Author: Elise Faber
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publish Date: April 26, 2021
Review Source: Elle Woods PR
I didn’t know what I was doing in a bar at midnight.
On a weeknight.
Certainly not sleeping, even though I had to work the next day. Definitely not open to talking with anyone, or trying to pick up a date.
Surely . . . not paying the least bit of attention to the beautiful bartender with gorgeous hazel eyes and a body built for sin. He’d flash a smile and the women around him melted. He’d chuckle and even I wasn’t immune to the silken way it slid down my spine. And I was singular. I didn’t pay attention to men (and yes, I said that as a filthy, four-letter word).
I existed by myself. For myself.
It was safer that way.
Then . . . he talked to me. Then . . . he flashed that smile my way.
Then he made me want a stranger more than I wanted my careful distance.
This was a fast paced, easy read that was not only sweet but sexy as hell. This is only me second book from Ms Faber and I’m truly liking her style.
Dominique is not looking for a man. She takes care of herself because she has nobody but herself. I mean she has friends and a business partner but that’s all she needs with her line of work she’s glued to computer screens all day and night.
Archer is a bartender that is a closet artist. He just went through a divorce so he’s not looking for a relationship either but when he sees Dominique staring at him from across the bar his plans take a detour.
I loved the chemistry between these two. It was such a fun story. I wasn’t bored at all but I really wish there would have been more to the story. Other than that it was a hot, sexy read and I loved how Archer was so sweet and would’ve done anything for Dominique.