E-galley Review: The One Night by Meghan Quinn

Posted December 13, 2021 by Lisa Mandina in Review / 7 Comments

I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

E-galley Review:  The One Night by Meghan QuinnThe One Night by Meghan Quinn
Published by Montlake on December 14, 2021
Genres: Adult Romantic Comedy
Source: the publisher
Format: E-galley
My Rating: five-stars
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From USA Today bestselling author Meghan Quinn comes a romantic comedy novella about the magic and misadventures of a one-night stand.

Recently divorced Cooper Chance knows he’s officially in a rut when his parents take him barhopping in the hope of resuscitating his love life. At first, he’s skeptical. How could a gritty dive bar possibly solve his problems? But then he runs into Nora McHale.

Nora isn’t at the bar looking for love. She’s there to unwind after yet another exhausting day at her bakery. And even if she were hoping to meet someone, it sure wouldn’t be Cooper—her best friend’s ex-husband.

According to the unwritten rules of romance, Cooper and Nora are completely off limits to each other. But after a fun, flirty night at the bar, they can’t ignore the wild attraction between them.

Is this the beginning of something real, or will their passionate night together be their one and only?

My Review:

So while this doesn’t say it is part of a series, it is a prequel to an upcoming February title of Quinn’s called The Reunion. This book was hilarious, not that I expect anything different from this author. It was short and sweet and sexy as a novella should be. The meet cute wasn’t exactly a “meet” since the two already knew each other, but it was still cute. And oh my gosh, Cooper’s parents are so cute and funny and lovable. I already can tell I will adore their matchmaking mischief in the next book. But I really am going to look forward to seeing how this little one night possible mistake of a hookup can lead to a HEA for Cooper and Nora. Between the name of the Dive bar and the name of the bakery, the author really knows how to make a story fun and interesting! Now, is it February yet? Because I need to know what happens next!

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7 responses to “E-galley Review: The One Night by Meghan Quinn

    • Lisa Mandina

      Yes! I love all things Meghan Quinn! Some day I hope to have time to go back and read all the books I missed before I found her.

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