Seven Nights of Sin

Seven Nights of Sin

by Kendall Ryan

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He's the powerful CEO. I'm the know-it-all intern.

Things went further than they should have, but I don't have any regrets. Well, maybe just one . . .

I went and did the one thing he told me not to--fall in love with him.

Now I have seven days to prove my trust and devotion. Turns out money is a powerful drug, but love is even more addictive.

Seven Nights of Sin is the stunningly sexy and heart-tugging conclusion to The Two Week Arrangement.

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BN ID: 2940161355633
Publisher: Kendall Ryan
Publication date: 06/25/2019
Series: Penthouse Affair , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 431
File size: 487 KB

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Seven Nights of Sin 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 35 reviews.
JWright57 19 days ago
4.5 Stars for Seven Nights of Sin which is book 2 and the conclusion to the Penthouse Affair Duet. This book had my emotions and feelings for Dominic all over the place at times I was in love with him and at times I wanted to hate him because of his treatment of Presley but when she really needs his help he can’t turn his back on her..... Seven Nights of Sin picks up right where The Two Week Arrangement ended with Dominic coming to Presley’s rescue so you do have to read these books in order. Dominic and Presley are pressured into taking a business trip to London together and that’s when things really start blowing hot and cold as they both try to protect and hide their real feelings for each other but is it love or is it lust !!!! A forbidden office romance that’s told in the duel POV that made me smile, made me giggle and at times made me want to throw my reader at the wall but I loved this book and the characters and in the end I was left smiling like a Cheshire Cat so yes I will recommend this great read to all romance lovers so what are you waiting for get your one click finger clicking .....
Anonymous 21 days ago
MaimeosAngelsEL 23 days ago
Firstly if you haven’t read Two-Week Arrangement, then you need to stop and read first as Seven Nights Of Sin is the conclusion to Dominic and Presley’s story and oh what a great conclusion it is. This book picks up where the first one ended; It is a fabulous office romance. Can they get over the mistakes of the past? The chemistry between Dominic and Presley is undeniably scorching and intense. I loved that their relationship was full of twists and turns and that nothing is straight forward it made the journey so interesting. Will Dom and Presley have the courage to put their hearts on the line and take a chance on love, or are they destined to live apart? An emotional read from Kendall Ryan that had me hook, line and sinker from the first to the last chapter and did not disappoint.
Sara_Sue 23 days ago
I’ve been reading Kendall Ryan books for a very long time. This duet, the Penthouse Affair, is my absolute favorite Kendall Ryan story. I always like her books but this conclusion left me reeling! I’m not even sure what to say about the Seven Nights of Sin! The push and pull between Dominic and Presley was hot and strong! I might have hated Dominic a bit occasionally. Presley was a saint for all she put up with! I can’t even! I received an ARC of this book with the hope that I would leave an Unbiased Opinion. I was not required to leave a review, positive or otherwise, and my opinions are just that... my opinions.
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Anonymous 9 days ago
Easy read and loved Dominic and Presley , it also could have been on standalone .
whatsbetterthanbooks 14 days ago
Slow-burning, absorbing, and passionate! Seven Nights of Sin is an emotive, smouldering tale that picks up right where The Two-Week Arrangement left off, taking us back into the lives of Dominic and Presley just after a misunderstanding has left their relationship in tatters and insecurities, doubts, and baggage have reared their ugly heads. The writing is fluid and sultry. The characters are ambitious, forgiving, and dependable. And the plot is an enchanting, slightly angsty tale filled with life, love, family, friendship, palpable chemistry, scrumptious tension, fervour, vulnerability, and romance. Overall, Seven Nights of Sin is a sexy, engaging, swoon-worthy conclusion to the Penthouse Affair duet that is heartfelt, entertaining, and full of heat.
CoffeeGoddessTK 18 days ago
