Wednesday, January 8, 2014

One Night in Santiago

One Night in Santiago by Audra North

Lily Stanton's vacation goes from bad to worse when a storm strands her in a foreign country, arguing with an arrogant—and very sexy—stranger over the last available hotel room.

Successful CEO Bruno Komarov wasn't expecting the gorgeous woman checking in at the reception desk to challenge him over a room. Even more surprising, he actually enjoys their exchange.

But when Lily proposes a compromise—she'll take the bed and he can sleep on the couch—Bruno pushes his attraction aside and assures himself that this can remain strictly business. After all, they're both adults capable of keeping their hands to themselves. They'll share the room, get a good night's sleep, and be off to their respective destinations in the morning.

What could possibly happen in just one night?

About the Author

Audra North fell in love with romance at age thirteen and spent the next twenty years reading as many romance novels as she could. Even now, after having read over one thousand of them, Audra still can’t resist the lure of a happily ever after, and her collection continues to grow. She lives near Boston with her husband, three young children, and a lot of books. Visit her website at or find her (way too frequently) on Twitter @AudraNorth.

Author Links
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My Review

Trying to find a place to stay during the rain storm as all Lily was trying to do. Sadly there was only one room left and someone else wanted it. Bruno also seeking refuge from the rain that caused the airports to close down, but he lets Lily have the only room left at the Ritz. 

Something about this man makes her yearn and before she knows what she's doing she invites him to share the suite with him. She's attracted to him and he is to her. One night is all it'll take right?

The attraction between them is off the charts. I loved that even though Bruno looked so big and intimidating he really was a softy and is so with her. She needed that from someone because all she does is take care of others. She learned that sometimes it's okay to take a little instead giving everything to everyone else. 

I loved these characters and was sad to see the story end! 

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