Shelly's Book Corner received a review copy from ARC and voluntarily provided an honest review. This does not affect the opinion of the book or the content of the review.His Until Midnight by Reese Ryan
Published by Harlequin Desire on December 1, 2018
Genres: Interracial Romance
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To the highest bidder goes…
A friendship with benefits?
When Tessa Noble takes the stage at a charity auction after a sexy makeover, her best friend, Ryan Bateman, must place the winning bid. It’s definitely not because he’s jealous. Their weekend getaway is a ploy for positive press…or so the rancher tells himself. But soon things take an unexpected turn from platonic to passionate, catapulting the couple far beyond the friend zone…
Ryan and Tessa have been lifelong friends and their families are close friends as well. There is an underlying attraction but neither one will admit it or let alone act on it, until the auction happens. I really liked this story because you could feel the character’s internal struggle on what their next move should be going forward. They have been friends since forever but a lot is at stake if this doesn’t work out. We do get some push and pull but I loved that it wasn’t dragged out and everything was settled in a mature matter.
This is book four in a series and I thought would be confused but I wasn’t at all. I’m curious to see what will happen next in this series as there was a unexpected surprise in this book. Reese Ryan is an author that I just started reading and I have come to really enjoy her books. The writing is solid, the charters are diverse and easy to relate to and the plots are refreshing. If you’re a fan of friends to lover romances look no further!
About the Author:
Reese Ryan writes sexy, contemporary romance featuring a diverse cast of complex characters. She presents her characters with family and career drama, challenging love interests and life-changing secrets while treating readers to emotional love stories with unexpected twists.
Past president of her local RWA chapter and a panelist at the 2017 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, Reese is an advocate of the romance genre and diversity in fiction. Visit her online at ReeseRyan.com.