REVIEW: One Night with a Hero (The Hero #2) by Laura Kaye


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⭐️⭐️⭐️ ½
PLOT:
He wants just one night…
After growing up with an abusive, alcoholic father, Army Special Forces Sgt. Brady Scott vowed never to marry or have kids. Sent stateside to get his head on straight—and his anger in check—Brady’s looking for a distraction. He finds it in his beautiful new neighbor’s one-night-only offer for hot sex, but her ability to make him forget is addictive. Suddenly, Brady’s not so sure he can stay away.
…what they need is each other.
Orphaned as a child, community center director Joss Daniels swore she’d never put herself in a position to be left behind again, but she can’t deny herself one sizzling night with the sexy soldier who makes her laugh and kisses her senseless. When Joss discovers she’s pregnant, Brady’s rejection leaves her feeling abandoned. Now, they must overcome their fears before they lose the love and security they’ve found in each other, but can they let go of the past to create a future together?

SPOILERS ALERT!
I’ve read a couple of books with unwanted pregnancies on the story this past week. I don’t know if it’s the universe sending me a sign or something, hahahah. But joke aside, I think everything that has landed in my hands lately has the same subject on its pages.
In every final I can only think about the fact that these books are truly optimistic about the outcome. But then again, they’re suppose to be fiction. In real life, no one is so happy about these situations and everyone tends to be frustrated at the end.

Having said that, I have to take part of this book, One Night with a Hero, out of my judgmental analysis. Because in this case in particular Brady, the father, reacted as I expected any man to react to this situation. Like a jerk – I know, I don’t have much esteem for the male kind, but sadly this proves to be true in real life. He pushed Joss away of selfish reasons and only came back when he was sure he would stay and stick around no matter what.
This made the story so much believable for me.

So, I’ll give 3.5 stars to it 😉

Happy reading,
Trish 🗯

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