Review: One Night Unveiled by Jodi Ellen Malpas

Posted 13 March, 2015 in Reviews / 0 Comments

Review: One Night Unveiled by Jodi Ellen MalpasTitle: One Night: Unveiled
Series: One Night #3
Author: Jodi Ellen Malpas
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: February 10, 2015
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Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review. Read more

About One Night: Unveiled:

A life without secrets and a passion without end . . .The story of Livy and M's passionate love affair comes to a stunning conclusion in the final book in the One Night trilogy!

Livy has never known pure desire like this. The gorgeous Miller Hart captivates her, seduces her, and worships her in deliciously sinful ways. He knows her innermost thoughts, drawing her ever deeper into his dangerous world.

Miller will do anything to keep Livy safe, even if it means risking his own life. But his dark history isn't the only thing that threatens their future together. As the truth of Livy's family legacy unravels, an unsettling parallel between past and present comes to light. Her world spinning out of control, Livy finds herself caught between the rapture of an all-consuming love-and a deadly obsession that could destroy them both...
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My Review:

I loved the first book in this series. The intrigue. The chemistry. The chase. The surrender.

The second book, not so much. I actually kind of hated it. Just because it seemed kind of pointless. A lot of stuff kept happening, but the overall storyline was kind of in the same spot at the end as it was in the beginning. It just seemed like pages of unnecessary drama and fighting between Livy and Miller. They were also starting to remind me too much of Jesse and Ava. I love Jesse and Ava, but wasn’t looking to read more of the same. On top of that, it answered no questions raised in the first book, yet brought up several more. And it didn’t answer any of the new ones either.

Luckily, Jodi Ellen Malpas pulled through in the conclusion to the trilogy. I didn’t enjoy it as much as I did the first book, but at least I can say I liked this series, since the sum of how much I liked books one and two is greater than how much I disliked the second. Yay, math. 🙂

There were spots in here where I was bored or a little confused, but at least the things that were happening mattered. But relationships progressed and matured, loose ends were tied, and chapters were closed.

Most importantly for me, questions were answered. The second book raised so many and answered pretty much none of them, neither those brought up in the first book nor the second. That bothered me a lot, too. However, I’m still a little iffy on some things. It’s not so much that I’m confused, as things just don’t add up. Like, View Spoiler »

But overall, it was a good third book in a trilogy. Like I’ve said before, the last book in a trilogy is usually my least favorite because it’s all about wrapping things up and ending everything properly before it’s over. But for One Night: Unveiled, that was perfect. After being frustrated with how “open” everything ended after the second book, Unveiled really needed to tie things up neatly for me. And for the most part, it did.

About Jodi Ellen Malpas:

Jodi Ellen Malpas was born and raised in the Midlands town of Northampton, England, where she lives with her two boys. Working for her father’s construction business full time, she tried to ignore the lingering idea of writing until it became impossible. She wrote in secret for a long time before finally finding the courage to unleash her creative streak, and in October 2012 she released This Man. She took a chance on a story with some intense characters and sparked incredible reactions from women all over the world. She’s now a proud #1 New York Times and Sunday Times Best selling author.

Writing powerful love stories and creating addictive characters have become her passion – a passion she now shares with her devoted readers.

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