Well when I started Just This Night I thought I was going to get a nice little romance. But, what I found was an erotica masking as a romance. The story itself was pretty good with lots of drama. The characters were all well-formed, so nothing bad there. But the sex was just a little over the top in description. I think it could have been toned way way down and this would have been a great story like what Colleen Hoover puts out. But as is, its more of an erotica vs just a romance. The only other issue I had was that the ending sums up fairly quickly it would have been nice if it wouldn’t have been done so fast. Plus, some of the complications that the characters face just seemed a little too farfetched to be believable.
First in a sexy series set in a TV newsroom—from a multi Emmy Award-winning TV producer.
At News 9 San Diego, the hottest stories happen off camera.
Betrayed and abandoned by his wife and left to raise their young daughter on his own, TV news photographer Jake "Mac" MacDonald has moved to San Diego for a fresh start. He’s sworn off women forever and devoted his life to his little girl. But when his brother-in-law drags him out to a night club, Mac can’t help but be drawn to the cute blonde who asks him to dance. Maybe he can make an exception...for just one night.
A hot fling is exactly what news reporter Elizabeth White had in mind when she brought Mac home. A quick cure to help her get over her ex-boyfriend. But things get awkward when her anonymous hookup turns out to be her newest colleague. Now they must put their attraction behind them and find a way to work together. But when someone starts sabotaging Beth’s career, she realizes Mac is the only one she can trust. And maybe their one night has the makings of an exclusive after all.