Having left our ingenue in the hands of her cold-hearted boss at the end of Book 1, we wonder what has become of the fair Presley, down on her luck and in trouble. All of the answers as the Penthouse Affair continues... LOL, over the top, maybe, but I have to admit, I wasn't sure that Dom could redeem himself. I mean, I truly wanted to smack him in the head more than once while reading THE TWO WEEK ARRANGEMENT, and, Presley, child, why in the world are you letting him treat you like that? But, friends, this is Kendall Ryan, and there will be no unhappy endings, thank goodness. I actually really ended up liking Dominic, once he got his head out of his butt, and got his act together. By the end of this book, I was rooting for him and Presley to get past all of their obstacles and end up happily in love, and as equals, for the love of all things holy. Luckily for him, I will not have to step in and teach him how to treat his lady. Presley finally came into her own here, too, and opened Dom's eyes to her worth and her strength, because she finally began to believe in herself. Hallelujah! I'm happy to say that SEVEN NIGHTS OF SIN earned its stars, and ended up being the perfect finish to this couple's story. If an angst-ridden road to a HEA, with plenty of sizzle and a couple of cute as heck kiddos is your thing, this is the book for you. As an aside, this is not a standalone read, because Book 1 is a must (you wouldn't want to miss out on any of the lead-in, after all). Grab them both and enjoy.
BookAngel_Emma 18 days ago
Seven Nights of Sin picks up where The Two Week Arrangement ended. To say things are a mess between Dominic and Presley would be an understatement. With their insecurities and doubts being exasperated as a result. Dominic returns to his default a-hole mode in order to avoid emotional entanglements. Initially, I couldn’t quite grasp Dominic’s need for emotional detachment but as his affecting baggage was revealed, I found myself able to forgive his douche moments far more easily than I would have anticipated. Presley is a wonderfully forgiving person without being subservient. She remains true to herself throughout even when the situation goes against what she wants. There is a lot of ups and downs with the relationship between Dominic and Presley due to Dominic’s inability to process his emotions; in this respect, he does seem emotionally stunted where romantic relationships are concerned. Again this all makes sense when the revelations occur. When confronted with his feelings, Dominic is quick to accept the crossroads he has come to; with the help of the women in his life he is able to move forward along the path to happiness. Seven Nights of Sin focuses on Dominic’s emotional growth and the happiness that can be achieved if you are willing to make yourself vulnerable to another in order to obtain it.
AmberC23 19 days ago
Book 2 continues and is 5 amazing stars. Could not wait to see what happens between Dom and Presley. Picks up immediately where book 1 leaves off and the chemistry between the two of them is still there and hotter than ever. Trust is something that has to be earned and will be worked on throughout the book. I really enjoyed this 2 book series. It was a change of pace for Kendall and I liked some of the angst throughout the book. Enjoy!!!
Anonymous 19 days ago
sferguson0822 20 days ago
What an amazing finish to Presley and Dom’s story! There were parts that had me in tears, and parts that made my heart soar. It drew me in from the start, picking up right where The Two-Week Arrangement left off. There was the perfect amount of drama throughout, and a lot of healing by the end of it. An amazing story that I would highly recommend!!
SaraBetty 20 days ago
Enjoyed this book a lot... Lots of emotions at work here... Recommend the book and the author...
Anonymous 21 days ago
JackiesBookWorld 21 days ago
Seven Nights of Sin is the sinfully sexy conclusion to the Penthouse Affair Duet. It picks up right where the last book left off and we get to see how even though Presley hurt Dominic, he is still willing to protect her no matter what. But trust has been broken and he doesn’t trust her anymore. This puts Presley in a tough spot because she is still working for his company. Until an unexpected trip takes them away and she decides to take it upon herself to make him see that they belong together before it’s too late. I very much enjoyed reading this book! There is no surprise that Kendall Ryan is one of my favorite authors, she delivers books with the right amount of romance and sexiness to keep you wanting for more. Seven Nights of Sin was no different, it had me hooked from beginning to end. It’s evident that both of the characters have to work on themselves in order to have a future together and we get to see them grow in the story. Even though Presley is young and not as experienced, she is still determined to make a name for herself in order to help her brother. She is smart and it’s her determination that ultimately wins Dominic’s heart. On the other hand, Dominic has built walls around him to keep people at bay and didn’t let himself enjoy his family. He has been through a lot and it’s when he accepts his feelings for Presley is when he finally lets go of his past. I loved the ending, it was sweet and it fit the book very well. I cannot recommend this duet enough, it has everything you would want in a romance story and two little girls that will melt your heart. I highly recommend checking out this book and any others by the author. :) **I voluntarily read an early copy of this title in exchange for an honest review**
LynnB888 22 days ago
