One thing I absolutely love about Wood’s books is her unique and very detailed writing style. Whether she is writing about an earthquake, a tropical island, or a Naughty Nights game, she does so with the ability to place you right inside the scene. There is absolutely no guess work required, it’s like a picture created with words. ~ Rhayne, Guilty Pleasures
Six nights to remember, six days to forgive…
Esther is grateful for the strong arms that saved her and her young son from an earthquake. But she wishes their rescuer was someone else. Anyone other than the man who left her pregnant after a holiday fling.
Toby’s carpentry skills take him wherever there’s work, and right now that work is definitely cut out for him. He has to get over the shock that the little boy in his arms is his own son—and convince Esther that he’s always regretted walking away from her.
Esther can’t bring herself to deny Toby his right to get to know Charlie. Besides, with her own home flattened, she has nowhere to go but with him to his apartment…where she discovers a sexy role-playing card game tucked in his suitcase.
When Toby invites her to accompany him to the Northland to attend his best friend’s wedding, the opportunity to explore their still-simmering attraction is too tempting to resist. As the steamy scenarios heat up, they start to realize this is more than a game. But Esther’s hiding a secret that could cause as much devastation as the earthquake…
Contains role-playing fun including Roman slave and master, sexy schoolgirl spanking, and interrogation of a spy. Silk scarves included.
Six Naughty Nights is the second book in the Love in Reverse series. It’s a great addition. If the first two books are anything to judge off of we are can expect several more sizzling sexy stories.
Toby and Esther are thrown back into each other’s lives; quite literally when an earthquake hits and they are in the same store. Toby doesn’t think, just reacts when the beautiful lady that just walked in and her young toddler are in harm’s way. Imagine his surprise when the young boy he has in his arms looks just like him. So the plot line is set… Now that would be a great book with just that scenario alone and I must admit I have read many with that exact story line. So what does Ms. Woods do to step it up? She adds a little game called Naughty Nights. Let me tell you, with this spicy addition it propels this book far above the rest.
One thing I absolutely love about Wood’s books is her unique and very detailed writing style. Whether she is writing about an earthquake, a tropical island, or a Naughty Nights game, she does so with the ability to place you right inside the scene. There is absolutely no guess work required, it’s like a picture created with words.
Esther is not used to opening herself up to anyone. She is very self-reliant and really struggles having to rely on anyone. She is still very angry with Toby for leaving her after their fling. That is the reason she never told him about her getting pregnant. He made the choice that he didn’t want her, so how can she chance that he may not want their child either?
I loved Toby. He accepted his child and fell in love with him immediately. He has to find a way to get past the anger and the hurt he feels about not knowing or being able to be a part of his son’s life. He knows he left her, and hurt her. He wasn’t prepared for all he was feeling at the time and didn’t know how to handle it.
Toby and Esther have a lot to learn and a lot of growing to do before they get their HEA. There both must learn to let the past go and focus on what they can build together for their future. They have to learn to trust and to forgive. With the addition of their son, Charlie, it just adds a lot of happy moments. He is adorable and his innocent humor really gives the story that extra spark.
There are a lot of characters from book one, Seven Sexy Sins, that play a big role this book. It’s great to reconnect with them, and see how their lives are playing out. If you haven’t has a chance to start this blazing series, I recommend you do. They are filled with fun witty characters, many heartwarming moments, and immense passion.