Three nights. Two lovers. One weekend that will change their lives forever.
For Latimore Hart, nothing is more important than his singleness and money. When he decides to spend the weekend at Decadence, an exclusive twenty-one and up hotel in Memphis, the last thing he expects is to find a woman capable of keeping his interest. In his mind, three days is more than enough time for him to share himself with any woman, but when he meets Dana… everything changes.
Dana Green lost a bet with her best friend. Her punishment? To spend the weekend at Decadence. Her original plan was to spend her entire trip in her room, but a late check in leads to Latimore sliding into her vision, arms, and maybe even her heart.
At the start of their weekend together, Latimore and Dana both agree that they will part ways and never see each other again when it’s over. Will that be the case, or will they break the only rule at Decadence and continue their affair long after Sunday morning arrives?
Review + Rating 3 1/2 out of 5 stars
You already know what it is. Don't act brand new. LOL.
If B. Love drops it, you know I'm reading it.
Don't fret. This will be quick.
You're not going to get much in this one, and I mean not much at all. You'll start, you'll blink and it will be over with.
Dana is at this hotel, a hotel for sex--because of a bet she lost with her best friend.
It's there on her way out that she bumps into Latimore--literally.
He won't let her go. He's literally standing in her way--and although he's just a stranger, there's a magnetic pull--bringing the two together.
A weekend is all they've promised each other.
Ladies, and gents--this is a sex novel. Granted the book is about 8,000 words--there is a lot packed into it besides the sex--although that's the meat of it.
B. Love manages yet again to give us just a taste of something, leaving us wanting for me--and leaving us behind like a well-sexed one-night stand.
She's going to leave you satisfied, but sis, you might not get all of what you want.
You do get to know Latimore, and Dana fairly well for the novelette to be so short. It's a mini novelette. You understand Latimore a little more, and Dana gets a nice introduction.
The author says in the book, it's the last of these brothers--so don't go bothering her for more. Leave that to me. I ain't too proud to beg. LOL.
Anywho, for 99 cents, you get a pretty solid chapter length novel--that will give you enough to whet your appetite--and then you can follow it up with some other B. Love books.
Solid characters for its length, steamy, chemistry-laden sex, and a happily ever after ending--you can't go wrong.