One Night (Superstars in Love #2)

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British theater star, Justin Holloway, is about to open in his first Broadway show. He should be stoked. But opening night jitters have gotten the best of him; and if one more person tells him to "break a leg," he just might break theirs instead.

When he pushes out of the theatre and accidentally knocks a woman into the street, he does the first thing that comes to mind—pretends he isn’t the show's lead and tries to charm her into drinks and dinner.

Alexis Verdon is not a fan of musicals. Who really goes around singing grocery lists to the store clerk? Too bad she's promised her bed-ridden sister she would not only attend the opening night of Broadway's latest jewel, but also get autographs from the entire cast.

As if that isn't bad enough, on the evening before her great sisterly sacrifice, Alexis is knocked flat on her butt by a handsome Brit who won't take "no" for an answer and insists on taking her out on of all days, Independence Day (hello, we wanted our independence from Great Britain for a reason)!

When their attraction leads to a steamy one night stand full of passion, lies and unspoken truths, will they find a way to turn one night into something more?

Book Info

  • Original Title:One Night (Superstars in Love #2)
  • Author:
  • Rating:7.42 / 10
  • Genre:Fiction
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
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  • Publisher:Published June 25th 2013 by Swoon Romance (first published May 28th 2013)


Chapter One

Justin Holloway was bloody f**ked. No, not just f**ked. Fucked, with a capital “F.” He had barely made a splash in the London theater scene before his agent booked him this role. Gary said he was ready to be the lead actor inside an opulent Broadway theater in New York f**king City.

Justin wasn’t quite as sure.

How could he possibly be ready to play the role of Marius in Les Miserables? When he had told his agent he wanted to be on Broadway someday, he’d meant it that way. Some-bloody-day. Not this day. Not this early in his career. Les Miserables was only scheduled to be in New York for a limited run. It had been taken off of Broadway a few years ago, but he, Justin Holloway, managed to land a role.

A big role, at that.

But he didn’t belong here, in more ways than one. Usually, his accent stood out like an Oreo crumb in a cup of milk, and no matter how many times he ...

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