Maggie’s Secret Wish receives a 4.5/5 review from Night Owl Reviews

I’m so happy to share that my newest contemporary romance, Maggie’s Secret Wish, from Decadent Publishing received a 4.5/5 review from Night Owl Reviews.

Tags: Erotic Romance, Contemporary, BDSM

Reviewed by: Marika | Jul 11, 2011 | B00559T76O

A NIGHT OWL REVIEWS BOOK REVIEW

Maggie is your typical workaholic. All work and no play. To make matters worse, she is still thinking of her ex months later. Her friend decides to take matters in her own hands. Having found success with Madame Evangeline’s high end dating service that led to her true love she wants to help out others. Apprehensive at first and then down right scared, Maggie sends the email and goes to her one night stand.

Ian is nearly forty and wondering what do I have to show for it? He writes steamy books and works part-time as a Dom dealing out punishments to his clients. What he wants is a woman to love and to be loved in return. With his kinks, would any woman ever see past this? When contacted about Maggie from Madame Evangeline, Ian was intrigued.

This is one hot, short read that really packs a punch. Ms. Kaye establishes great characterization and emotions in Maggie and Ian from the beginning. I loved both of them separately and then together. While the sex is beyond hot and Maggie’s wish is granted, the emotions between Ian and Maggie run deep. My only complaint is that I felt the story was too short. I realize that this was a one night stand and it was written as such, but I would like to have seen more of them together.

I highly recommend Maggie’s Secret Wish for anyone that wants a quick hot read about two people that were destined for each other. This will not be my last One Night Stand. Great job.


Book Blurb for Maggie’s Secret Wish

Maggie’s boring workaholic life and focus on her obnoxious ex is grinding her down. A friend’s advice sends her to Madame Evangeline’s high-end dating service 1 Night Stand. She hopes to find some fun, a date, and va-va-voom sex…not necessarily in that order. At least she will get out of her apartment for one hot night! Because, yes, she is just that desperate for a change, and there is that secret fantasy she’s been wanting to try out….

As Ian turns forty, his day job as writer of steamy erotica and night job as part-time Dom has him worried he will never have a “normal” relationship. With his particular kinky quirks, what woman would consider him husband material? Madame Eve is pretty good at her own job, are these two a match in a million or just a one night flash in the pan?

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