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ARC Review | Mister Tonight by Kendall Ryan

Mister Tonight

by Kendall Ryan


SYNOPSIS

Last night was the most embarrassing night of my life.

I was that girl.

You know, the highly intoxicated chick celebrating her thirtieth birthday with her two best friends—who are happily married. And the more I drank, the more I wanted to do something reckless to celebrate.

By reckless, I mean the sexy and alluring man dressed in a business suit standing near the bar. You know his type—tall, dark, handsome. I was sure he was out of my league, but I’d had just enough alcohol that things like that no longer seemed to matter. I’m not fat, mind you, but you can tell I like french fries, so there’s that.

He took me home, and I enjoyed the hottest birthday sex of my life. Well, until it came to a screeching and rather unwelcome halt.

There’s nothing quite like being interrupted mid-ride with a little voice asking, “What are you doing to my daddy?”

Just kill me now . . . or so I thought.

Come to find out, the man I rode like a bull at the rodeo is my new landlord.


REVIEW

★★★★

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Mister Tonight embodies everything Kendall Ryan is good at: delivering swoon-worthy heroes, sassy heroines, and sweet and sexy romance.

To celebrate turning 30, Kate spends the night hanging out with her two best friends, sipping cocktails and finding Mister Tonight. Focusing on her career, leading a carefree lifestyle and being a commitment-phobe means Kate doesn’t have time, or really any desire, to find Mister Forever.

When she meets Hunter, an alluring and handsome man dressed in an impeccable suit, Kate realises she’s found the perfect candidate for Mister Tonight. He is charming and humorous, with cringe-worthy pickup lines and an irresistible personality.

Hunter’s near perfection will leave her questioning her easygoing lifestyle.

I wasn’t committed to being a stable role model for his daughter, and it wouldn’t be fair to him or her to blur the lines in our relationship, especially when things inevitably went south.

What appears to be the greatest, wildest night, filled with passion and steam, quickly turns into an embarrassing and horrifying nightmare. When Hunter’s daughter interrupts them, Kate is quick to escape, hoping she’ll never see her handsome one night stand again.

Fate is interesting. And it has an even more interesting sense of humor. Kate’s newest landlord and neighbour happens to be Hunter.

Rather than shy away from dating, Hunter is interested in finding someone worth it. But his ideal woman cannot just be intelligent, humorous, independent and beautiful. She also needs to embrace his four-year old sassy and outgoing daughter, Maddie.

Kate isn’t interested in commitment. Hunter is. They’re both adults though and prepared to enter an easygoing relationship of friends with benefits. No complications. No expectations.

Until things become a lot more complicated when feelings begin to surface.

“Mister Tonight, huh?” he asked, recalling Jessie’s words.
I rolled my eyes. “Obviously, that didn’t’ work out.”
“I’d say it worked out perfectly.”

Single dad romance doesn’t normally interest me. But there was something intriguing and enticing about Hunter. And his undying love for his daughter melted my bones! They have a sweet, tight knit bond that is unbreakable.

I also love how sweet Kate and Hunter are together. Despite having commitment issues and being wary about stepping into being a parent, Kate eased into that position wonderfully.

Mister Tonight isn’t drama filled, or as angsty as some of Kendall’s other stories. It is one hundred percent sweet and fluffy and the right amount of steamy.

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