One Perfect Night: Seattle Sullivans, Book 0.5 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
In this new sexy contemporary romance novella from New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Bella Andre, can Noah convince Colbie they are meant to be together in One Perfect Night? Guest starring Mia Sullivan and Rafe Sullivan from Bella Andre's Sullivan family series.
One touch...One kiss...
The first time Noah Bryant meets Colbie Michaels, they collide at the top of a snowy mountain in California and sparks fly. Swamped by sudden emotion - and a desire she can't control - Colbie panics. Before he can get her phone number or last name, she's gone. When they end up serendipitously meeting in Seattle one week later, Noah is certain Colbie is his destiny, and he can't make the mistake of losing her again.
One night...One forever love...
Colbie wants to believe in a happily-ever-after, but experience tells her falling for Noah is more likely to lead to a broken heart. Only, how can she resist him as he sets out to prove that they're destined to be together? Especially when he's intent on fulfilling every last one of her secret desires and he's willing to keep proving it to her every day...and every sweet and sinful night.
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|Listening Length||1 hour and 48 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||February 20, 2014|
|Publisher||Oak Press, LLC|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #241,553 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#899 in Romance Anthologies & Short Stories
#8,659 in Romance Anthologies (Books)
#18,270 in Contemporary Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
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I liked this story. I felt happy reading about Colbie and Noah. They are sweet together. She has been hurt in the past but Noah senses how fast he can go with her. His intuition helps Colbie feel safe. I hope they have more than one perfect night. This was way too short.
Top reviews from other countries
This is a romantic fantasy set at a North American ski resort and back in Seattle. Adult scenes, so best for mature readers, and just long enough for a bus journey or lunch break.
I dislike the first few pages during which a young woman sitting on a ski lift with her pal thinks about her backstory... because our early school days are what we all think about when on a ski lift for the first time. (Padding.) And she whinges a lot about her past, instead of telling the guy what her work and plans are and how she's able to afford a ski holiday. No go-ahead young man wants to date a girl who constantly whines about her parents and early life.
I downloaded an e-ARC when the author made it available on Smashwords. This is an unbiased review.
This book sets the transition in focus from the San Francisco Sullivan's and their cousins in Seattle. Mia Sullivan is on a girls weekend away with friend Colbie Michaels. Colbie meets Noah Bryant on the ski slopes and they have a fantastic day together but she has sworn off me and declines his invite to see him again. Back in Seattle, co-incidence brings them back together as Noah's friend is Rafe Sullivan, brother to Mia.
This is a feel good short story full of hope. It's a step up from the previous books and that's a bit worrying seeing as the main characters aren't Sullivan's!
This short novella has all of those Sullivan trademarks. I'm not a fan of insta-love which this story contains and I did feel when first reading about Colbie that she seemed very young so I was surprised when we learned she was 30. I found it a bit far fetched how they both new Rafe Sullivan.
A sweet love story and I do recommend the full length Sullivan novels if you like a sweet romance with no angst or bad boys!
'and so?' There is no conclusion, just a sense that the characters had connected somewhere in the middle of the more fully fleshed- out Sullivans, the author's main series. This really is not worth bothering with. It was a waste of the 99pence I paid for it. It's also taken me longer to write this review and get the Kindle- induced formatting errors ironed out than it took to read the very short story.in