Friday, August 7, 2015

Review: That Night With The CEO by Karen Booth

It was a one-night stand—until her next project has them working side by side!

Entrepreneur Adam Langford always gets what he wants. And he wants the blonde who shared his bed a year ago—then vanished. Now a tabloid scandal whisks Melanie Costello back into his life—as his new PR guru! But the real headline would be if their red-hot secret got out.

Transforming the rebellious image of the soon-to-be CEO will take Melanie's best makeover skills. But how do they hide their sizzling chemistry? Her PR firm is on the line. Will she risk everything for the one man she can't resist?

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What I thought about That Night With The CEO

At first glance of the blurb, I thought this might be the usual rich guy story, and I have to say that I'm pleasantly surprised to say that I really liked this sweet little Cindarella-ish story.

Melanie and Adam had an incredible one night stand a year ago and vanished the next morning, but he's been thinking about her.  When she ends up working for his father as a PR expert in charge of cleaning up Adam's image in the press, the spark between them flares back to life.  

What was nice about this story was that story focused on the interactions and feelings between Melanie and Adam.  I found that I really liked these two characters and by the end of the book, I'll admit to getting a little choked up at how everything comes to a conclusion.

This was a lovely feel-good read that I really enjoyed. A perfect book for an afternoon in the sun.  Recommended. 

ARC provided for review.

About the Author

Karen Booth is a Midwestern girl transplanted in the South, raised on 80s music, Judy Blume, and the films of John Hughes. An early preoccupation led her to spend her twenties working her way from intern to executive in the music industry. Now she’s a married mom of two and instead of staying up late in rock clubs, she gets up before dawn and writes sexy, contemporary fiction—big city love stories and rock star romance.

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