Monday, October 14, 2013

Review Just Right By Krystal Shannan

Marci Garrett works tirelessly in her career as a graphic artist—she’s the last of her friends still single. Life and love are passing her by, so after a few glasses of wine, she agrees to let her girlfriends sign her up for a 1Night Stand date. It can’t hurt, right? 

Building his architecture firm from the ground up, Dillon Hayes has almost zero personal life. Family is important to him, but with his impatient mother threatening to pick out his future wife, it’s time to take action. Maybe 1Night Stand is the best place to start. 

Can Madame Eve help them find a match that’s just right?

My Review

This book is a quick read but it is very fulfilling, nothing seems rushed, even though it is a 1Night Stand. I loved how Marci and Dillon first catch glance at each other, each wishing that each other is their blind date. They tend to have a lot in common and I like how they mesh together very well, it didn't seemed forced at all. I also like how things flow very good in the book there is no point in this book where I felt something was missing. So if your in the mood for a quick read that is well written, draws you in, has the right amount of heat and give you that happy ending... This book is for you.

I love Krystal Shannan's books but I have to say this has to be one of my favorites from her even if it is a quick read as she didn't leave me with a cliff hanger... Thank you Krystal.

I Rate this book a 5 out of 5

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* I received a copy of this book for my honest review from the author. 

1 comment:

  1. I'm so glad you enjoyed it! Thank you! And yes, I was not allowed to write a cliff hanger in this story, LOL. I promise, not all of my books will be that way....... I think. *giggle* No, they won't. The Faerie Tales coming out next year are all stand alone in a series :-) no cliff hangers in sight :-)


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