Interior decorator Suzanne Barron's new tenant is the most dangerously sexy man she's ever met. Navy Commander John Huntington, a former SEAL (aka 'Midnight Man') works best under the cover of darkness. Within hours of meeting him, Suzanne has wild, no-holds barred sex with John, then panics at the depth of her passionate response to such a powerful and dangerous warrior. Suzanne doesn't do sex like that. John is definitely someone she needs to avoid for her own peace of mind. But when killers come for her, Suzanne knows she can turn to only one man. John will guard and protect her body. But who will guard and protect her body against John?
In the erotic fantasy Midnight Man, silkily performed with a coy wink by Alexandra R. Josephs, someone has just moved into Suzanna Barron’s building. He’s a man named John Huntington. And he just so happens to be the sexiest hunk that Ms. Barron has ever seen in her life.
The passion is not unrequited and the two quickly move to marathon lovemaking sessions - described with such detail it’s as if the listener has been issued a direct challenge not to blush.
Killers are also after Suzanna, by the way. But it’s okay. Because John Huntington is a former Navy SEAL warrior…because of course he is.
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I seem to be in the minority here but this book was just ok for me. I didn't feel like the characters were well developed. The "love" came out of nowhere and I couldn't fathom why; I didn't much care if the characters lived or died as I felt like I didn't really know them. Not to mention there were some overall implausibility. Someone tried to kill Suzanne and she gets whisked off to a cabin with a relative stranger and has wild sex and finds love and not once does she question what the hell is going on until the very end!! Really?!?! I find that hard to believe but, even if I were to suspend reality for a bit, I still couldn't understand why John fell in love with her within days of meeting her. I understand his reason to protect her as that was in his nature, but love?? Nah, didn't feel it. Will probably not read others in the series if they are like this one.
Characters not fleshed out
It wasn't terrible but not great either
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