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One Night with the CEO

(The Suits Undone #2)

3.53  ·  Rating details ·  279 ratings  ·  57 reviews
"This debut romance sparkles." — Library Journal (starred review) on Unbuttoning the CEO


After some disappointing dates, Karen Ramirez has concluded that great sex is for other people. Especially since medical school won't leave her much time for romance anyway. Then she runs into tall, dark, charming, and ridiculously wealthy Mark Lansing—and quickly
Published May 3rd 2016 by Forever
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♡ Jeri's Book Attic ♡ Jeri the Romance Bibiliophile ♡

I was happy to get my hands on an ARC of “One Night with the CEO” (The Suits Undone #2) by Mia Sosa. As I read “Unbuttoning the CEO”, which was the first book in the series – I already knew what to expect of the writing style and plotline. And I was not disappointed

But unfortonately after a great start the story itself did not develop the way I expected it. I was used to a certain pace and handling from the first book and this book felt very different to me. And as the same characters appeared
The Book Junkie Reads . . .
Off to a good start. The writing, good. The plot line, good. The hot hunky CEO, excellent. Learning money can't always buy you what you want. Good lesson to learn.

Karen was driven, focused, and looking to have a little fun in the sun of Puerto Rico. What she was not expecting was sexy, intelligent, best man, Mark. Mark was looking to settle down himself. He feels he found that in Karen, but she had other plans.

I began to form prediction and assumption right away. Boy was I surprised that most
May 17, 2016 rated it really liked it


4 “Sexy (soon-to-be) doctor meets sexy CEO” Stars

Sometimes you know you’ll like a book from the first few sentences. I mean, you read the blurb and you hope you’ll enjoy it, but it isn’t until you start reading that you go “okay, this is going to be fun”. That was the case here, because the first paragraph already showed me Mia Sosa knew how to keep readers interested.

“One Night with the CEO” is the second book in the Suits Undone series (I didn't read the first), and it's about the first story’
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May 03, 2016 rated it really liked it
REceived in exchange for a honest review.

One word hot and sensual like a salsa. Mark is great. He begins the story as one who is thinking of settling and than he meets Karen and things change. He wants her but doesn’t want to cross that line due to her being his best friends soon to be wife’s sister. But the attraction is palpable and dangit bowls you over through the pages. Like the footrub he gave holy toledo that was not a normal foot rub but one that leaves you needing a cool shower.

Both nee
Mindy Lou's Book Review
Apr 28, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2016
Karen meets Mark at a night club celebrating her college graduation. She literally runs into him as she drunkenly stumbles out of the ladies room. Mark was a complete gentleman, making sure she's ok and not left on her own devices only to find out she is the baby sister of his best friends fiance. Karen and Mark are instantly attracted to each other but neither of them want a relationship. They are forced to spend time with each other at Grace and Ethan's wedding and you can probably guess what ...more
Isha Coleman
Apr 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing
The flavor, the heat and romance. Mark and Karen bring the caliente. Karen wants to make a dream of becoming a doctor, reality. She's halfway there and doesn't need any distractions. Enter Mark. Sexy, wealthy and temptation personified. The right place at the wrong time presents a chance to test the sparks these two set off. They could have something special if they don't let fears get in the way. I received a copy of One Night With the Ceo by Mia Sosa in exchange for an honest review. I was cau ...more
Aug 07, 2016 rated it did not like it
There is nothing really wrong with this book, except that it's plot and dialogues read like thousand of other books in the market.

It lack originality and by chapter 4, I started skipping and skimming. And by 60% I threw in the towel.

Francis M. Torres
Feb 20, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2020
This one was just as steamy as the last one, maybe even more. The story of Mark and Karen!!!! I would've never thought that it could get any better. I love how they are so different from each other.

