Released: May 1, 2009
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Rated: Contemporary Romance
Can anything really change in twenty-four hours? Can everything? What if a woman, tired of bad choices and broken hearts, traveled a thousand miles to the heart of Memphis, Tennessee, and spent a night forgetting her past in the blues clubs of Beale Street? What if a man who lost his wife to cancer ventured to Beale Street's social scene for the first time in over a year? And what if they met and realized love was still possible for them both?
Both Dakota James and Ethan Meriweather have given up on finding happiness in a relationship. When they meet in downtown Memphis, neither has romance on the brain. But as the evening unfolds, and small talk turns to the stuff of hopes, dreams, and shared loss, a kinship grows that neither expects. Before the night is over, though, Dakota's past will catch up with her in the form of a violent ex-boyfriend. As dawn approaches and tragedy threatens to tear Dakota and Ethan apart, both will have to make a snap decision that could change their lives-forever.
What I thought:
I have to say, I read One Night in Boston as a freebie from amazon and took a chance with this one. I really like this series (they are stand alone novels though, so no need to read them in order). There is a Cinderella feel to these novels (it's not a bad thing, however) when it comes to the 24 hour timeline. I rarely venture out of the PNR novels these days, but I will definitely be keeping Allie Boniface on my to be read list.
I recommend this novel, and the other One Night novels for any lover of romance.
I gave it 4 stars.
Allie will be giving away an audio addition of this book. Head over to her blog to check it out.
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