One Night: Unveiled Paperback
Part of the One Night Series series
Did you fall in love with Christian Grey in the books and the Fifty Shades of Grey film?
Addicted to Jesse Ward in This Man? Then there was Miller Hart. And now the unmmissable final book in the ONE NIGHT series is here. They made their choice. And now Livy and Miller must fight for a life without secrets - and a passion without limits...Livy has never known pure desire like this.
The gorgeous and mysterious Miller Hart captivates her, seduces her, and worships her in deliciously sinful ways.
He knows her innermost thoughts, drawing her ever deeper into his dangerous world. Miller will do anything to keep Livy safe, even if it means risking his own life.
But his dark history isn't the only thing that threatens their future together.
As the truth of Livy's family legacy unravels, an unsettling parallel between past and present comes to light.
With her world spinning out of control, Livy finds herself caught between the rapture of an all-consuming love - and a deadly obsession that could destroy them both.
Breathtaking, intense and utterly gripping, this brand new novel is a must-read for all of Jodi's devoted fans as well as readers of Sylvia Day, J. Kenner and anyone who needs to escape with a love affair that will set your pulse racing...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 432 pages
- Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
- Publication Date: 29/01/2015
- Category: Romance
- ISBN: 9781409155706
- EPUB from £4.99
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Review by Chicalicious
Miller and Livy have been residing in New York, hiding from Miller's evil pimp. After finding out her beloved nan has suffered a heart attack they both hop on a plane back to England. They need to find a way to release Miller from his ball and chain before it's too late and he loses the one thing he loves and cares about most in the world.Like the second book this book wasn't that great. The last couple of chapters and the epilogue were the most exciting thing about the whole book. The plot before that was mainly just sex, sex, sex with very little else going on.Miller and Livy drove me even more insane in this one. I'm not sure they were adults. Maybe children in adults bodies? Miller was probably the worse. At one point he makes Livy promise to never have her hair cut again because if she does he's going to throw a hissy and shave his all of to spite her. Really? What is he, five? Livy was always saying how she trusted Miller and then she'd doubt him and fly off the handle. I'm definitely in love with Livy's grandmother though. She was a gem, so funny. William was loveable. It's a shame that he wasn't in the book as much as I'd have liked. He took away from the boring sex scenes that littered the book.Miller had a habit of being elusive and indirect by only answering questions with half answers. After a while it was like pulling teeth. I get that some secrets needed to be kept for the end but it drove me insane.I thought I could have banged my head into the wall when Miller tells Livy that when she gets her period they can stop using condoms. Really? I was under the impression he didn't want kids. I know the chances of conceiving whilst she's on her period are slim but the risk is still there. What happened to the birth control she was supposed to be taking? It was mentioned once and never to be mentioned again.Livy finally lost her job. I'm surprised she managed to hold on to it for so long. She spent way more time with Miller, puking up on customers and running out early for her to have kept it as long as she did.There were more of those lines that were just enough to make you want to scream stop. They continued through all three books. Here's some more: "I love your bones." What the hell does that even mean? I can't believe that it mean "I love you deeply". Another was "you fascinate me". Oh, how charming.Whatever happened to Cassie? Did she find the closure she needed? She was mentioned for a bit and then just dropped out of thin air to never be heard of again. WHAT. HAPPENED. TO. HER?! Wow! The ending. So many revelations. I must admit I was expecting most of it. I don't think I really appreciated it though because by this point I was just hoping that it would end, and end quickly. I was close to tears and not in a good sense either.