One Night Is Never Enough

Title: One Night Is Never Enough

Publisher: HarperCollins

Imprint: Avon

Pub Date: 22 February 2011

ISBN: 9780062017307

Author: Anne Mallory

Harper Collins is not exactly easy-going when it comes to approving reviewers to review their ARC, and so, I am truly honoured when my request to review One Night is Never Enough by Anne Mallory, publiched by Harper Collins publisher was approved. Finally.

I’m glad that they approved my request, for if they did not, I would be denied the pleasure of reading such a sinfully delicious story.

One Night is Never enough is pretty arousing, and I couldn’t get enough of it. The plot was rather slow at the beginning, but the pace picked up soon after, and I found myself being hurled into the world of the characters. Thumbs up for One Night is Never Enough by Anne Mallory. I enjoyed the sizzling passion the book had to offer, and I enjoyed the characters’ banter even more.

I highly recommend One Night Never Is Never Enough to all romance lovers, and if I were to rate this book, I’d give it a gleaming 4 out of 5 stars.

Book description:

Powerful, ruthless, seductive — the lord of London’s underworld — Roman Merrick gets anything he wants…and he burns for Charlotte Chatsworth, a polished jewel in the glittering ton. So he engages her debt-ridden gambler father in a game of chance, wagering ten thousand pounds against one night with the man’s exquisite daughter.  And Roman Merrick never loses.

Charlotte is devastated to learn that her reprobate father has lost her in a card game to the most dangerous man she’s ever met.  With the threat of ruin behind every corner, Charlotte embarks upon a perilous path with the man she cannot forget.  But in truth, it’s Roman who has everything to lose — for a game undertaken for pleasure alone soon has him gam7bling his heart. And love and passion unleashed could bring his great, dark empire tumbling down…

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I received this ARC from Harper Collins (Avon) via Netgalley for review purposes and I was not compensated in any ways for writing this. All opinions are 100% my own.