ARC Review: For 100 Nights by Lara Adrian

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ARC Review: For 100 Nights by Lara Adrian
For 100 Nights
Book Info

Released: January 16, 2017
Series: 100 Series #2

“FOR 100 NIGHTS is a total scorcher that will not only wind you up, but it’ll definitely have you begging for more.”
~ Under the Covers

FOR 100 NIGHTS is the second installment to the 100 series trilogy by Lara Adrian. This book picks up where the last book finished and doesn’t waste time in getting into the romance between Nick and Avery. As you can expect, it’s hot. If you’ve read Lara Adrian before and are looking to see how different this book is, it still has the excellent writing and twists, but the conflict is much more simpler in this Contemporary setting. There’s more emphasis on the sex obviously and how these two people go from feeling lust to falling in love.

I really enjoyed this book. My favorite part is actually Avery because she is one of those heroines who manages to be sexy without being sleezy. I love it when she asks for things and although she melts for Nick, it doesn’t feel one-sided at all. You can tell that Nick is just as heads over heels with her as she is with him.

Although I can be a little picky with it comes to first person POV, I didn’t have a difficult time falling into this story. I think this goes back to Adrian’s writing style. It’s never too over the top but gives just the right amount of detail that it feels believable.

In terms of the sex scenes, I worried that Adrian may lay it on thick as a lot of Erotic Romances do, but none of the scenes feel out of character or forced. It just flows very well, which makes things easy for me as a reader because I can fall into the world easier.

There is one thing to note about this book- it ends on a cliffhanger. I personally loved it, but I know a lot of readers have gripes with cliffhangers. They see it as the author just trying to get more money out of them. I actually love cliffhangers. Yeah, they suck because you have to wait a little longer for a resolution, but I admire authors who are willing to take that kind of risk, especially since there is such a divide when it comes to readers who enjoy it. So the fact that Lara Adrian does it means that she isn’t afraid to upset people. She would rather write a good story than try to please people. I think I love her even more now.

FOR 100 NIGHTS is a total scorcher that will not only wind you up, but it’ll definitely have you begging for more.




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About Lara Adrian

LARA ADRIAN is a New York Times and #1 international bestselling author with nearly 4 million books in print and digital worldwide and translations licensed in more than 20 countries. Her upcoming release is FOR 100 REASONS, the third book in a contemporary romance series that reviewers are calling "phenomenal" and "one of the hottest series of the year." Learn more about the author and her books at


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  1. Any time a book is announced as being part of a trilogy, you are basically guaranteed a cliffhanger ending in books #1 and #2. That’s why I always wait until all books are published in the trilogy before I even think about beginning reading! I’m not a fan of cliffhangers myself. Most readers recognize that the author intends for all 3 books in a trilogy to be read , so it’s not about risking upsetting people or trying to get money out of them by having the first 2 books end in a cliffhanger. It’s when a book ISN’T promoted as being part of a trilogy and the book ends in a cliffhanger that readers rightly become upset and feel taken advantage of. Since the 100 books from Lara Adrian were explained from the very beginning that they’d be a trilogy, I wouldn’t think there’d be any problems with expectations.

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