Review: My One Night by Carrie Ann Ryan

My One Night 

Carrie Ann Ryan

On My Own Series, Book 1

ebook, Published April 13th 2021
A one-night stand is supposed to end once the sun rises. Only it doesn’t always work out that way in this opposites attract and tortured hero romance.

Elise Hoover never expected this. She didn’t want to go to another party, but when her friend pulls her in, she somehow finds herself hiding in a corner with…him.

Dillon Connolly.

The smirking, so-called good guy with the shadows in his eyes. A single glance, a sweet smile, and she lets herself have one night of giving in.

Only she has to promise herself not to fall in love. No matter the cost.

4 Stars
Dillion’s story is one I have been waiting for. When meeting him in the Fractures Connection Series I knew there was something good about that kid. An old soul living within a man still coming into himself. Dillion feels like a borderline burden upon his brothers and has made a huge step and moved out on his own. Putting his nose to the grind he works his butt off to make things better for himself. Dillon is extremely insightful, has a good head on his shoulders and is very thoughtful and considerate of those around him.
Elise is an extremely intelligent Woman who has a lot of pressure from her parents to succeed. Being the daughter of two doctors is not necessarily the easiest thing but she wants to make her own choices. Keeping her head in the books and doing well is her goal but when a good friend dares her to let go and have a little fun. Elise just maybe even shocks herself a bit with this one.
I really enjoyed My One Night. I knew from the moment that Dillion and Elise met one night was not gonna be enough for them. From the initial approach and the actions that happened after you knew there was something between the two. Chemistry and attraction we’re off the charts with the two of them. Both of them struggle with wanting to keep their grades on top and do well and keep their eye on the prize but yet their feelings for each other or a distraction that could be good or bad. But who said you had to go at these things alone. Elise and Dillon find their way, even with some unexpected and heartbreaking events along the way they will be able to heal together.

 

Posted on April 13, 2021, in ARC, Review and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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