Saturday 12 January 2019

One Night (Nights Series #1) #Review

One Night

(Nights Series #1)

One night was all I asked for. For him to show me how good it can be. — Gabe
One night was all I promised. To give him the best time of his life. — Cam

Gabe Anderson wants nothing more than to overcome the scars of his past. Moving to a new city halfway across the world is one thing. Walking into the most exclusive gay bar in town to hook up with a perfect stranger is a whole new ball game. 

Cam Sorvino doesn’t do relationships. Period. Having buried his dark childhood behind him, he lives life to the fullest and likes his sex hot, dirty, and for one night only. Though Cam’s instincts tell him that Gabe isn’t the one-night kind of guy, he can’t stop himself from approaching him. When Cam discovers the true extent of Gabe’s harrowing secrets, he makes him an offer he cannot refuse: one night of mindless pleasure to help him overcome his phobia of intimacy.  

But when morning comes, will Cam be able to let go of the one man who is able to stir new feelings inside his cold, dead heart? 

If you like sweet, sexy men with dark pasts and a whole lot of love to give to the ones brave enough to win their hearts, then you’ll love this first novella in the hot, contemporary romance series Nights by A.M. Salinger. 

One night is the first book in the nights series. These are a collection of short stories. One night is Cam and Gabe’s story. This is an exotic Male/Male romance about a one night stand which turns into more. 

Gabe’s ex-boyfriend is a piece of work. He screwed Gabe up and he hasn’t managed to get over it. Cam likes the easy love, but he can’t resist Gabe. When he finds out his past Cam is determined to give him the experience he needs to show not all men are A**holes. 

This is a Tokyo club story with a bonus sexy bartender. 

The guy's story continues in book 3 Tokyo Heat which is another short story. 

I received a free copy of One night as part of the blog tour for the last book in the series One Day. The last book is the last in the series and is about all the characters. Therefore the other books need to be read first. 

I really liked this story, however, there is a theme of a previous abusive relationship including an almost rape.

3 stars out 5.

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