Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Book Review: Beth Andrews - About That Night

Hello Lovelies!
Today I will be reviewing 'About That Night' by Beth Andrews, copy received from Netgalley via Harlequin in exchange for an honest review.

'About That Night' is a contemporary novel, it is 384 pages long and it took me about four hours to read. It is available at Amazon (Kindle) $6.49, and Barnes &Noble (NOOKBook) $6.49.

About The Book

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Length: 384 Pages

Publisher: Harlequin Superromance

Release Date: June 2, 2015

Book Synopsis
One night....and a whole lotta trouble!

When it comes to men, Ivy Rutherford never loses her cool. Ever. Then she meets wealthy, green-eyed cowboy, C.J. Bartasavich and desire burns out of control. Yeehaw. So for one night, Ivy will indulge in a passion neither of them will forget...and walk away without a backward glance.

Except now Ivy's pregnant. And even worse, now C.J. has come to her hometown of Shady Grove determined to get to know her and be part of their baby's life -- even if she's convinced their attraction is purely physical. Because Ivy can't let herself rely on a sexy cowboy.... or worse yet, fall in love with one.

What did I think? 5 Stars

Like: The chemistry!
Dislike: Nothing!

Would I recommend it?
Most definitely yes! I really loved this book, I had so much fun reading it. Beth Andrews really knows how to create chemistry between two characters, I laughed, cried, and wanted to scream while reading this book and that doesn't happen often.

This books deals with trust, mistakes, and second chances, I think the sub-plot with Gracie and Luke was a perfect addition and words cannot explain how much I loved reading this book!

So far I haven't read any of the other books in this series, but I definitely plan on it when I get some extra money to spend, I want to read more about this dysfunctional family!

Thank you Harlequin via Netgalley for providing me with this book in exchange for an honest review!

Will you be buying this book? Let me know below!

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