Anyway Karen and Mark are seriously hella funny, how they went about hiding their relationship from the ones they love, first with the trip to Puerto Rico, and her showing him her roots and all. To this crazy ass connection they have, and also how straight forward they were with one another and their
Brandan WH
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3.5 stars
Mark and Karen’s “meet cute” was perfection. A little dirty, a lot flirty and something that keeps you reading! Mark is in his 30s and well established in his career. Karen is a recent college graduate and preparing for the rigors of medical school. Each believes that they’re not the right person for each other, but there’s no harm in having some fun, right?
How these 2 go from meeting to sex to possible relationship is an entertaining read. While book 1 is not requi
Dec 31, 2019 rated it liked it
But WHY with the age difference. Seriously, WHY? Just make Karen a little older. Just a smidge. And Mia Sosa has a distinct exhibitionist streak that she likes to give her characters. I can't say that I've ever been so hot and bothered that I couldn't make it behind closed doors, but all of hers seem to like to have sex in inappropriate places. ...more
Apr 05, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance
Interesting book. It was fun watching the hero and heroine get together, work on staying together, and finally get the details right for themselves. Their conflicts and contrasts made things especially hot. I thought the book felt a little “thin” in places, but that could be my impression from reading it as an ebook. Looking forward to reading more of Ms. Sosa’s work.
May 08, 2022 rated it really liked it
A good story plot.. thirst for more as you read on chapter by chapter.. ghe soon to be foctor and and the ceo portraying their roles at their best.. excited to read on further as i am getting hook to the story..
Aug 21, 2017 rated it really liked it
The relationship fell flat after a while but I loved the first 1/2 and the overall idea.....I just wanted more umpfh
Sep 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Loved it.. Thought it was funny and real between
The charters👍
Carrie Miller
Jun 13, 2020 rated it did not like it
This was horrible. I barely finished.
Jul 25, 2020 rated it did not like it
Not a fan of this story. Immature is the only word that comes to mind to describe the plot and the half baked wishy washy characters. The best thing I can say is that's it's a quick read. ...more
Karen, med student, and Mark, CEO. Couldn't get past the setup. ...more
Mar 24, 2022 rated it liked it
Story a little less concise and hot than it should be. Plot is typical, nothing new about it.
May 09, 2016 rated it really liked it
Originally published at Reading Reality

I loved Mia Sosa’s first book, Unbuttoning the CEO, when I reviewed it for Library Journal last year. So I was very happy to see that she had a second book in the series.

I don’t generally enjoy the “seduced by/married to the billionaire” trope. The overwhelming imbalance of power in the relationship usually throws me out of the story. Unbuttoning the CEO was definitely an exception to that, I think because the power isn’t all that imbalanced.

Ethan was rich,
Kathleen R.
May 10, 2016 rated it really liked it

Title: On Night With The CEO
Author: Mia Sosa
Series: --
Publisher: Loveswept
Reviewer: Kathleen
Release Date: May 10th, 2016
Genre(s): Romance
Page Count:234 pages
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5

Through grace, talent, and hard work, personal concierge Sophie Ashton has turned international corporate warfare into an art. But when she meets her new client, a suave CEO who radiates masculine heat, she knows this is no ordinary job. With a past hurt fresh in her heart, Sophi
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Heat Factor: There’s not just sex. There’s phone sex.

Character Chemistry: Yes! 💥

Plot: Sex is fun, but I also like you.

Overall: This is some sexy smut.

This little number checked aaaaaaall the boxes. I will now go read more Mia Sosa books because I do love a satisfying contemporary with characters who acknowledge and lean into their sexuality. And also that doesn’t rely on the characters being emotionally stupid for the central conflict.

Let’s begin with Mar
This book is now 8 years old and has about 55 reviews. Less than the first one, but this probably won't be read by anyone but me.... So here goes!
While celebrating at a club for her graduation, Karen Ramirez meets CEO Mark Lansing. She runs into him after exiting the ladies room, and they flirtatiously banter in a dark alcove. Karen reveals that no man has ever satisfied her, and Mark is determined now to make that his mission! Karen quickly finds out that Mark will be the best man at her siste
May 08, 2016 rated it really liked it

4.5 Stars

Karen Ramirez doesn't have time for romance, not when she'll soon be putting herself through medical school. Yet, the charming and gorgeous Mark Lansing seems like a good choice for one last fling, before she needs to buckle down and concentrate on her future. Besides, he might be the perfect guy to show her just what she's missing out on when it comes to great sex, if only she can keep herself from falling for him.