The yummy conclusion to The Penthouse Affair! The second book in the duet picks up exactly where the first book left off and has us riveted throughout to see what's going to happen between Dom and Presley. It's fast paced and emotional and packs quite a punch! Dominic Aspen didn't mean to fall into bed with his intern, but she turned out to be impossible to resist ... until it look like she's working with the enemy. Presley Harper did the one thing she wasn't supposed to do ... she fell in love with her boss. Now one stupid mistake has him not even wanting to be in the same room with her ... until a business deal requires her assistance. She has seven days and nights to remind him why he fell for her in the first place!
Anonymous 23 days ago
A continuation of Dominic and Presley’s story. Dominic can’t resist Presley even though he is still upset. Great finish to the story. Sexy and swoony romance. I liked the closeness between Dominic’s girls and Presley. Wonderful read!
BoundlessBookaholic 23 days ago
This was a great conclusion to this duet! I’m giving it 4 out of 5 stars. This review is for an ARC, and reflects my honest opinion. I really liked Presley again in this book. We finally saw the end of the internship, which is one of the points I made in my review of The Two-Week Arrangement, although we still only saw one other intern for like a page. No spoilers about what took place, but again, I would have liked to see more work taking place since this was an office romance. Also there were mentions of Roger, and he played a pretty significant part in the previous book, but we never actually saw him in this. Dom with his kids still made me swoon hardcore. Single parents are one of my absolute favorite tropes for romance books. He was clueless (but still lovable) man when it came to relationships, but I think he made up for it by the end. The epilogue was beyond adorable, and I wouldn’t be mad at this group of characters being featured in future books. Maybe even books for Dom’s twins?!? Just some final notes: to be honest, it took me a chapter or two to get back into this story. I’ve read quite a lot between this, and the first ARC, so I couldn’t remember what had all happened. But once I remembered, I was back to devouring this in no time. I finished in two afternoons, but I’ve always felt like this author’s books could easily be read in one day. I recommend this if you like something that’s slow burn on the romance front, but hot on the sexual side of things.
bbarneybooks28 23 days ago
In Kendall Ryan’s The Two Week Arrangement, Dominic took Presley’s virginity and, unknowingly, her heart, and despite where their personal and professional relationships stand at the end of book one, she doesn’t know how to not feel what she feels for Dominic, which leaves every part of her life up in the air and the feelings that seemed to be developing between them at a standstill. I have to admit, I didn’t know how to feel about Dominic throughout the course of Seven Nights of Sin. I mean…I understood his trust issues, not only due to the mother of his twins, but also due to what appears to be Presley’s duplicitous acts against his company. But what I struggled with when it came to Dominic is his hot/cold demeanor toward Presley, which actually feels, at times, like he’s leading her on but never plans to truly be with her in all the ways she wants and needs. Presley’s words and actions in the second part of her and Dom’s story resonated her feelings for him and his two little girls and while she had her work cut out for her when it came to tearing down Dom’s walls and proving to him that he isn’t incapable of love and that she would be more than willingly to carry his baggage and accept his flaws as long as realizes that he’s more than capable of truly being in a relationship with her that matters and that has the possibility of forever. The conclusion of Presley and Dom’s story frustrated me quite a bit, but it also illustrated the reality of what happens when a person is burned by someone who’s supposed to love him/her as well as what it takes for someone to finally let go of the past and move forward, truly being in the present with a love worth fighting for instead of giving up. 3.5/4 Poison Apples
S_Lewis_TMLA 23 days ago
This was the perfect conclusion for Dominic and Presley! It picks up right where we were left in The Two Week Arrangement. I must say this one more time....THIS IS NOT A STAND ALONE! At this point Presley is working so hard to regain the trust of Dominic and win him back. He had thrown all those walls back up so it's definitely going to be a fight. But it's definitely a fight you want to read and see where it goes. I just adore these characters. I think they are my favorite to date from Kendall. This book will pull at your heart strings just a little will be rooting for Presley and swooning over Dominic!
Kelly_BTCBlog 23 days ago
