One Naughty Night

One Naughty Night

by Laurel McKee
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One Naughty Night 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
The_Reading_Reviewer More than 1 year ago
Lily St. Claire was literally plucked off the street and raised up from poverty by the generosity of her adopted family. The long seeded grudge that they held against the Huntington family was as deeply embedded in her as if she were a true member of the family. What surprise was she to behold when the one bane of her existence turns out to the joy of her life, Lord Aiden Huntington. Aiden has always kept his emotions and interests in check, never sharing his secrets. Being the second son he was able to carry on with the life he wanted as opposed to the one destined to be his older brother’s. Aiden did indeed carry on until his eyes met Lily’s and time literally stood still. Never having experienced these emotions before Aiden is not sure what has come over him. It can’t be anything more than infatuation but the moment he touches her hand the rest he will write down to destiny. The St. Claire family had many ventures in London both in the theater and gaming hall. Lily is an integral part of whatever the family did so her loyalties are tested when Aiden pushes her toward a fall from which she will not recover. He is handsome and ever so charming but Lily sees beneath this facade to the genuine soul of a poet that is beating just for her. Having overcome so much in her lifetime, some of which keeps coming back to haunt her can she have both Aiden and her family at the same time? Laurel McKee starts this new series with sensational characters and a moving story line that will entertain and delight ever reader.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i really enjoyed her first series but this was a historical take on Fifty Shades. Seriously? What happened to books with an original plot and dialogue?
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