London Reeves has had a crush on a co-worker for a while but it’s really not headed anywhere when he sees her as a friend that he can share details of his other dates. On her birthday though London’s friends plan to hold an intervention to take London out and convince her to find a hot guy to have a one night stand since it’s been three years since London last had sex.
Picking up the hottest guy London can find in the club that night she brings him home for one steamy night even refusing to exchange names. But much to London’s dismay Liam shows back up in her life since he is a client that was just signed on at her job and she now has to work with him.
Once Upon a One Night Stand is a fairly quick read with some great ideas but unfortunately this one fell a bit short for me overall. It starts off at a rapid pace tossing the reader into the middle of London’s life which seemed a bit frantic to try to take so much in in the opening chapter including the fact London had her own “voices” in her head that she would argue and debate with herself which ended up I didn’t really care for, perhaps if it had been implemented a bit differently I would have found this cute but it started off strange.
As the story went along I started to like it a bit more as it did have a cute plot line tossing this couple together even with my hesitation to like London in the beginning. But unfortunately then Liam had a scene in the middle of the story which completely turned me off of the relationship continuing between this pair.
So in the end, 2.5 stars for Once Upon a One Night Stand for me. A cute idea that unfortunately fell short for me when I ended up not liking the characters overall.
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.