Review for A Kiss In The Dark by Sotia Lazu
Eliza is out with a dreamy guy, when the lights go out and someone other than her date takes advantage of the dark to kiss her more passionately than she’s ever been kissed before. It could be any of the men at the nearby tables—except for her horrible ex and his buddy, also known as the bane of her existence.
Nate is screwed. He approached the woman of his dreams with kindergarten tactics, and he isn't surprised they backfired. Kissing her during the blackout was supposed to help him get over her, but it made him want her more. Too bad she hates his guts.
Now Eliza is determined to find her prince, and Nate has to find a way to fix things or sit back and watch her kiss a few frogs.
Sotia Lazu's "A Kiss In The Dark" is a sweet and sexy standalone. The story hooks you in right from the beginning and the great writing keeps you reading. I couldn't look away! Just loved the characters. Eliza is so innocent and Nate is just all broken yummy. I love the ending - don't think I've ever read one quite like it!
4.5 out of 5 stars
From the Author
First and foremost, I hate mornings. Also, I write.
Making do with Greek reality while writing (and mostly thinking) in English. Sappy movies make me bawl like a baby, and I wish I could take in all the stray dogs in the world. I share my life and living quarters with my husband, our son, and two rescue dogs—one of which may be part-pony.
I love writing romances with a twist and urban fantasy novels, always with vivid erotic elements. My favorite characters are not conventional hero-material at first glance, and I enjoy making them fight for their happiness.