Every Night - Lexy Timms

Every Night

By Lexy Timms

  • Release Date - Published: 2017-11-23
  • Book Genre: Contemporary
  • Author: Lexy Timms
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 922 Ratings)

Every Night Lexy Timms read online review & book description:

USA Today Bestselling Author, Lexy Timms, delivers a beautiful tale about a young man who finds love in the least expected place.

Bryan McBride is a disappointment to his parents. Doesn’t matter he’s a successful architect and that in his spare time he builds homes for the homeless. His tattoos disrespect his family name, his business partner is too blue collar, too surfer, and Bryan’s brother—who the family never talks about—died from a drug overdose.

Bryan’s passion for art is rekindled when Hailey Ryan comes into town to open a gallery. Without funds to pay for the construction of the gallery, Bryan offers to work in exchange for some of her artwork.

He’s caught off guard by the strong attraction he has to her. It’s the perfect distraction from the issues in his life he wants to avoid. Except secrets have a way of revealing themselves.

As they begin a passionate love affair, a secret Hailey is keeping threatens to ruin their relationship and possibly their lives.

Fans of Nicholas Sparks will love this sweet-with-heat love story EVERY TIME.


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Posted Reviews


    By TheBookDragon2.0
    THIS BOOK IS HEART-RENDING!!!!!!!!! Lexi Timms somehow manages to mix romance and tragedy in an amazing story of recovery and beauty. I highly recommend this book if you enjoy crying over a fictional character. Thank you, Lexi Timms, for giving us this gem of a series!
  • Cliffhanger

    By Angelajosephine
    Hate that it ended like it did, but a good story!
  • Grrr

    By Chargerb2000
    I knew better!!!! I do not want to read 6 books !!!! It’s like this with everything she writes, with basically the Same premise!!!!
  • Every Night

    By Pins4
    Loved the book sorry it ended. I’ve enjoyed all your books I’ve read. Keep writing! Thank You!
  • Good Concept

    By SpazztasticHobo
    I like the idea and the background of the story. I like the detail. It’s well written. However, the blindness of the male character to the very clear signs until, conveniently, the end of the book where there’s a cliff hangggerrr...ruined it for me. Not because there’s a cliff hanger, but because it was just smashed on to the end of the book so quickly. Honestly, it would be better if it had happened before the end, and the ending was a limbo between that “climax” and the following book.
  • Sooo Good

    By Skyward72
    I have read this series several times, and love it even more. Simply a great guy, and great girl
  • Captivating

    By Maryjaneex
    Love this series !
  • Good title

    By Sassy Sadee
    Good read. Can’t wait to read the rest of the series.
  • Good start

    By Me2plsntnx
    Kept me hanging on as the story was evolving and I could see the situation happening with others! So steamy and explosive when the two of them are together!
  • Forced and trying to hard

    By Tnaik01
    I was immediately turned off when the female was described as a purple, short haired, trying to be a free spirit type of person. The male character was described as the picture but it was unrealistic a man like that would be attracted to the female. The whole first few chapters were two people trying to hard to be edgy and these 'I want to give back' but really I'm narcissistic. Ugh. It was painful, I couldn't even keep reading.

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