Clueless when it comes to women, Shane McCormick only talks geek. On a business trip to Vegas, he attends a masquerade dressed as a cowboy under the persuasion of his sister, only to find out he’s been set up by Madame Eve.
On a dare with her friends, Mia Hunt asks for the impossible: A 1NightStand with a hot cowboy, except her date is the one person she shouldn’t be seen with.
When their attraction fuels the night, trouble follows as desire collides. Will their time together end in calamity or a promise for more fun?
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About the Author
An avid reader and writer, Clarissa spends most of time with her head stuck up in the clouds and lurking behind her romance novels when she's not writing up a storm. Currently residing in Hawaii, Clarissa enjoys traveling all over the United States, so you'll never know where you'll find her. She also loves video games, scrapbooking, trying new foods, and of course, shopping. What woman wouldn't? Well, not exactly clothes shopping, but she does love tech toys. If there's a new gadget, then she'd most likely have it (even though she is not tech-savvy and is known for breaking things.)
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Deborah R. Book provided by the publisher for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book This is the third of the one night stand series I have read and my favorite so far. Of course put a guy in cowboy boots and a stetson and I’m lovin it. Shane is the geeky computer nerd/cowboy who has no time for dating with his own company to run, Mia is the small town librarian with an overbearing older brother, which seriously cramps her love life. Shane and Mia just seemed to click right away and it doesn’t take long for the night to heat up! You find yourself hoping that what happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas. It was very well written for a short story, just not enough to get to know the characters and build conflict. It was a light and sexy read, I think it would have made a good full length novel. Favorite Quote: “My idea of being romantic would be giving a woman an external hard drive to make sure she backed up the files on her computer or some anti-virus spyware.” (I think I dated this guy years ago…)