Monday, December 21, 2015

Just One Night (Stiletto #3) by Lauren Layne










Just One Night (Stiletto #3)
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In Lauren Layne’s sizzling Sex, Love & Stiletto series, New York’s hottest “sexpert” has been living a lie—and it’s up to one man to keep her honest…all night long.

Riley McKenna knows sex—good sex, bad sex, kinky sex…Her articles in Stiletto magazine are consistently the publication’s most scandalous—and the most read. But Riley has a secret…all that sexy talk? Not an ounce of it comes from personal experience. Her own bedroom escapades are more limited than even her best friends know. When her editor requests that all columnists write something more personal for Stiletto’s anniversary issue, Riley turns to the one man she’s always been able to count on and calls in the favor of a lifetime.

Sam Compton would do anything for Riley McKenna. Anything except be her experimental sex toy. He refuses her request. At least until she tells him that it’ll either be him or she’ll go to someone else. And that, Sam can’t accept. Reluctantly he agrees to her terms—one night of completely meaningless sex in the name of research. Riley thinks she’s prepared for what awaits her in Sam’s bed. After ten years of writing about sex, actually doing it shouldn’t be that different, right? So wrong. What starts as “one time only” becomes “just one more time.” And then one more. And before they know it, Riley and Sam learn first-hand that when it comes to love, there’s no such thing as just one night.
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3 I’m kinda of disappointed Stars.

 Riley McKenna is the sex columnist for Stiletto. She is the girl who knows it all. The fiftieth anniversary brings a special article to the magazine. Talk about yourself, your real life and how it impacts Stiletto. There is just one slight problem. Riley has only had sex once in her life and has had a dry spell for the last 8 years. 

It’s not like Riley doesn’t want to date she does but no one sees the real Riley. She isn’t the Manhattan Riley really she is the Brooklyn Riley and always will be. Everybody thinks that she sells sex when actually she only writes about it. Since her teenager years she has been hung up on her brother’s best friend Sam Compton. 

 Sam Compton loves the McKenna family as his family, or more specifically his mother never liked him he has felt at home. Since he met Riley McKenna at the age of 17 to his 19 years he has never felt the same but he made a promise.

 Like Mitchell mentioned it doesn’t count after 10 years and it is a lame excuse anyway. He used to be an investment banker but opened up his own distillery. Riley decides that it is time to go after Sam. So she propositions him for a night of no strings attached sex. 

He tries to say no but can’t help but not. But his mother throws a spanner in that. Sam has never finished anything he is scared to be a failure but boy did he have issues. 

Which quite frankly made me dislike him. I didn’t expect to love Riley but she went above and beyond for Sam and he didn’t deserve it. 

She gave him a week to get his shit together before she wrote her article he didn’t manage it in a week but he did get there in the end. 

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