Stranded (Night Calls, #1) Book Review

Stranded: Night Calls #1 

Burned, Felix Sinclair has all but vowed never to get seriously involved with another woman as long as he lives. After a long day’s work, Felix is looking forward to getting back to his luxury apartment in the city. When he detours onto a road less traveled in order to shave off some travel time, the last thing he expects is to wind up stranded in a roadside ditch in the middle of a downpour–or to fall into the arms of a beautiful woman.

Recently divorced, jobless, friendless and utterly alone, Poppy Montgomery is struggling to convince herself that single life is what she wants–needs. Then a handsome stranger staggers into her life and sparks fly. Riding out the storm together, their instant connection seems like the perfect opportunity to explore a night of passion, but will one night be enough to satisfy their craving for one another?

AUTHOR'S NOTE: Stranded is the first in an interconnected series of erotic romance. Each book can be read as a stand alone, but you will find that each new character has been previously introduced in some way. As an introduction to the series, Stranded is a novella, but rest assured each new addition will be a full length novel worth sinking your teeth into. 

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My Thoughts: 4.5/5 Stars

I really enjoyed this book. I love reading novella's or shorter books as I don't have a lot of time to sit down daily to read. This was a prefect sized book. The author has really thought out a fun story line for this series and I look forward to reading them all

This is definitely a book of heavy romantic fiction, how many people would invite a complete stranger into their house in the middle of nowhere at night? On top of that ask the guy to strip down naked and draw him a warm bath? I love how the characters have an instant connection and bond over the night they spend together. I also enjoyed how very seductive this book is. I instantly fell in love with both characters, Poppy and Felix and enjoyed how the author wrote from both of their sides of the story. I look forward to seeing how the author builds the characters of Poppy and Felix.

~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received the above book for review purpose. All opinions are honest and my own.*~


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