Night Owl (Night Owl Trilogy)
Hannah meets Matt online when they begin to write a story together. The deal is just a story. No pictures, no identifying information, no personal relationship, just a story. So when Hanna accidentally emails Matt from her personal email address that includes a picture of herself, their relationship soon becomes far more than just a story. Hannah loses her job and is leaving her deadbeat boyfriend behind as she moves from Washington State to her hometown of Colorado. Matt happens to live in Colorado. Soon they find themselves in an intense, emotionally charged, sexual relationship. Matt is keeping some major secrets though, ones that Hannah may be unable to forgive.
Night Owl is well written, fast paced, and psychologically gripping. It is gripping from cover to cover and easily read in one sitting if you have the time. My only concern with this book though is the BDSM element. There seems to be some dubious consent, which may be an issue to some readers. I can’t help but feel that the author has some responsibility in establishing boundaries between the characters, especially given the mental state of Matt. This is the only reason for a deduction of stars.
|Page Count||256 pages|
|Publisher||St. Martin's Griffin|
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