Lola should’ve known better than to fall for the devil.
Beau thought getting his power back from Lola meant he’d won the game, but all he did was teach her how to play. Now, she’s ready to take on the master himself, and only she knows the rules.
In order for Lola to get close enough to hurt him, she has to love him. It won’t be easy to love the devil, but it will be worth it—if it means sending him to hell where he belongs
Night Moves is the third novella in the erotic romance Night Fever Serial. Reader discretion is advised due to mature themes.
Night Fever Serial reading order:
Night Fever (Night Fever 1)
Night Call (Night Fever 2)
Midnight (Night Fever 2.5)
Night Moves (Night Fever 3)
Night Edge (Night Fever 4)
Review by Brittany
This book was definitely worth the wait. If you haven’t read the first two in this series, then skip this review, because it contains spoilers from the first two.
We start off with Lola leaving Beau after their second night together. The tumultuous night before them had Lola professing her love for him, but he did not return it. When Lola sees something she shouldn’t have, she storms out of his hotel room and away from him.
Beau was suddenly warm in his suit. It’d been so long since he’d slept, he could almost convince himself he’d misheard what she’d been about to say. He didn’t doubt she loved him still—that didn’t change overnight. But love was anger and hurt and demanding the truth. He didn’t want this person, who was turning a blind eye. He wanted more, because when she loved him--that was power.
Lola is hurt beyond belief and wants to get back at Beau. So she develops a clever scheme that will make him feel the pain she felt when she saw those texts from Brigitte. It’s quite evil, I must admit, but it will definitely work. The hard part is pulling it off.
For three weeks, Lola lives with Beau in his house, not his hotel room, and plays the role of the ever attentive, doting girlfriend. She makes him dinner, she uses his credit cards, and they spend time together just talking about anything and everything. She begs him to realize that he spends too much time at work, but he just brushes it off. That may have been the only reason that Lola was able to follow through with her plan.
“How do I do what?” he asked.
“Turn everything off. Teach me how. If you can’t love me, teach me how not to love you.”
The end starts where it all began…
At Cat Shoppe.
That’s all you’re gonna get from me on this book. I will say that the chapters skipped between “present day”, which was Lola carrying out her plan, and the three weeks leading up to the night it ends. I will suggest that you read book 2.5, Midnight, so that you would be able to get the full effect of the ending. You don’t have to, but I definitely recommend it.
I haven’t been able to dive into a book in about six months. I find my attention is always somewhere else. This book had me turning pages like mad. I couldn’t put it down. From book one, I knew I would fall in love with this series. Jessica Hawkins is an amazing writer, her style is great and there are hardly any grammar mistakes that I saw.
These books are suspenseful. Not in the “horror/thriller/suspense” way, but in the way that the characters are in no way predictable. That is something that is always good. You never know who is going to do what. They are like active volcanoes. You see steam rising all the time, but you never know when they are going to blow.
Video Review for the Night Fever SERIES by Brittany
About Jessica Hawkins
Jessica Hawkins grew up between the purple mountains and under the endless sun of Palm Springs, California. She studied international business at Arizona State University and has also lived in Costa Rica and New York City. To her, the most intriguing fiction is forbidden, and that’s what you’ll find in her stories. Currently, she resides wherever her head lands, which is often the unexpected (but warm) keyboard of her trusty MacBook.
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