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Night Fever By Jessica Hawkins
Night Fever by Jessica Hawkins Night Fever Serial #1
Publication Date:November 4, 2014
Genres: Contemporary, Erotica, Novella, Romance, Serial
Lola Winters’ heart already belongs to Johnny, but for him, she’d sell the devil her soul. Unfortunately, the devil wants something else.
Beau Olivier is the kind of wealthy that buys anything—even people. When he makes Lola a proposition, she finds herself tempted into a seduction that will have her walking the line between comfort and humiliation, desire and resistance. He would own her—for one night. She would be his—for a price. It was wrong. It was scandalous. It was the opportunity of a lifetime. Sex, music, neon on the Sunset Strip—right in the middle of it all, he would have her. Come sunrise, he would let her go. At least, that was the plan.
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That is my favorite line in the book!
Move over David Dylan, here comes Beau Olivier. I didn’t say that. I’m sorry David, please forgive me.
If you know me at all, you know I am a HUGE Jessica Hawkins fan and have been since Come Undone, book one of The Cityscape Series. No one writes an alpha man quite like Jessica. I swear I fall in love with every fictional man she creates.
I seem to be fan girling all over this review.
When I heard Jessica was releasing a new series, I was all over it. There was no way I would miss these books, I don’t care how full my reading calendar is, I made room for these.
Ok, fan girling over for a few moments at least.
Lola and Johnny have been together forever. They manage a bar together in LA that was hugely popular in it’s heyday. Now that’s it’s limping along because management doesn’t want to move forward with the times.
Beau Olivier shows up one night for a business meeting and zeroes right in on Lola. These two have huge chemistry, even while Lola was being faithful to Johnny, you could feel something between them.
Beau offers them a proposition, enough $$$ to make their dreams come true for one night with Lola.
And so the story goes.
I’ve got to say, I’m team Beau. (I don’t know if I’m supposed to pick sides or not, but I can, so I will.) At the point where we enter their relationship, Johnny feels to me like he’s kind of given up on actually chasing dreams, even really thinking about dreams, and I think that has caused Lola to do the same.
I thought this was going to have a Pretty Woman feel to it just from the description and from what I remember of Pretty Woman (I haven’t watched it in at least over a decade) but it was so much better. Pretty Woman was ok, Night Fever was on fire. The chemistry, the hot scenes, the not as spicy scenes where their banter back and forth was absolutely perfect. Lola’s indecision and Johnny’s about the whole situation felt real to me. Most of us would probably say that we would automatically say no to being paid to spend one night with someone, but with that amount of cash on the table…. would you be able to say no?
Night Fever is another incredible book from Jessica Hawkins and I cannot hardly wait for vol. 2. While this one didn’t leave us with a huge cliffhanger, we know there is more to come which leaves us sitting here in anticipation of what is coming next for these 3.
Thank you so much for my copy of Night Fever! <3 <3 <3
Jessica Hawkins grew up between the purple mountains and under the endless sun of Palm Springs, California. She studied international business at Arizona State University and has also lived in Costa Rica and New York City. Some of her favorite things include traveling, her dog Kimo, Scrabble, driving aimlessly and creating Top Five lists. She is the helpless victim of an overactive imagination that finds inspiration in music and tranquility in writing. Currently she resides wherever her head lands, which lately is the unexpected (but warm) keyboard of her trusty MacBook.
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