Midnight Kiss by Carmel Rhodes
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: December 2, 2019
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Dirty. Evil. Vile. Beautiful.
Logan Gregory is the devil in human form.
I should have stayed far away, but my weakness for evil men and a negative bank balance made him impossible to ignore.
He needed a nanny.
I needed money.
The job was simple. Our roles were clearly defined.
Then my stupid heart got involved.
We shared stolen kisses after midnight. Kisses dipped in secrets and sprinkled with lies.
They say what’s done in the dark always comes to light.
They were right.
Midnight Kiss by Carmel Rhodes is a beautifully captivating love story that has stolen every inch of my soul and left me completely breathless as I inhaled all the words. Emma Russo and Logan Gregory are two lost and broken souls that are struggling to let go of their complicated pasts that are standing in the way of their happily ever after. My heart ached from each moment these two shared and I absolutely adored EVERYTHING about them, from their undeniable connection to their hot and heavy midnight kisses.
Forbidden romances are my ultimate obsession and damn did this author deliver everything I wanted. Emma and Logan captured my attention when I first met them in Cherry Bomb, but they managed to wholeheartedly captivate my heart, body, and soul. Their story spoke to me and I found myself falling head over heels in love with every part of them. Oh and did I mention that little Chelsea Gregory (Logan’s daughter) completely stole the show. She shined in every scene she was part of and Logan as a father gave me major DILF vibes. He was so freaking HAWT and I wish I could have my very on version of him in real life!
Carmel Rhodes made this story so much more than just a single dad falling for the nanny romance. She gave their story layers and gave us some unpredictable moments that had me on the edge of my seat. I devoured this story in one sitting because the second I got my hands on this story I couldn’t put it down. Now I cannot wait for the next book in this interconnected standalone series, especially if it’s about a certain Father Gregory and his best friend’s little girl…
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