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Virgin for the Night (For the Night, #2) by…

Virgin for the Night (For the Night, #2)

by C.J. Fallowfield

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WOW! I think I have been rocked to my very foundation! Virgin for the Night has literally put me on my arse and I want to crawl under my comforter and not leave it for a month!
I know that is such a loaded statement, but in all honestly it really doesn’t do justice to this book! But before I launch into the story, I just want to say that C.J. Fallowfield has completely knocked it out of the park with this book. The writing is flawless, the characters are whole, not one dimensional, but alive. I literally got sucked into this book and became a part of it and so very few authors manage to do that, but C.J. Fallowfield has managed to do it with every one of her books, but this one more than most.
So on with the story, we caught a glimpse of Summer in a file Logan was reading in Stranger for the night, but she is even more sweet and innocent in real life. She has managed to summon her courage to contact Logan. She is a virgin and has a lower self-esteem than she should have, but she was trust from working in bar to having her life changed overnight. But the night actually comes where she is actually going to meet Logan and now she is nervous.
Logan seems (to me at least) also a little nervous, he doesn’t understand these feeling that Summer has inspired in him, and every moment she is in his presence, she is effecting him more and more. I am actually, going to stop my retelling of the story there, because I would be giving away the entire story.
My recommendation for this book is read it when you have a day after you finished, so you have a day over it. This book seriously gave me a book hangover, so much so that I couldn’t read another book for 3 days, which led my husband to ask me if I was sick.
Virgin for the night is simply a masterpiece that moved me so much that I don’t have words. So now it comes down to the scoring, and without trying to make a mockery of my whole scoring system, I give Virgin for the Night 10 out of 10.
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  Cara_Ross | Aug 16, 2016 |
ARC provided in exchange for honest review.

I've been fortunate enough to be able to read the first two books in Ms. Fallowfield's "For the Night" series early, and just as Strangers for the Night, this book is all kinds of great and funny with plenty of hot sexy times.

Logan isn't a man who does the romantic side of hot sexy times; he's more raw and hard about it. But there's just something about Summer that brings out his previously untapped gentle side when it comes down to getting it in. Don't get me wrong, he still wants to ride the Pound Town Express with Summer, but he realizes that there is a possibility there could be more than just one night with Summer. Not only that, Summer doesn't even realize that he's sharing his genuine feelings for her, she thinks it's all just part of his assignment.

I was surprised by Logan's decision at the end of the book, and I hope before the end of the series Logan ends up on a new path where he needs to be. ( )
  scottnl | Oct 21, 2014 |
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