Review: Seven Nights of Sin by Kendall Ryan

seven nights of sinTitle: Seven Nights of Sin

Author: Kendall Ryan

Year of publication: Out today! The author kindly gave me a copy to read and review

The heroine: Presley Harper

The hero: Dominic Aspen

The blurb: He’s the powerful CEO. I’m the know-it-all intern.

Things went further than they should have, but I don’t have any regrets. Well, maybe just one…

I went and did the one thing he told me not to – fall in love with him.

Now I have seven days to prove my trust and devotion. Turns out money is a powerful drug, but love is even more addictive.

Standalone or series: This is book two of The Penthouse Affair duet, so you need to have read book one.

The review: This book picks up directly where book one left off, with Dominic and Presley not in a good place in their relationship. Dominic is not a man who trusts easily and he believes Presley has betrayed him. His brain is telling him to cut her loose, but his body – and his heart – disagree.

He has a major deal on the line and he needs Presley, so he persuades her to continue the charade of being his girlfriend. Presley needs the money to support herself and her brother, so she can’t refuse. Eventually, Dominic comes to realise that maybe Presley was telling the truth, and his feelings for her aren’t fleeting. His twin girls adore her, and so does he.

You know when you read one of Kendall’s books that you’ll get a few laughs, great sex scenes, and a happily ever after, and she never disappoints. Looking forward to her next book!




Review: The Two-Week Arrangement by Kendall Ryan

the two week arrangementTitle: The Two-Week Arrangement

Author: Kendall Ryan

Year of publication: Out today! The author kindly gave me a copy to read and review

The heroine: Intern Presley Harper

The hero: CEO Dominic Aspen

The blurb: Dear Sexy AF Intern,

I know you don’t particularly care that I’m the CEO of this company, and you’re just an intern. I also know you’re not impressed by my power or my wealth, and that’s fine.

You think you’ve got me all figured out from working alongside me for two weeks, but you don’t know me. Not really.

You don’t know that I’m a single dad to twin toddlers, or that those two little girls matter more to me than this entire hotel chain.

I’m not interested in starting something deep and meaningful, but what I am interested in is the way your body reacts to mine when we’re in the same room. You probably assume the concentration on my face is work-related, when in reality, I’m figuring out which I want more–to nail you against the wall, or to bend you over my desk.

While you’re too disciplined to act on it, I’m not. And the night you stepped into my limo, all bets were off.

Standalone or series: This is book one in the Penthouse Affair series, but can be read as a standalone.

The review: Presley Harper has scored a coveted internship with one of the most famous hotel chains out there, and she’s determined to beat the other three candidates to win the position on offer. She’s supporting her brother and his dreams, and she needs money to be able to do that. Things are dire, financially, but she’s going to win this.

Dominic Aspen is a young billionaire CEO who’s worked hard to build his hotel chain. He’s sacrified a lot, but is a very private man – few people know he’s a single father to young twins, and he’s determined to keep it that way. He’s decided this will be the last year he’ll run the intern program.. and when he lays eyes on Presley, he switches his candidate for her.

He comes to understand her financial situation somewhat, and he needs an escort for a business dinner to get an important investor on board, so he hires Presley to be his date for the night. When she charms the investor in question, Dominic comes to see she’s not only beautiful, but smart and funny. They fall into a relationship, but when a misunderstanding comes between them, Dominic ends it abruptly. Desperate, Harper accepts a job with an escort agency, but when her first customer makes her flee, she’s stuck in the middle of nowhere with no money and no way to get home, so she calls the only person she can think of. Dominic. But will he come to her rescue?

This book ends in a cliffhanger, but the good news is that we won’t have to wait long for the next book as it’s out in a few weeks. You’re always guaranteed a good read when it comes to Kendall’s books, and this one doesn’t disappoint.