I swear to God on my parents' graves that I had no plans for a hookup when I left the house.
Zero. Nada. None.
I assumed I'd get buzzed on a few drinks, look at the stars above Hollywood from the hillside party house, look at the actual movie stars dancing inside, then go back to my post-divorce celibacy.
Alcohol and common sense are sworn enemies, though. So when my ex's former intern wandered on the deck and wrapped me in his warm leather jacket, I was hooked.
Despite our age difference, I found myself on his living room floor, his head between my…you get the picture.
We made a deal…friends with benefits. That was all well and really, really effing good until he went from hookup buddy to potential baby daddy. I just have to work up the courage to tell him or dump him. I want this baby, but I don't want to tie Nick down when his life is just getting started…
About the Author
I live in Los Angeles with my husband, son, and a whole lot of pets. When I'm not hanging out in Hollywood, I'm eating my way through Budapest.
You can read more about my books at www.sylviefox.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
My Thoughts: I requested this one before even reading Unlikely, which was kind of a risky move on my part, not knowing if I'd even enjoy the author yet. Fortunately, it was a good move because I did enjoy this, and the first book. Impasse takes place pretty much parallel to Unlikely, so there's a lot of tie-ins on each story. In this one, we're hearing Holly and Nick's story. Holly is highly reluctant to get involved with Nick because she thinks he's too young and not mature enough to be in a serious relationship. She doesn't even let him prove himself before coming to that conclusion. But he's determined to prove to her that he cares for her enough that it's not just a fling to him. The L.A. Nights series is great. It keeps the love stories alive, and you're cheering for the girls to figure out what they really want. In Impasse, Holly and Nick are very sweet together, especially with the surprise pregnancy, which I had forgotten about from the synopsis. Sylvie Fox has done it again! My Rating: Very Good
An easy reading book of emotional turmoil in Holly Prentice's life. She meets Nick Andreis at a social function and her life changes. The two compliment each other, but not without differences. Great passionate nights are a plus in this read. This book is a first in the LA Nights series and well worth the time. I will look forward to reading her books in the future.
Great emotional and sexy read.