All work leaves little time for play, and with a demanding, opportunistic boss, Glenna O'Donald always has less time than the various abortive relationships want. The high points? Sharing an office with her best friend, her boss' current sabbatical, and drooling over Professor Morris.
Reeling from the death of her beloved great-grandmother, and wondering how to best fulfill Great Glenna's good bye encouragement to step out of her comfort zone, Glenna finds a deck of index cards in the cemetery. Index cards lovingly written out for a woman, and encouraging her to explore her own sexual horizons. Cards that Eric Morris seems quite interested in exploring with Glenna.
Glenna and Eric embark on a sexual exploration together, filled with explosive sex and a growing affection that they try to ignore. Will they find what they need beyond their 30 nights?
30 Nights cleverly continues the story started in 30 Days, but through the index cards rather than directly through any characters.
The story is smart and sexy, delivering character and relationship growth in a tight narrative. I tore through it in a single evening.
Advance Reader Copy courtesy of Kensington Books via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review; changes may exist between galley and the final edition.