Just One Night Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Just One Night

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Kasie Fitzgerald knows who she’s supposed to be. She’s a rising-star-workaholic at an LA based global consulting firm. She’s the fiancée of a well-connected man who's won the approval of her parents.  People know that she’s reliable, serious, proper, cautious, pragmatic and yes, a little predictable. She's who Dave and her family want her to be.



  • A bit lacking in excitement, not much action going on. It was just average. The storyline was predictable and the explanations were clear. The narration was alright, but the overall writing style didn't quite capture the right mood.
  • I pushed through until chapter 12, but I reached my limit with Jordan's immaturity and selfishness. If you're into stories about characters who refuse to listen and always assume the worst, then this book might be your cup of tea. Unfortunately, I couldn't bring myself to finish it. In my humble opinion, third person point of view doesn't work well for romance. It feels distant and disconnected. The female narrator occasionally sounds like Siri - a bit robotic - and has odd pauses and emphasis on words that don't really make sense. On the other hand, the male narrator was absolutely amazing! I enjoyed the dual narration, but the passive voice of the third person made it feel detached and impersonal.
  • I had no idea what this book was about going into the story. I chose it for the audiobook because I like the narrator. I’m a little surprised that I enjoyed it. Normally, I don’t appreciate a book that has cheating, but for some reason this one was okay for me. The characters were compelling enough to make me overlook my reservations. Before I mention what I liked about the characters, I have to say that I really enjoyed this author’s writing style. She definitely has a way with words. The funny thing is the story is told in the present tense, which is my least favorite writing style, but Kyra Davis does such a good job I didn’t even notice. I also loved the character development in this book. The heroine’s decisions weren’t always ones I agreed with, but she was in the middle of an identity crisis, trying to find out who she was. She was confused. I loved her struggle with being who she wanted to be as opposed to who other people wanted her to be. Her struggle with choosing a partner that she wants as opposed to one she should choose. She was a flawed character, but captivating. The hero was deliciously Alpha, and definitely not having any sort of crisis. He’s a megalomaniac and master of his universe. What I loved most about him is that his surety and strength was something he used to bolster and support the heroine. He was good for her. This was definitely an engrossing story and it’s pulled me in.
  • The overall story is okay. It lacks a real plot. The main character experiences a large amount of character development, but that can't be said for the man opposite her in the story. The narrator breaks up sentences is a really strange way. Quotes are read in completely unrealistic ways.