by Julia London
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Two Romantic Adventures...One Mad Night-Two delightful contemporary romance novellas in one book from New York Times and USA Todaybestselling author Julia London.One winter's night a blizzard sweeps across the country, demonstrating that fate can change the course of lives in an instant...and fate has got a sense of humor.
One Mad Night- Chelsea Crawford and Ian Rafferty are high profile ad execs in cutthroat competition for a client. When a major winter storm puts New York City on lockdown, the two rivals have to make it through the night together-oh, the many ways in which opposites attract...
The Bridesmaid - Bonus Novella- RITA Award Nominee for Best Romance Novella of 2013 Kate Preston has just moved to New York. Joe Firretti is contemplating a move to Seattle. When the weather wreaks havoc with transportation systems, Kate and Joe meet as they are both trying to rent the last car available... As Kate races to make her best friend's wedding, and Joe races to a life-altering job interview, it looks like together is the only way they'll make it at all.
One Mad Night shares the romance of Chelsea Crawford and Ian Rafferty. A short and sweet winter romance served best with a cup of hot cocoa, a warm throw and a comfy chair by the fire.
Espresso Review of One Mad Night
Chelsea Crawford and Ian Rafferty are both ad executives at an office firm in New York City. Chelsea has worked at the firm for six years and longs for that big account and corner office. Ian is the new, sexy, charming, charismatic competition. The executives have pitted the two against each other for big ad campaigns. The two trade barbs, although secretly Chelsea finds him cute, if not annoying. A snowstorm the night before they present their ad campaigns has the two stuck at the office. Will they kill each other or discover something more.*sighs* This was adorable and had all the elements that fans of London have come to expect. While I would have preferred a full-length novel, she created wicked tension, humor and some nice heated moments before fading to black. Chelsea was a strong character and I felt for her especially when dealings with “the boys club” work place. Despite its short length, One Mad Night was well developed and I like the way London wrapped it up. This is a sweet, romantic little escape.
One Mad Night also contains a bonus novella called The Bridesmaid . It takes place during the same New York snowstorm and I look forward to reading it.