Posted in 3 1/2 paws, 4 paws, Blog tour, Review, romance on May 19, 2013

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Book Title: Thursday Nights (The Charistown Series, Book #1)

Author: Lisa N. Paul

Genre: Contemporary Erotic Romance

Expected Release date: May 13, 2013

Cover Designed By: Okay Creations


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Book Summary:

“Pain can leave even the strongest of people weak and hollow

Max DeLucca has spent seven years trying to forget the betrayal of his past.
He lives his life from day to day never looking forward and never looking back.
The walls around his heart keep anyone from getting too close and prevent him from feeling too much… until he meets her.

Her entire life, Janie Silver searched for the kind of love that wouldn’t leave her broken and more importantly, wouldn’t leave her behind. She longs for a love that can heal the wounds of her past and give her the future she knows she deserves.
She thought she was looking for something that just didn’t exist…until she meets him.

Danny’s on Main is where their story begins.
A neighborhood bar where strangers become friends, friends become family
and some … become lovers

… it all started on Thursday Nights”


Spending every Thursday night at a bar….boy that takes me back to my younger days!

Overall the story wasn’t bad….there were times when it seemed like there was too much going on but the story did focus primarily on Max and Janie…although it seems like she was called Jane in the book.  Not sure if those were typos or the other characters were calling her Jane.  At times I wanted to smack the characters, talk about your insecurity!  I understand their history and why that might make them the way that they were but sometimes it seemed too much.  I was surprised that both of the main characters had such trust issues.  Usually you see it with one but not both.  The book did get better at the end but the story had to be wrapped up very soon.

This cast of characters will make a decent series of books.  They all have issues and I have to say I’m curious as to what Ashley’s story is based on the ending of the book.
I give it 3 1/2 to 4 paws
This book was provided to me for an honest review