A Night of Scandal

A Night of Scandal

by Sarah Morgan
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A Night of Scandal 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 29 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You guys are hopeless perverts. Shure S€x is a part of life but dont act like OMG I LOV IT LETS HAVE IT EVEYNIGHT!!!!. Then ur a perv and i will call moderator.
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LASR_Reviews More than 1 year ago
What fan of a handsome and sigh-worthy actor wouldn't give their eyetooth to actually meet and spend time with the object of their fantasies? How would they respond when they found out that not only is the hunk not perfect, but that the man of their dreams has a world of nightmares haunting him? And what would the fan's reaction be if they were drawn into that scary world? All that and more is explored in this page turning tale, the latest by the talented Ms. Morgan. I liked how the author set the scene up. The hero, Nathaniel, is revered and is so up high on a pedestal that fans swoon just seeing his eyes. But when the unexpected happens, he turns tail and runs. And the story is off to an exciting start because he grabs the one person in the world who could threaten his piece of mind and escapes on her little motor bike. If that whole chapter was written to snare a reader's interest, engage their curiosity and showcase how unique Katie, the heroine, is, then clearly it is a success. It did all that to me and then some. I wanted to pinch Katie's cheeks, she was so cute. But don't think cute equals weak, far from it. She's a woman with a mission in life - to follow a dream, and she's scrimping and saving and doggedly pursuing it with everything she has. No matter how many roadblocks are thrown in her path, she has kept her sense of self, but most importantly, her sense of humor. It's quirky, innocent and from the heart. She's everything Nathaniel doesn't normally deal with in his world and it was fun to see him try to make sense of her. Another thing I liked about Katie was her ability to know when Nathaniel was full of hot air and she made no bones about telling him. Sometimes that caused smiles, and others, pain. There was nothing fake about the heroine and sometimes that confused the hero. Certainly, she challenged him. Nathaniel is truly a man on the run from himself. Acting is a way of hiding in plain sight but eventually things catch up with him. How he reacts indicated the measure of the man. I found that the hero matured and grew up during the course of the story. He faced some unpleasant realities and faced his fears - no small achievements. Because Nathaniel is so tightlipped, Katie makes assumptions that in retrospect are funny and very easy to do. The reader won't learn the truth until the heroine earns the hero's trust and he reveals everything one painful tidbit at a time. That Katie stands by him and goes out of her own comfort zone to do so again shows how strong Katie's character is. And that is exactly what Nathaniel needs, even though he fights it -- a lot. The emotional angst is very clear and hard hitting when Katie stands up to Nathaniel. There's a lot of wonderful dialogue sprinkled throughout this book that speaks to the heart. When Nathaniel asked Katie if she wanted to "feel his muscles", I thought it absolutely adorable. The final chapters are a catharsis and a powerful example of writing to capture a reader's feelings. I sniffled at his unique way of proposing and laughed too. Even more amusing is the hero's comparison of Katie to her sister. That sealed it for me - Nathaniel is perfect for Katie. Read the Full Review at The Long and Short of It Romance Reviews
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CrystalPosey More than 1 year ago
I love Susan Morgan's books for many reason. Like any good book they have solid plot, good pacing, great conflict, and are packed with emotion. But what I continue to be most impressed with is how easily and strongly I connect with and relate to her female characters. In her most recent release, A Night Of Scandal, her main character is a gem. Katie Field, in a sense, is every woman I know. Someone who likes herself, is happy with her life, and is working hard to reach her dreams. But put her in the open, and she covers herself up. She's been convinced that she's not up to par on society's idea of what is beautiful and sexy. So when she steps outside her front door, she covers her sexy lace with dull, dark colors. Deep down every women knows she is sexy and beautiful, but in the public eye perception of self is challenged. So we hide. Sometimes a women needs someone who makes her feel good in her own skin. Not only behind closed doors, but also out in public. Sometimes she needs someone who makes her stop sucking in her stomach. Someone who makes her want to put on a bright, yellow sundress and stand out. For Katie Field . that person is Nathaniel Wolfe. Nathaniel Wolfe is a Hollywood bad boy, who has such a twisted and horrid past that no one could image that he could help anyone improve their perception of self. However, Nathaniel knows more about the subject than almost any woman. Having spent his entire life hiding behind the characters he plays, Nathaniel is hardly Nathaniel at all. He's a pro at running from the past, himself, and love. And just when he can no longer see himself, Katie enters with her hope, dreams, passion, and her most irritating thing of all . optimism. Struggling to keep their head above the water, these two characters are drowning. When thrown together, it is in seeing the other's true self that they drag each other to shore. This book takes society's deception that not everyone is perfect, beautiful, and sexy and tells it to screw itself. And not because Katie got a man, but because Katie let someone else affirm what she already knew. This is a wonderful, touching story, but it's not a heavy read. It carries a great message laced with heavy sexual tension, and fantastic dialogue-OH MY GOD the dialogue is such a hoot! This book made me cry and laugh! This book is definitely a favorite, and one I'll be rereading!
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A humorous and quick read, I did not put it down until I was done. You won't be disappointed.
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