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Sunday, December 9, 2012
Romance Book Review: Sidda Lee Tate's The First Night
Author: Sidda Lee Tate
Series Connection: The Night Series
Kayla didn't have time for a relationship. Between work and nigh school she was too tired for anything else. Deciding she needed a some kind of social life she agrees to meet a friend after work at a local bar. That is where she meets bartender Gannon.
Gannon is excited the minute he see Kayla walk up to his bar. He moved back to his home town for a chance with her and here it is. But can he get himself together enough to take the first step away from just a sexual relationship? And even if he does can Kayla handle that right now?
We'll written, first story to a new series. I liked Gannon's strong alpha male type, with a few issues to work out from his past.
Can the last place she needs to be become the first night of her forever?
She planned to meet her coworkers for drinks and be home in a few hours. Getting drunk and staying out all night was not an option. Not for Kayla Dobbs. Going to a bar was already pushing her limits. Between her full-time job and night classes, there was no time to spare for a social life, and certainly no time for a relationship. But when she meets Gannon, the sexy bartender whose hypnotic eyes seem to follow her every move, she wishes things could be different.
Although Kayla doesn't recognize him, Gannon knows exactly who she is—she was the one girl in high school he'd always wanted but had been afraid to pursue. He's changed a lot since high school though, and maybe now he has a chance at making that dream come true.
As she breaks free from her self-induced lifestyle of studying and work, Kayla realizes that no matter how concrete her life plan is, sometimes it only takes one night, one person, to alter it forever.
Content Warning: contains descriptive sex and strong language