Published by Small Publisher
Released on June 18, 2018
Mister Tonight was fun, but also frustrating at the same time. The hero was really a great guy doing the best with everything in his life, while I felt the heroine was a little stuck on her past feelings of love. This romance doesn’t happen overnight, but the lust does!
Kate is out celebrating turning 30 and looking for a guy to help scratch her itch. A little tipsy and horny as Hell, Kate spots a hunk across the bar and knows he’s her Mister Tonight. Hunter and Kate hit it off and head back to his place, where he pays the babysitter and takes Kate in for the ride of her night….until they are interrupted by a little voice asking…
“What are you doing to my daddy?”
Needless to say the lust dries up real quick and the Kate leaves faster than the Flash.
It was official. My four-year-old was a cock blocker.
But the key is Kate is looking for a new apartment when her roommate gets engaged and they want her out. Who has one? Hunter! Yep, he fixed up the room above the garage for a renter and who shows up to see it? Kate!
The two try to be adults about it, but as they see each other from time to time, it starts fanning the flames. Kate doesn’t want love or a family, but finds herself coming over to help Hunter with Maddie…like Maddie turns out to be allergic to gluten…surprise so is Kate even after they eat a pizza the night before and nothing was mentioned about gluten.
Hunter was burned by Maddie’s mom, but he doesn’t let that sour him to trying to find love. Unfortunately, Kate was burned by watching the people in her family fall out of love. She doesn’t believe in it. So they embark on a friends with benefits relationship with each falling little by little.
There’s the drama of falling in love when you don’t want to, but not much else hurdle wise and the two seem so compatible. Mister Tonight is a fast paced romance that will leave you giddy, but also plain happy.
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