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A USA Today Best Seller

Have sex with a stranger in a foreign country. It was on my list. It was something I'd never done before, and I wasn't sure if I could go through with it. But I did.

Don't tell him anything about yourself. No names. No personal information. Nothing. It's all about the thrill. The mystery man. Keep him a stranger.

That one night was the best night of my entire life. He was sexy, intense, and made me feel things I had never felt before. The next morning, the thrill was over, and he was gone before I woke up.

What happened in London should have stayed in London, but it didn't. I was never supposed to see him again, but the universe had other plans, and now my happy little world was turned upside down by a man named Sebastian Bennett.

She refused to tell me her name. Normally I wouldn't care. But something inside me needed to know who she was. She was stunningly beautiful, and a name would complete her. It didn't matter anyway. In the morning I'd be gone before she woke up, and I'd never see her again. It was probably for the best anyway. I would hurt her, and she would ultimately hate me. It's what I did. It's all I knew. I was never supposed to see her again, but I did, and my desire for her was stronger than before.

I had money, looks, and a heart made of pure stone. She deserved better than me, and I knew it, but I couldn't stay away. Chloe Kane left an imprint on my soul, and now my life would never be the same, all because of One Night in London.

©2016 Sandi Lynn (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Sucksville

Because I'm typing on my iPhone I'll be brief!

1. Female narrator should never do male voices! She's sucks at it!

2. Male narrator should stop narrating all together! He sucks at it too!

3. Author do you know what transitional phrases are? Look them up!

4. Slow and irritating characters and storyline

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Sebastian?

I wanted to know a little more about Sebastian's childhood to really understand the way he was. The book just have the bare minimum.

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Not the best, not the worst

This book actually all boiled down to narration for me, I felt like I was listening to Mattel Barbie and Dr. House narrate a story. This book has so much potential I feel like if I would have read the book I would have enjoyed it so much more and I've never felt that way about any listen so far. If you can get past the narrators then give it a try, otherwise skip it.

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Really..

Too much of the same thing sex, sex and more sex. The story would have been better wth less sex.

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weak story; poor intimacy details

narrators not suitable for this type of romance. male voice sounded femine not strong masculine at all

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I can't even...

This book is so bad it's funny. It's not supposed to be funny.... But the way it's written, choice if language coupled with the narration... I just can't stop laughing.

I legitimately laughed to the point of tears at one point. The author would not have sold this book to a publisher... just sayin.

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Did not like story or narrators

What disappointed you about One Night in London?

Story was same old line just different names

Would you ever listen to anything by Sandi Lynn again?

Not sure

How could the performance have been better?

Narrators were too fake

What character would you cut from One Night in London?

Can't think of one

Any additional comments?

No

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Horrible

Lots of passive aggressive behavior, childish behavior and immature attitudes toward relationships mixed with discussions about dinner, pats on the back for occasionally helping a homeless man and then pretending they actually did something selfless . Wow. Couldnt even finish his one.

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  • 10-01-16

story lacked depth - unremarkable

Nice romance, again I struggled with the narration. it was ok. I'm unlikely to remember it next week.
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