he had a bitch of a hangover. Even worse than that, last night was a blur, prompting him to take quick stock. One, there was a bundle of sweet, soft curves against him. Two, his head was currently threatening to secede from the United States Of Lucas. And three, his side hurt like … well, like he’d been shot.
It’d been two weeks since he’d gotten caught in some crossfire on the job and he hadn’t yet been cleared for more than light duty – something he’d obviously managed to ignore last night given that he was palming a nice, warm, feminine ass.
Straining his brain, he remembered taking a pain med before going to O’Riley’s Pub to meet up with some friends. A client had been there, someone he’d recently helped save from a multi-million dollar corporate espionage. The guy had ordered shots to toast to Lucas and … shit. Knowing better than to mix pain meds and alcohol, he’d hesitated, but everyone had been waiting on him, glasses hoisted in the air. Thinking just one shot couldn’t hurt anything, he’d knocked back the drink.
Clearly, he’d been wrong and it’d been enough to mess him up big time, something he hadn’t been in years, not since his brother Josh had been killed. Shoving that away for another time – or never -- Lucas cracked open one eye, but when his retina was stabbed by a streak of sunlight glaring in through the window, he immediately slammed it shut it again. Taking a deep breath, he told himself to suck it up and opened both eyes this time, learning two additional facts.
He was naked and completely uncovered.
And the woman snugged up at his side was rolled up in his comforter like a burrito.
What. The. Hell.
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