Saturday, July 2, 2016

ARC Review: Only for a Night by Naima Simone

Title: Only for a Night

Author: Naima Simone


One night would never be enough…

Rion Ward fought hard to be free of the Irish mob life. Now, as the co-owner of Boston’s hottest aphrodisiac club, he’s traded crime for the ultimate sexual fantasy. But when the “good girl” from his past walks through Lick’s doors, he discovers that his unconsummated hunger for her never abated.

Widowed for two years from a man who felt that anything besides the missionary position was dirty, Harper Shaw is ready to move on. The first step to feeling alive again is sex. Hot, dirty, black-out-from-orgasm sex. And who better to provide it than the brooding, sexy, tatted bad boy-turned-man she’s known for years?

Rion, however, has one stipulation: He’ll be hers only for one night. One night to explore her every fantasy. One night to push her limits.  One night to introduce her to a passion that makes both doubt if it will be enough…


I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

5 out of 5 stars

Only for a Night, one of the first books to be published by Entangled's Scorched imprint so delivered on everything I was promised. This book was all types of steamy and then some. But at the same time the book was more than just one sex scene after another. Naima Simone delivered an all around great story. I became really invested in Harper and Rion's story and loved reading about them and the romance that sparks between them when she enters his club and enters into a one-night arrangement with him.

My only complaint when it came to this book was that it ended way too soon. As much as I loved the way Naima concluded the story, at the end I still wanted so much more of Harper and Rion. Out of all of the stories I've read by Naima Simone, Harper and Rion were the couple I was must upset to say goodbye to. I needed more! Thankfully, there are still a couple more books left in this series, so hopefully we'll get some small glimpses of this hot couple in the future.

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