Title: One Night
Author: J. Akridge
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: October 21, 2020
I’m 21. One-night stands are supposed to be normal at this age right? Go to a bar, pick a hot guy, have a little fun and then you run. Or at least that’s what I thought, until my first and only one-night stand ended up being the night I got knocked up by a stranger I had never laid eyes on before. Sure, he was the perfect guy for the job. He was sexy in the way that attracted every female within 100 yards of him. His voice was smooth, and he knew exactly what to say to get into my panties, clearly. Eye roll.
I wasn’t on birth control. Now I’ve peed on two sticks and they both say the same thing. Those two little lines have changed my future forever. You want to know what the worst part is? I have no idea what the name of the father is.
I’m a bachelor. I never sleep with the same woman twice, I like variety. But when she walks into the bar, she takes my attention immediately. When she agrees to leave with me, I've hit the jackpot. Then I run into her in my sister's office, the last place I expected to see her. I never thought I'd see her again.
Except this time, she has something to tell me. Something that will change my world forever. Our one night together, turned out to be so much more.
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Oh my swoon. I was so captivated from the start with Kyle just like Tessa was. I completely understood her motives in doing something she never had before.
This was a quick read in a genre that yes I've read many books like it, but this one still hit all the right notes for me. I love oops pregnancy books like this. Especially when the connection between the characters is so explosive like this one.
Ultimately its a beautiful story in which the main characters both grow as individuals as they are navigating the situation the find themselves in. The romance is beautiful and hott at the same time.
J. Akridge is a romance author that loves all the feelings she gets after reading a good love story. She enjoys watching reruns of Criminal Minds because, duh Derek Morgan, and all things leopard. Whenever she isn’t reading or writing, she’s cheering her kids on at competitive cheer competitions and t-ball games. She would love to hear your thoughts and any questions, so feel free to reach out.