A friend suggests Josie hire an escort for the night, and that’s just what she does. A Man For The Night is an ARC which is expected to be published on 01 Feb 2019. Thank you Harlequin/SB Creative for providing me with this read!
Book: A Man For The Night
Series: Harlequin Blaze #64
Author: Natsu Momose
Format: eBook, 120 pgs
Volume: 1 Chapters: 1
Genre: Shojo, Romance
He’s so dreamy, Josie wishes he were really her lover…
Josie’s still a virgin and she’s reluctant to go to her school reunion because she knows her spiteful classmate will laugh at her if she goes alone. A friend suggests Josie hire an escort for the night, and that’s just what she does. The escort who arrives at her door is Callum, a man so handsome he seems to have stepped out of a dream. He plays the part of her boyfriend perfectly and Josie finds herself drawn to him. When they return from the reunion, Josie’s house has been burgled! Which is why Callum agrees to stay the night at her house…just to be safe.
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Spoiler Free Review:
What would you do when faced with this? A man shows up role playing as a cop.. well..?
Alright, A Man For The Night is based off of a real novel by Miranda Lee. And it is exciting. This is for all you mature readers out there. I’m honestly surprised they allowed this to be available on netgalley. I was so not expecting it.
Callum thankfully not your typical manga male protagonist. Is kind, smart, honest and straight forward. Tries to do the right thing.
Josie, not your typical female manga protagonist. She is employed, successful, honest about her needs, willing to put herself out there and is a gogetter. Also, doesn’t break the deal they have between each other over feelings… like finally! A female protagonist who isn’t stupid.
The plot: she hires an escort for her reunion. The brother shows up instead and has no idea what he is doing, ie: Callum. Successfully manages to pull it off but ends up attracted to her. Obviously.
What I admire the most about Josie is her openness. She goes and gives him her dream book and asks him to make all her fantasies come to life. Naturally, he obliges.
Which makes this manga really fun. It was a nice pass time. Just don’t read it where people can look into your screen.
My final verdict: NSFW
Until Next Time!
*I received an Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) from NetGalley and Harlequin/SB Creative in exchange for an honest review
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