Spotlight On: More Than One Night by Nicole Leiren

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More Than One Night
Heroes of the Night book #1

Nicole Leiren

The Few. The Strong. The Brave.
Melodie Alexander, a children’s librarian, prefers to live life between the pages of a book. But when the death of her best friend prompts her to step out of her comfort zone, she finds herself directly in the path of self-proclaimed bad boy, Daniel Bresland.

Daniel knew how to be a solider. Life after war? Not as easy. He served his country in Afghanistan, both in the military and as a private contractor, but fighting the war came at high personal cost. Now he’s determined to keep his relationships “casual” in order to protect his heart and prevent anyone from getting too close.

A chance encounter between Melodie and Daniel on a flight to Dallas proves that opposites really do attract. But when scars from the past threaten their new relationship almost before it starts, Daniel must decide if he can risk opening his heart again to convince Melodie he wants more than one night.

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If you love men in uniform and believe the night belongs to lovers, then The Heroes of the Night series is perfect for you! Stories of military heroes, sexy and flawed, and the women they love.

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Excerpt – Screaming Eagles

Impressive. Not only had Daniel been a perfect gentleman thus far, but the restaurant he selected for their dinner was nothing short of amazing. Besides the stunning yet simple beauty of the exterior, the cool, dark interior of the restaurant boasted bright colorful blankets, pictures, pottery and other authentic Hispanic decorations. The food was also a little slice of Spanish heaven. “I love when they serve the chips warm.”

“The only way. Don’t be a wuss. Try some of the salsa verde. I bet you like it hot.”

He was flirting—flirting with danger even, but Melodie couldn’t resist. “I don’t mind a little heat on my lips.”

Daniel’s eyes rolled back into his head as he groaned. “Damn it, woman, who’s being bad now?”

She lowered her lashes and smiled. “Sorry. You’re right. You’ve been on your best behavior. I should do the same.”

Despite his arrogance and views toward women, his sincere compliments and effort to spend time with her had unlocked something deep within her heart. She’d been cautious for so long—fear of history repeating itself. Tonight was about the new beginning she’d promised herself. She only hoped she’d be able to see this through and not run, either physically or metaphorically, from the challenge and opportunity this man presented.

“Shall we try the getting to know more about you conversation again?”

His eyes flashed. This was one of those times the ability to read people better would help her understand what the look in his eyes meant. Making a mental note, she assigned herself the task of finding books on nonverbal communication and reading up on the subject when she got home. If the goal was to start living her life outside the pages of books, knowing how to read people would serve her well in the venture.

“What do you want to know?” She looked into his eyes, searching for some clue. Was he making an effort for her? From the little she did understand about people, it appeared that way. At least she hoped so. The gesture warmed her more than the salsa verde.

She waited while the food was placed in front of them and sampled her first taste of the enchilada. The combination of flavors, savory tinged with heat, tantalized her taste buds. “Oh, this is amazing. Another point scored for Dr. Jekyll.”

He gave a slight smile. “I also get a point for not kissing you senseless in the parking lot earlier.”

A quick sip of the strawberry margarita in the large glass proved a useless attempt to hide the heat spreading across her cheeks. “Maybe two.” Subtract two, that is. The man could kiss. Dear God, could he kiss. Time to get the conversation back on track. “You said you were former military. What branch?”

His shoulders moved back as his chin thrust out. “Army, one hundred and first airborne division.”

She sat up straighter and smiled. “That was the same division my dad served with in Vietnam. Screaming Eagles.”

“Hooah.”

Laughter bubbled to the surface as she remembered all the reminders her father had given her growing up about not confusing the different branches of the military. “Yes, not to be mistaken for hoorah.”

He widened his eyes before giving her a big smile. “Hell no. We don’t allow marine talk around here. Do we soldier?”

The laughter escaped, and she shook her head. “Sir, no, sir.”

 

About the Author:

Nicole LeirenNicole is a debut author with her contemporary romance series, Heroes of the Night. She has been an avid reader and lover of books from a very young age. Starting with Encyclopedia Brown, Nancy Drew, and The V.I. Warshawski novels, her love for mysteries grew and expanded to include romance and suspense. A Midwest girl, born and raised, her stories capture the love and laughter in her real world heroes and heroines.

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3 comments on “Spotlight On: More Than One Night by Nicole Leiren

  1. nicoleleiren says:

    Thanks for having me here to share about my new release!

    Nicole

  2. gemiinii90 says:

    Looking forward to reading this book!!

    Betul E.

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