Saturday, 7 November 2015

One King's Way by Samantha Young - Review

The New York Times bestselling author of On Dublin Street
returns to the bar where it all began with Braden and Joss for a white-hot new novella full of passion and drama.

When he’s not working at the club, Craig Lanaghan looks out for his mother and little sisters. So when it comes to women, all he wants is a good time. But once Rain Alexander walks into his life, there’s no denying that this woman could be worth much more than a one-night stand….

Rain’s lifelong regret is having left her sister Darcy alone years ago with a guardian who turned out to be abusive. So when Darcy’s boyfriend publicly humiliates her in a cruel way, Rain’s overprotective instincts kick in and she follows him to Club 39—where she meets a guy who just might be her perfect match.

The chemistry between Rain and Craig is explosive, but Rain is out for revenge, and refuses to be sidetracked by flirtation. As things between them heat up, she’ll have to make a heartbreaking choice between giving in to the man of her dreams or putting her sister’s happiness first….

OMG!! I loved this novella to On Dublin Street. I was so sad to see this series ending (it had an amazing ending - Logan became my favourite Scot). But knowing Samantha Young had written a novella for it I was so incredibly stoked. And it did not let down.

I absolutely adored Rain. She was just this incredible 1940s pin-up girl - somebody I could aspire to be. She was just so kickass and I actually have a girl-crush on her (like Maggie, Craig's sister), not gonna lie. Rain was a romantic through and through and I could really relate to her - its books like the On Dublin Series that makes me a hopeless romantic, and uncompromising when it comes to a guy, so I could totally understand where Rain was coming from.

I loved Craig. I loved the fact he was a reformed man-whore. I loved how enamoured he was with Rain. He didn't want anybody else cause he knew he had found the one for him. This realist was a romantic at heart - and thus he stole my heart.

I absolutely loved this book. It was great novella to a great series.


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