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One Southern Night (A Novella): A Southern Nights Novella #1 by [Carmel, Marissa]
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Kamdyn Ellis is the man.
Mr. All-Star athlete and resident bad boy. #7 quarterback on the field, and #1 player off.
Every guy at school wants to be him, and every girl at school wants to date him. Well, except Laney Summers that is. The sassy city girl is the only one immune to Kam’s clear blue eyes and arsenal of southern charm. But when a debilitating injury sidelines Kam’s future and ability to play football, it’s Laney who is tasked to be his tutor while he recuperates at home.
The chemistry between Kam and Laney is undeniable, and after months of ignoring what’s clearly evident, Laney gives in. Allowing herself one night with Kam, no strings attached, no commitment to speak of. Alone, under the stars, on the fifty-yard line, Kam and Laney set out to discover if what they have is real, or just one steamy southern night.

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A hot romance with a sprinkle of 'A Walk to Remember'

Kamdyn Ellis is the man. Mr. All-Star athlete and resident bad boy. #7 quarterback on the field, and #1 player off. Every guy at school wants to be him, and every girl at school wants to date him. Well, except Laney Summers that is. The sassy city girl is the only one immune to Kam’s clear blue eyes and arsenal of southern charm. But when a debilitating injury sidelines Kam’s future and ability to play football, it’s Laney who is tasked to be his tutor while he recuperates at home. (Amazon Blurb)

Many readers remember the wide spread phenomenon romance novelist capable of wringing the tear and heart wrenching sensation by even the most guarded and senile reader, Nicholas Sparks, of the 2000s - if so, then please, let me introduce you to the 2015 writer that not only matches the geniality in writing but also adds the oomph to captivate any age group of reader for the entire novella, Marissa Carmel. Within two chapters I was hooked. Really. I was bouncing from chat to chat with friends who also have read the same novel simply to ask them if they knew if Ms Carmel had other novels - she has the second novella of the Laney and Kamdyn story as well as an another series that has, for now, two parts.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa4fc333c) out of 5 stars 54 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By andrewsheath - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Although a novella I loved how it had a beginning, middle and an end. Some novellas may just start in on a story and you don't really get all the facts and you feel lost not with this one this one you got everything. You can tell Kam is used to getting what he wants and well his 'Lemon' and him are secretly lusting after each other, Kam sometimes tries to hard to get her to see reason, "Lemona-" I lean in close to her ear, getting an injection of her intoxicating scent. "If you hang out with me after the game, I'll let you do so much more than just look." As this story progresses something happens to Kam and well you see him look at things in a different perspective, and at some points he became like the woman in a relationship, "I get to spend the first period with Laney, then lunch, then I get to enjoy watching her bounce around in little shorts during volleyballl practice." You see that may not seem like much but if you knew Kam then you'd realize it's a huge thing only thinking about one girl. I mean some things never change like him always envisioning his woman naked, "It goes perfect with her little cut-off shorts and converse sneakers. I wonder if one of these days I can persuade her to wear of cowboy boots. Preferably naked." Now I wouldn't mind Marissa writing more books with southern men because I loved Kam.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4fcbdd4) out of 5 stars Yes please! Sept. 7 2014
By Becca - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
****Liked it: It didn’t shatter our worlds. Something held us back from that amazing moment of complete obsession, but we definitely liked it a lot. We would recommend it to our friends.

The characters were likable. The hero was believable. I felt like he could have fought for her more at points, but I could tell he still cared for her. I do wish there was more than one chapter from the heroines point of view.

All in all, it is worth the quick read.
Totally loved it
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4a7a0cc) out of 5 stars sweet easy read Sept. 8 2014
By lorraine M - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Get ready to go back to high school, with the sounds of excitement coming
from the bleachers and cheerleaders shouting out chants of victory.
Kamdyn Ellis quarterback has it all, good looks, ripped body and star of the team.

His reputation on and off the field has the girls falling at his feet all except one, Laney Summers.

Laney is a recent transplant from New York, a city girl adapting to
country life and being called “Sugar” is not want she wants to hear.

Kam is a player known for having a harem of girls down on their knees…
and not to pray!

It’s senior year and he plans to enjoy his single status.
Sweet and delicious novella has Laney tutoring Kam when he is injured.

Football has always been number one in Kam’s life, his dream of playing and scoring big for
Alabama U may now be sidelined and it’s Laney who shows him, there’s more to
life than just football.

Laney is all too familiar with his babe of the day storage room plays and she has no plans
on becoming another name on his scorecard.
Trying to keep Kam a safe distance is not as easy as Laney thought.
Kam turns out to be a nice guy, who slowly seeps under her skin and the tutor/student
relationship turns into more, something hotter, something sweeter and

I won’t be able to look a football field again without thinking of them
and the fifty yard line!
The author tackled the game, drove the story to the end zone and delivered a
touchdown in this novella.
Short and sweet easy read great by the pool or tucked under the sheets.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By twisted - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
What is the draw in this book. Neither character or their behavior is developed enough to warrant understanding why they would consider a relationship.
HASH(0xa4a7a600) out of 5 stars All-Star athlete and resident bad boy. #7 quarterback on the field Sept. 17 2015
By Kathleen Rivest - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
A hot romance with a sprinkle of 'A Walk to Remember'

Kamdyn Ellis is the man. Mr. All-Star athlete and resident bad boy. #7 quarterback on the field, and #1 player off. Every guy at school wants to be him, and every girl at school wants to date him. Well, except Laney Summers that is. The sassy city girl is the only one immune to Kam’s clear blue eyes and arsenal of southern charm. But when a debilitating injury sidelines Kam’s future and ability to play football, it’s Laney who is tasked to be his tutor while he recuperates at home. (Amazon Blurb)

Many readers remember the wide spread phenomenon romance novelist capable of wringing the tear and heart wrenching sensation by even the most guarded and senile reader, Nicholas Sparks, of the 2000s - if so, then please, let me introduce you to the 2015 writer that not only matches the geniality in writing but also adds the oomph to captivate any age group of reader for the entire novella, Marissa Carmel. Within two chapters I was hooked. Really. I was bouncing from chat to chat with friends who also have read the same novel simply to ask them if they knew if Ms Carmel had other novels - she has the second novella of the Laney and Kamdyn story as well as an another series that has, for now, two parts. For a new and upcoming novel, she has managed to hook and suck me right into Laney and Kamdyn's high school romance, only without the 'a Walk to Remember' cutesyness, because how can one girl be that 'perfect' and one boy be that 'wrong' and still turn around and become her knight in shining armour; but it also wasn't a crass romance either, there was a story, love, trust issues, two opposite people who managed to complete each other - and still, I don't know how she managed it, my heartbeat kept gaining speed and then I took a break for some water and went right back to reading again. It's simple, there's no vengeance, no deeper plot to hurt anybody, and there's a dream and an ending, and what an ending it was - one that makes you antsy if you can't get your hands to the next part right away. My food for thought, if Marissa Carmel's new adult novels can make your heart skip a beat, if she were to try her hand in romance or contemporary (or heck, 18+), what would readers be treated to then?.
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**Received a copy in exchange for an honest review. Read and reviewed by Kathleen for Alpha Book Club**