Romance Review: Kiss Me at Midnight by Diane Alberts

Kiss Me at MidnightKiss Me at Midnight by Diane Alberts
Publisher:
 Entangled: Flaunt
Format:
 ebook
ISBN: 162266437X
Genre: Romance
Release date: December 30th 2013
Number of pages:  120
Source: Publisher

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I received this book from Entangled: Flaunt in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Summary:

Her New Year’s resolution was seduction.

Doctor Ashley Hanes has one mission and one mission only—end her annoyingly long dry streak and ring in the New Year with a bang. Literally. When her long lost and oh-so-sexy ex-best friend, Ethan Pierce, shows up as if he hadn’t broken her heart all those years ago, suddenly she doesn’t want to bring home just any man. She wants Ethan.

What should have been one night of blow-your-mind make-up sex quickly turns into another. And another. Before long, Ashley thinks maybe she and Ethan should reunite for good. If only the elusive bachelor will stop running from his tortured past and trust a future in Ashley’s arms.

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Review:

I love best friends becoming lovers. And this was a little hot novella with lots of sex to make up those missing years between these two. I liked Ethan but he needs to seriously change. He acts like a teenager and hates the town he grew up because the people from his high school used to bully him, but the worst part for me is the way he kept pushing Ashley away just because she kissed a guy years before. He holds a grudge for way to long.

I really loved Ashley. She suffered losing her best friend without knowing what happened, because one day he just stopped talking with her. She moved away for college and now all her dreams became true and she’s a doctor, but her father died and her mother needs constant help, so she returned home. I think she had a harder life, but made things happen. For me she deserved someone better than Ethan, someone who could think and make changes.

But I liked these two together and the way both helped heal the past. So I liked this couple after all.

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