Book Review: Revelations of the Night Before - Lynn Raye Harris

Revelations of the Night Before


Title: Revelations of the Night Before
Author: Lynn Raye Harris
Publisher: Mills & Boon UK, (Modern)
Published:
Rating: ★★★★
Format: Paperback
My Copy: I bought a copy of this novel.

About the book:

Unmasking the enemy

Valentina D’Angeli is pregnant. And the father…? The man she shared one sensational night with after a masquerade ball. It wasn’t until she stole a peek under his mask while he was sleeping that she discovered he was her brother’s sworn enemy—Niccolo Gavretti!

For this ruthless Italian there’s only one solution to Valentina’s bombshell—put a ring on her finger…no matter how much she refuses. And if he has to take her to bed to make it happen he’ll enjoy every single minute of it!
 
Review:
 
Omg! I love it! I love it! I LOVE IT! It's so heart warming and romantic I wanted to fall into the pages!
 
Not only that but with a little racing mentioned it was definitely a brilliant read!
 
Valentina used to be a love struck teenager over Niccolo Gavretti, (her brothers best-friends). Until one day betrayal breaks through their friendship and e no longer visits, but now sworn enemies. Valentina and Nicolo have not crossed paths in years... so what happens when they attend a masquerade ball?
 
Tina is the perfect innocent young woman until she unleashes her inner vixen in the bedroom then we find out what a real confident unfulfilled woman she is!
 
Nico, He's so stubbornly loving you can't help but fall in love his character. (TAKE NOTE: Nico is a fictional character, Not real) I so would love to read more about them one day! :)
 
Well... you'll have to read the novel find out!
 
I was hooked from the very first page stop reading till I finished.
 
Revelations of the Night Before is hot, sexy and modern! It is the perfect read if you're looking for something quick but satisfyingly good!
 
I will absolutely be reading more of the authors novels! :)

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