Book Review: The Virgin’s Night Out by Shiloh Walker

Posted 7 April, 2015 by Stacy Reid in Books, Reviews / 0 Comments

Book Review: The Virgin’s Night Out by Shiloh WalkerThe Virgin's Night Out by Shiloh Walker
on April 6th 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
Format: eARC
Pages: 213
Amazon ,B&N ,Kobo , Goodreads
Sloane Redding is the shy one, the timid one. The morning of her wedding, she's dumped by the man she'd thought she'd spend the rest of her life with. Humiliated, she turns tail and runs, leaving Nowhere, Alabama for a job in the city. Sloane sets out to remake herself. She succeeds...on the outside. On the inside? Different story. She still the shy Redding. Still quiet, still more interested in standing on the standlines. But all of that is about to change.The night before her brother's wedding, she strolls in the lone bar in Nowhere wearing wicked red and she's got one goal in mind: to show her ex-fiance just what he lost.The night before his best friend's wedding, D.B. "Boone" Cassidy walks into the lone bar in Nowhere, Alabama with one goal in mind. Get wasted. Former military, he's spent the past few years as a security specialist and all around troubleshooter. It should have been easy to spot the trouble that night...a sexy woman in wicked red. It should have been easy. Yeah, right.One thing leads to another and his plans to get wasted turn into a night with the sexy woman in red . Boone gets the shock of his life the next day when he shows up at his friend's wedding to find out he'd just spent the night wrapped around his best friend's little sister...and that isn't the only surprise.Includes a bonus story, Tempt Me.
My Thoughts :)

I really liked The Virgin’s Night Out. It was a short read, fast paced, engaging, and certainly hit the spot. I love the one night stand trope and it was done well here. And the Virgin’s Night Out was more than just a couple hooking up. I loved the daring of our heroine, she felt real to me with her doubts and determination. Loved Boone as well, and I was drawn to him the moment I met him. I liked that the story just wasn’t about the one night they burned the sheets down (though that was delicious). Things happened. A botched job, prison in mexico, amnesia, reunited with friends and family, a secret…and the plot never felt convoluted. I liked it….

Also loved the chemistry between Boone and Sloane. I thought the romance could have been developed more. I mean I got the chemistry and hot sex, but a part of me wanted to see more possibilities to their happy ever after. I was still satisfied and I would recommend this short, yet sexy contemporary read.


Stacy Reid

About Stacy Reid

I am an avid reader of novels with a deep passion for writing. I especially love romance and adore writing about people falling in love. I live a lot in the worlds I create and actively speak to my characters (out loud). I have a warrior way, never give up on my dreams. When I am not writing, I spend a copious amount of time drooling over Rick Grimes from Walking Dead, watching Japanese anime and playing video games with my love, Dusean. Visit me @: Website | Facebook | Twitter


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