Thursday, May 12, 2016

One Night With The CEO Review & Giveaway with Mia Sosa

One Night with the CEO

Suits Undone #2

By: Mia Sosa
Releasing May 3, 2016  

Forever Yours

After some disappointing dates, Karen Ramirez has concluded that great sex is for other people. Especially since medical school won’t leave her much time for romance anyway. Then she runs into tall, dark, charming, and ridiculously wealthy Mark Lansing—and quickly reconsiders celibacy. Adding to temptation? Mark will be the best man at her sister’s wedding and the nuptial destination is sultry Puerto Rico. Now this trip might just be sensory overload—or the perfect chance for Karen to find the groove she’s never had.
For CEO Mark Lansing, his perfect match would be smart, sweet, and funny, with long legs and silky hair the color of dark chocolate. In short, someone a lot like Karen. But Mark’s looking to settle down, while a relationship is the last thing on Karen’s mind. So Mark proposes a plan: he and Karen will use their weekend in paradise to sizzling advantage—before downshifting to friendship. The only problem? Karen is all Mark can think of when he gets home. Now his most challenging negotiation will be for the one thing money can’t buy . . .

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This is the second book in Sosa's Suits Undone series and while I liked it I just didn't like it as much as the first book. 

This story starts off with Karen going out with her sister and her sisters friend to celebrate graduating college and getting into medical school. While the ladies are enjoying the night out Karen's sister asked her fiancé and his friend to come to the club because they have some news to share (yay). Karen gets a little drunk and runs into a hard body that is attached to a very good looking man (Mark). 

These two hit it off but when Mark finds out that Karen is the younger sister he knows he has to stay away from her but that ends up being hard since he will be the best man in her sisters wedding. And to top it all off they are headed to Puerto Rico for the festivities. The closer these two get the more each of them want. 

From the beginning I liked Karen, she was bold and classy. Her and Mark start things off slow trying to be friends and staying out of the bedroom but when they give in to their desire oh man is it HOT! 

Mark was charming and had a little arrogance to him but he was so damn nice which made him even more appealing. He knew he wanted Karen, but the age difference between them bothered him a bit but once he got past that he knew he never wanted to let her go. 

I really enjoyed that some of this story takes place in Puerto Rico and the way Sosa describes in detail many things I made me feel I was there right along with them. 

While most Ceo books tend to be the same I did enjoy Sosa's spin on this and making it one of a kind. I loved the characters and I honestly loved their friend Mimi. She is so outspoken and funny I can't wait for her book! So far I'm enjoying this series and look forward to reading more in the future by Sosa.

Author Info

Mia Sosa is an award-winning writer and 2015 Romance Writers of America® Golden Heart® Finalist. She writes contemporary romances that are funny, flirty, and a little dirty. Ahem. Her first book, Unbuttoning the CEO, was published by Grand Central Publishing in December 2015 and garnered a starred review from Library Journal, which called it “a sparkling romance debut.”
Although Mia once dreamed of being a professional singer, practical considerations (read: the need to generate income) led her to take the law school admissions test instead. She practiced First Amendment and media law in the nation's capital for ten years before returning to her creative roots. Now she spends most of her days writing love stories about smart women and the complicated men who love them. Okay, let's be real here: Mia wears PJs all day and watches more reality television than a network television censor--all in the name of research, of course. She lives in Maryland with her husband and two daughters and will forever be on the hunt for the perfect karaoke bar.
Mia is represented by Sarah E. Younger of the Nancy Yost Literary Agency.
Author Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter | GoodReads

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Well, that had escalated quickly.

Mark’s mouth captured hers. She tasted salt and a hint of sweetness on his lips, a heady combination that made her moan in appreciation. She arched into him, wanting—noneeding— to feel his body against hers. He responded by snaking his hand under her hair and caressing her neck. Seconds later, he wrapped his other hand around her middle and stroked her back. Mark’s kiss promised a full-body experience, and she shivered in response to all the points of contact. Finally, he drew back, gulping in air. Oh, right. She needed to breathe. Funny how easily he made her forget a minor inconvenience like breathing.

She pressed her face against his chest and held on to the lapels of his suit jacket as she took in air. “What’s happening?”

He brushed his fingers against her hair. “I’m sorry for acting like an ass.”

She looked up at him then. “That’s your version of an apology?

He stepped back and ran a hand through his hair. “No, that’s my version of being selfish. What I should have done was apologize for being a jerk to you. You didn’t deserve it.”

She nodded. “You’ll get no argument from me there.”

He stepped toward her and reached for her hands. “I wanted to kiss you, but I didn’t think it would be a smart move, so I took my frustration out on you.”

“And the kiss?”

He dropped her hands and shoved his own in his pockets. “The kiss is harder to explain.”

“Um, unless I’m missing something, the phenomenon is called attraction. Your pheromones and my pheromones are sending chemo-signals to each other. Totally normal.”

He gave her his trademark half smile. “Totally not a good idea, either.”

She didn’t disagree with him. Doing anything with Mark didn’t figure in her plans, no matter how much he’d nearly owned her with a single kiss. “Again, you’ll get no argument from me. Still, that kiss was pretty freaking hot.”

Mark closed his eyes and raised his head to the night sky. “Stop doing that. I’m relying on you to be the voice of reason in this situation.”

Ha. That was cute. But she’d oblige him anyway, because she needed to put the kiss in its proper place: a momentary lapse in judgment not to be repeated. If she didn’t, he’d consume her thoughts, and she couldn’t afford the distraction. “Mark, look around. We’re in Puerto Rico. You look hot. I look hot. It’s hot, period. And we’re standing in front of a garden. You hear that?”


“The coquis.”

“What’s a coqui?”

She resisted the urge to roll her eyes. “Only one of the most important cultural symbols of Puerto Rico.” When he stared at her blankly, she continued. “The tiny frogs, Mark. You must have seen them everywhere at the airport. T-shirts, mugs, hats, you name it. Listen.”

They faced each other in silence. “That’s their mating call,” she told him. “They’re practically begging us to lock lips. You can’t be faulted for wanting to kiss me under these circumstances.”

He bridged the distance between them. “What if I told you I’ve wanted to kiss you every single second I’ve been in your presence? Can you explain that?”

She gulped. “Well, that’s a little harder to explain.”

He pressed his hand against the back of her neck and pulled her flush against him. “And I’ve never wanted to stop at kissing. I want us to do more than that. A lot more.”


  1. Lovely review. Thank you for hosting ONE NIGHT WITH THE CEO today!

    Crystal, Tasty Book Tours

  2. Thanks for hosting and thanks for the lovely review!

  3. Thank. you for the review and the givway chance. Sounds like a really good read.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

  4. Thank. you for the review and the givway chance. Sounds like a really good read.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com