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Night Owl (The Night Owl Trilogy, #1)

Night Owl (The Night Owl Trilogy, #1) - M. Pierce Night Owl by M. Peirce
Series: Night Owl Trilogy #1
Genre: Romance < Erotica
Age Group: Adult
Release Date: September 6th 2013
Length: 233 pages
Format: Kindle
Source: Purchased
Review Date: January 13th 2013
Steam Rating: Nuclear
Overall Rating: 5+ STARS

Review:

I want to start out with a quote from the book which pretty much represents how I feel about it.

“An author writes book after book, throwing darts at the board. Many stick, but one hits the bull’s-eye. The one they were meant to write”

“I read to find the bull’s-eye”


Night Owl is M. Peirce’s bull’s-eye. It was absolutely brilliant in every way. There is no other rating for it but 5 STARS. All I had to do was read the first few chapters, and I was hooked. You could not pry me away from it if you tried. I had been in a little bit of a reading slump, and had heard all the fan-fare about this book, so I thought I’d try it to get out of my slump. Well it was exactly what I needed. It was so different, so unique, so intriguing, so mysterious, so complex… So GOOD…

I went into this book absolutely blind. I had NO idea what is was about, and I really think it’s better that way. So much of my review will just be how I felt about the book. With just a little storyline ;-)

In the beginning we really don’t know much about either character except that they are writing a novel together and don’t know each other. They meet online to “chat” about their story and exchange notes. But one night things go too far and they end up having cybersex.

“Spread your legs. Help me come. God, my heart is pounding.”

If I could only describe this book in two ways it would be SMOKIN HOT SEX, and phenomenal writing. That is what stood out to me the most. It was literary brilliance meets SMUT. Which is just up my alley ;-)

“God Hannah. I’ve been thinking about fucking you. It’s like there’s something wrong with me. I can’t stop thinking about it. I want my body against yours, my cock inside you. It’s driving me wild. Does that frighten you?”

Night Owl is told in alternating POV’s between our two main characters Matt and Hannah. Hannah is pretty much an open book, while Matt is VERY secretive → to us the readers, and to her. But we do find out his secrets and why he is the way he is by the end, and it is very sad. That was the thing about the writing, I FELT whatever the characters felt. If they were feeling lust, longing, depression, or even if their heads were spinning, I not only felt it, I WAS IT. And I LOVE when an author can do that.

And Matt was as SEXY as they come. His filthy dirty mouth was the hottest I have EVER read. Seriously, he had me squirming in my seat constantly! I could not get enough of him!

Matt's smirks came in flavors -- two parts kindness, one part wicked amusement, a little lust in the mix. Oh, and one hundred percent smug bastard

“Greedy little bird, aren’t you? I thought about your breasts pressed into the tiles. I wouldn’t be gentle Hannah. I would force your legs apart and finger you like I owned you.”


Yeah and...

“…you like it, too. You like how filthy I am. You like it when I embarrass you.”
“Yes.”


And just one more tease…

“I know you love to suck my dick Hannah, but I’ll put it in your mouth when I want it there. You don’t give me pleasure, do you understand? I take it from you.”

Yeah, Matt has such a way with that sexy tongue of his ;-)

But we also got to see a more vulnerable side of him too. He was tortured, and at times he was just like a scared little boy with a huge heart.

I have to touch on the ending because for one it is part of a trilogy, and second it is a cliffhanger. But not in the normal sense. I usually HATE cliffhangers, and will not read them until all the books are out, but this one was different. I can’t explain exactly why, but it had closure enough that I was satisfied at the end, and also dying to know what happens next. I know it doesn’t make much sense but you have to trust me that you CAN read this without the next one already out. You won’t be sorry, or cursing me (at least I hope not) ;-)

Overall, I CANNOT recommend Night Owl enough! It is one of those epic reads that will stay with me for a long time. I would read ANYTHING this author comes out with in the future. Seriously. Anything.

~StacyHgg~
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