Seven Nights of Sin is book two in Kendall Ryan’s Penthouse Affair Duet and YES, you have to read book one, The Two-Week Arrangement, before reading this book. Seven Nights of Sin picks up right where the previous book left off…yep, it was a cliffhanger. And I can’t SAY what happens because then this review would get all spoiler-y, and spoilers are a no-no. If they’re your thing, cool…to each their own. But you won’t find them here. Dom and Presley are a complicated couple. Their strained relationship is angsty and full of inner-heartbreak and turmoil. The sparks between them continued to fly and the heat still burned hotter than ever. But it’s the feelings of betrayal and insecurities that blinded them both from truly living a life they desperately wanted with a love they both secretly craved. Presley’s constant support of Dom might have made her a bit naïve in my opinion, but I applaud her for going after what she really wanted. Dom’s contempt towards Presley, although understandable, made me what to strangle him more times than I could count. But his softer and vulnerable side outweighed his flaws, making their struggle towards love and acceptance that much sweeter. I can’t give anything else away, as that would reveal the entire plot of both books. But I will say that you NEED to read this duet. Ryan delivers a fantastic ending to an emotional and heart-pounding love story.
JenPH 23 days ago
This was every bit what I expected it to be, wrapping things up rather nicely for Presley and Dominic. I absolutely understood why Dominic felt the need to treat Presley the way he did after everything that happened in book one. Was he cold? Yes. Do I think he was outright cruel towards her? Not really, although he did seem to go overboard with the whole back and forth thing, which made me want to shake him and tell him to make up his mind and to advise her to walk away rather than be tormented by his behavior. I liked the pacing of the story and how Kendall Ryan made sure to show the compassionate and playful sides as well as their passionate and professional ones. I was happy with how everything played out and felt the ending to be...adorable. Seven Nights of Sin gets 4.5 stars. ♥
MaryJoMI 23 days ago
Presley and Dominic have taken me on a tumultuous, sexy journey. This is the conclusion of their story so be sure to read Two-Week Arrangement first. Dominic struggles with love and relationships. He truly doesn’t see himself as lovable but has the most amazing heart. Presley is blown away by his thoughtfulness and compassion that he shows her even after she let him down. This is not an easy road for either of them as they navigate the choppy waters. When he needs Presley to go with him to London for work, she doesn’t hesitate, seeing this as the opportunity she needs to gain his trust again. Their chemistry is combustible. But will Dominic let his heart open to her? Will she be willing to wait for him to figure it out?
Hnobbs825 23 days ago
What a fabulous ending for Dom and Presley! The first book left off with Presley in trouble and the only person she could call for help was Dom. Dom was angry with her for what he saw as a betrayal and yet he couldn’t turn off his attraction to her no matter how much he wanted to. Dom needed Presley’s help with winning over a big client and convinced her to travel with him. Presley was just hoping this was a positive turning point for their relationship. But Dom was still fighting his attraction and his actions towards her just confused Presley. I must say Dom is a freaking fabulous dirty talker and Presley is one lucky lady! Dom could not turn off his dirty talk even though he was conflicted on his feelings. When Dom needed Presley to help with his girls, she stepped up and it made Dom look at her differently. He realized that even though he wasn’t being fair to her and her feeling she still helped him out because she wasn’t confused about her feelings. I loved the ending to this book. It was a great ending for this couple. Another awesome book by Kendall Ryan! A definite must read.
Katiekoz 23 days ago
Seven Nights of Sin is a roller coaster ride for Dominic and Presley. They have many ups and downs throughout the book with their relationship. Neither really knows where the other stands, they just know that they have a strong connection. When they're running smoothly they're a cute and funny couple, when they're having issues it's emotional and at times frustrating. Dom has relationship issues which makes this "thing" with Presley difficult for him, and frustrating because of how he acts towards her. I don't like the cold, distant side of him. I like the sweet, gentle side that he brings out when he's with his daughters. Presley is a smart, talented, and sweet girl who has trouble saying no when it comes to Dominic. That can be slightly frustrating, but I more so just felt bad for her and how she was being treated. They both deserve to be happy and they're a good team, especially with Lacey and Emilia, who are so cute! They just need to work through some things to realize that they're happiest with one another. There were one or two storylines that felt unanswered/unfinished, but they were more minor things. I liked these two books, they were funny, cute, and enjoyable.