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El desconocido Dais One Night 1. Soy responsable, previsible, fiable. Kasie Fitzgerald es deaconocido adicta al trabajo con una carrera imparable en una consultora internacional. Todos saben que Kasie es seria, pruden Soy responsable, previsible, fiable. Published December 3rd by Suma de Letras first published January 21st Just One Night 1. Kasie FitzgeraldRobert Dade. Las Vegas, Nevada United States. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about El desconocidoplease sign up.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I’m fairly tolerant about cheating in romances, if there’s a credible explanation and the cheater shows remorse. Usually the hero cheats on the heroine or vice versa in a one-nighter in a fit of pique or descpnocido meltdown, etc.
However, here we have the heroine deliberately and continually cheating with the hero, on her boyfriend of six years. And really there was no excuse for this tacky behaviour other than to create a bit of emotiona 1. And really there was no excuse for this tacky behaviour other than to create a bit of emotional conflict and impetus for the plot. And the big reason why the heroine cheats? Her boyfriend is staid, comfortable, dependable and considerate.
But oh, he’s boring in the sack. Well, either spice it up. Or break it off. We’re given not one but two self-centred protagonists whose only thoughts are me, myself and I. Beside the distasteful lead characters, the award for the most unappealing, repugnant, irksome and toxic personality goes to Kasie’s girl friend who whispers such sound and helpful advice in her ear as You should sleep with a stranger. With a friend like this Some other issues I had. Unprotected sex with a stranger is not just stupid it’s repellent.
The prose tries to be poetic and supposedly romantic, but instead comes across as pretentious and bloated.
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Kasie is intelligent and educated and yet makes incredibly stupid decisions in her personal life and iyra ones in her work. Other readers have really enjoyed this, especially my friends Anna and Michellewho both recommended this book to me. So check out their reviews as well before deciding to read this or not. The ending is a cliffhanger, and quite frankly was looking good. I’m rounding up to 2 stars instead of down to one, in the hope that both Kasie and Robert the hero get their comeuppance and that in a delicious twist the real hero turns out to davia the cuckolded fiance, Dave.
View all 57 comments. I have mixed emotions about this book. I was drawn into the story but I didn’t enjoy it, if that makes sense. It was the type of story that left a bad taste in my mouth. I’ll start with the positives: Thanks to the description of “salt and pepper hair”, I’m going to assume he is in his 40s.
I wish there were more age details on sl though. I’m no I have mixed emotions about this book. I’m not sure exactly what he sees in the insipid Kasie but I liked him more than the male leads I usually see in these kinds of books.
I fundamentally dislike it and don’t find many things romantic about it. I kept frowning at Kasie in my mind as I was reading the story. Not exactly a promising sign. Come on, if you are cheating on your boyfriend and you feel even a bit remorseful about it, why wouldn’t you try to protect everyone involved from diseases? She goes right from one man to the other in less than 24 hours with no condoms used by any party.
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It made no sense to me. All in all, I didn’t hate it and I didn’t love it. It was middle of the road for me and I’m not sure I would continue with the series.
The infidelity issue makes me too uncomfortable but maybe some other readers won’t mind it. View all 8 comments. I am having finals it started on Friday so my bullshit davsi is very low in this period of time. I used the novella as a reward for studying, kind of like this: I, in no way condone or find sexy one night stands with no condoms or cheating, but since the stuff I study is mind numbing, anything would have been better.
The book revolves around Kasie and her inability to make an honest to God decision! She preferred to get around rather than talk to her 6 year boyfriend. As you might have guessed, since this is only the 1st part of the serial, it blew in her face. Would I recommend the book: All in all if you have no problem with tow-timing, probability of STDs and lengthy introspection, I say go for it.
View all 27 comments. I need to write up my review while the feels are still coursing desocnocido me. This was my first exposure to Kyra Davis. I also want to point out that whoever compares this to FSoG needs to get their head examined. The steam factor is actually much higher, the sex scenes are described rather well, and there is no abusive asshole in this one, though that’s being hinted at for part 2.
I had a metric ton of issues with this book. It’s not actually a whole eo, to be honest, it’s only part of a b I need to write up my review while the feels are still coursing through me.
It’s not actually a whole book, to be honest, it’s only part of a book called Just One Night.
There’s apparently a full version, but that wasn’t available on Netgalley. This book, this part of the book, ends in a huge cliffhanger that made me very upset. So, this review will have spoilers. Though, considering that much of the plot is already in the blurb, perhaps it won’t be as spoilerish as I think. Either way, proceed with caution.
Kasie Fitzgerald, the heroine and I use this term lightly hereis having one last moment of freedom when she goes with her friend Simone to Vegas for a night of gambling and possible debauchery, something that Simone recommends when she says, “You should sleep with a stranger”. Apparently, Kasie is in a relationship with a ‘safe’ man, a reliable man – a boring man. He’s a tax attorney, which fits his stereotype description. He touches her gently, reverently, carefully.
While in Vegas, dressed in borrowed, form-fitting clothing, Kasie meets Robert Dade. She doesn’t know who he is – he’s a complete stranger to her.
They flirt, they go to his suite, they have sex. This is where I had my first conniption fit. She goes with a stranger to his room. She doesn’t ask him about anything, not even his name. He offers her a drink. Fucks her with his fingers while she sits in a chair. He rips off her panties and then really fucks her. Neither of desconcido makes any mention of a dzvis. Neither seems to be worried about STDs or unwanted pregnancy. After he comes inside her, she leaves the suite, sans panties, presumably while dripping his cum.
There’s not even any mention of her cleaning herself up when she gets to her own room. Desconoicdo Kasie gets back home to her safe, reliable, boring Dave, she doesn’t say a word to him about what happened in Vegas.