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Sophisticated for the Night by C.J. Fallowfield
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In Sophisticated for the Night, Logan jumps out of the safety of his escort persona and jumps into the real world as he purses the woman he's been obsessing about for the last several months.

While Logan meticulously plans every detail of his nights as an escort and is always in control, he quickly learns that trying to win over a woman in real life doesn't always go to plan. His pride takes a hit as Summer calls him out on his assumptions for the night and the confident, cool, alpha doesn't handle it well. Needing some sense talked into him by the fatherly James, Logan realises he needs to see the night through if he has any chance of winning Summer's heart.

The two still share the same electric chemistry that they had in the beginning as they spend the night together. Talking should be before sex but for Logan & Summer, the hard decisions will have to wait until the morning. While he is undoubtedly gorgeous and off the charts hot in bed, Summer doesn't know if she can get past his job as an escort whist dating him. Instead of doing and saying what's in his heart, Logan goes on the defensive and risks losing the progress he's made with Summer. While the ball may be left with Summer it appears Logan may be the one to throw it out of the cot at the end of this book.

I'm truly enjoying this light and sexy series and love that we got to see a bit more of the real Logan in this instalment, even if he did seem a little precious at times ;) I think his lifestyle & generous good looks have spoilt him for the dating world and the minute it gets real his wall seems to come up to protect his heart. With the story ending the way it did it will be interesting to see where Logan & Summer end up by the end of this series :)
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March 26, 2015 – Shelved

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