One Night With You ~~ Sophie Jordan

One Night With You by Sophie Jordan
Anything can happen after dark . . .

Tired of being treated like a servant by her own family, Lady Jane Guthrie finally has a chance to escape . . . at least for one night. Attired in a daring gown, she arrives at a scandalous courtesans' masquerade ball looking forward to her few hours of freedom. But when she sees Seth Rutledge, her skin begins to tingle with anticipation. Many years ago, Seth broke her heart by falling for her beautiful, title-hungry sister. But now here he is, right in front of her, offering her his lips . . .

Embittered by war, Seth returns home to inherit the title that would have once won him the woman of his dreams. Though duty demands he wed, he's convinced passion no longer has a place in his life . . . until a masked siren sets his heart aflame. Desperate to find her again, he has no idea it's his childhood friend Jane--and that after one night together their lives will never be the same.
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Time Period
  • 19th Century
  • Regency
  • England


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Sophie J. is a genius! She completely captures the heart and mind of the characters as if it is a real person, instead of just fictional characters. Usually the character is missing something small that makes her actions not entirely believable to the readers, but sophie does not display that problem AT ALL. Her writing style immediately draws you into the plot leaving you at the edge. At some moments I totally believed in the love and other emotions that the characters evoked. Whe the charactes displayed or talked about their passion, you could feel it through the pages. Guaranteed, while reading a smile will definitely make its way on your mouth. I just thought the end of the novel was a little too rushed. I didn't get to see the guy's internal struggle to realize that he actually loved the heroine--the moment where he finally has an epiphany and voices to himself that he loves her. Instead, I felt like it skipped that part and he just decided to ove her to get her back.That's my ONLY bad comment, but maybe the author decided against that scene because it's too predictable? anyway, other than that part, I loved the story. :D
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