It gives me great pleasure to host this review/promo post for Carmen Falcone’s latest release, a novella called A NIGHT OF MISBEHAVING, which deals with relationships from the point of view of single parents of young children. It’s a reasonably short read which can be read in one sitting and gives some great insights as well as great reading entertainment for those who enjoy romance fiction.
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A NIGHT OF MISBEHAVING
Georgia is one super mom who is in dire need of adult time. A single parent with sole responsibility for her pre-school daughter, not to mention a successful career woman, she longs for some downtime. She wants to chill out in the arms of an understanding male who knows and loves women and wants to give her a good time. Hence, she resorts to internet dating.
And internet dating springs some surprises. She finds herself looking at \Brent, aka Sexy Dad, a fellow parent whose daughter is the best friend of her own little girl at pre-school. It seems like a consequence free night is not on the cards. They are too closely connected, there could be repercussions. But what if one of them (or both of them) wants repercussions?
A short, warm and witty contemporary romance by a talented author. Highly recommended for readers of romance and relationship fiction. A word of warning, though. This is because romance readers are quite diverse in taste and while some love to read hot and steamy, others prefer the more emotional sweet romances. Georgia and Brent’s story reads like a sweet romance in places, but once they connect, there are a few explicit scenes and some rather graphic language. So if you love hot and steamy, go for it. If you prefer sweet and emotional, well, don’t miss out, but you might want to speed read through the hotter scenes to spare your blushes. It’s up to you.
Carmen Falcone is an author who handles hot romance with skill. I’m giving her the full five for this one. BTW I received a review copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Reviewed by Maria Perry Mohan