The moment the gorgeous Karen Ramirez runs into him, Mark Lansing wants
Apr 11, 2016 rated it really liked it
This is the second book in Sosa's Suits Undone series and while I liked it I just didn't like it as much as the first book.

This story starts off with Karen going out with her sister and her sisters friend to celebrate graduating college and getting into medical school. While the ladies are enjoying the night out Karen's sister asked her fiancé and his friend to come to the club because they have some news to share (yay). Karen gets a little drunk and runs into a hard body that is attached to a
Lynn Cheryl
May 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc-review
One Night With The CEO is the second book in the Suits Undone Series, which can be enjoyed as a standalone novel.

Karen Ramirez has just graduated from college and secured a place at medical school. With four years of study already under her belt, she's out of the loop when it comes to partying and socialising generally. During a night out with her sister to celebrate her academic achievement, she literally walks into a man that will soon become more than a stranger.

Mark Lansing is a 'love 'em an
Mary Forster
This is the second book in the series however you don't have to read the first one before this. You may want to as that way you know who all the characters are.

The author did a great job keeping you hooked in this story and wanting to finish it so you know how it ended. The story never loses it's plot and you learn about the characters.

Karen hasn't had much luck when it comes to dates and figured that her love life wasn't meant to be so she focuses all her time on medical school. She runs into
Nov 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I was confused. I misinterpreted so much. I also imagined a whole plot. I took most of it out of the review. I do want to talk about some if these misconceptions.

I interpreted it as complex ADHD rep. I thought it was especially great because of the convo about co-occuring or related anxiety.

Sosa explicitly says Karens parents thought she had ADD. But doctors cleared that diagnosis said she was "hyper-intensive." I am new to this term. I thought it was typo for hyper attentive. I presumed that
Booked & Busy Book Blog
Apr 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
I enjoy a good CEO book. You know as well as I do that there are MANY to choose from. What puts this book out front for me was the story of Karen Ramirez. She is just a good, hard working woman. There is no drama attached to her character which is refreshing to read. I love that!! She is focused on what she wants and is just looking for the no strings attached kind of relationship (you know how well that works out).

Mark Lansing, charming CEO who just seems so very yummy! He runs into Karen at a
May 08, 2016 rated it it was amazing
One Night with The CEO was fantastic .It gave me everything I have come to expect and love from a Mia Sosa book and even more.

In this book we Follow Karen and Mark. After reading the first book in the Suits Undone Series . I didn't even think to pair them together in my head lol, but now after reading this book in my eyes they are absolutely perfect for each other. I love these two together after just reading one conversation they had I was like that is it go get married have babies ,remember to
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Provocative, compelling, clever, and just plain ole good!

There was nothing cliché about the cute meet of this entertaining romp. It was dangerous – in a delicious way. Mark turned about to be just as trustworthy as Karen needed him to be considering the way they met, and I found him completely irresistible. He was a top-notch business man with as much naughtiness floating around in his head as numbers. And oh what fun when those thoughts were when brought to life. Yummy!

Karen isn’t the typical r
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Mia Sosa is an award-winning and USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance. Her books have received praise from Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, Booklist, Library Journal, The Washington Post, Buzzfeed, NPR, and more.

Booklist recently called her “the new go-to author for fans of sassy and sexy contemporary romances,” and Entertainment Weekly described her trade paperback debut, The Wo

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“And I get it, okay? I mean, look at him. I’d bang that drum, too. All I’m saying is, if you don’t want your overprotective sister meddling in your business, find someone else to massage your lady bits.”

“I’m partial to massaging my own lady bits, actually. I have no problem getting my own kinks out.”

“Yes, well, more power to you then. But I, for one, am getting carpal tunnel syndrome with all the self-massaging I’ve been doing as of late.”
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