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Seven Nights of Sin

Penthouse Affair, Book 2
Written by: Kendall Ryan
Narrated by: Jacob Morgan, Andi Arndt
Series: Penthouse Affair, Book 2
Length: 4 hrs and 34 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

He's the powerful CEO. I'm the know-it-all intern.

Things went further than they should have, but I don't have any regrets. Well, maybe just one....

I went and did the one thing he told me not to - fall in love with him.

Now I have seven days to prove my trust and devotion. Turns out money is a powerful drug, but love is even more addictive.

Seven Nights of Sin is the stunningly sexy and heart-tugging conclusion to The Two Week Arrangement.

©2019 Kendall Ryan (P)2019 Kendall Ryan

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  • Kriston R.
  • 2019-08-02

Shorter than it seems

This story was ok. My favorite part was the epilogue. My issue is that this was published as a duet and it seems more a marketing ploy than a necessity. Wasn’t a true cliffhanger where you’d dying to grab the next book. it just ended. I used a second credit even though I was really irritated that the first book was 35 minutes of fluff. All and all the duets is just under 9 hours and that is not 2 credits worthy. Maybe if it was included in audible escape I would not feel so ripped off. That being said, the story was ok, and I am still a huge fan of Kendall Ryan. I will just wait for the stories to be combined next time.

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  • Diving Blue Bonnet
  • 2019-07-08

Worth a credit? 🤷‍♀️

Seven Nights of Sin by Kendall Ryan is the follow-up book to Two-Week Arrangement. Presley, the intern, falls in love with Dom, the CEO of the hotel chain where she works. Dom is emotionally unavailable, and not interested in a long-term relationship and Presley tries to figure out where she stands with him. Presley accompanies Dom to London on a week long business trip. She hopes to reconnect with Dom and while it seems like things are on the right track, he goes back to being the same brooding man he was before the trip. Can these lovers ever get on the same track?

Is this story worth a credit? 👎 I really wanted to like this series, but I never could feel connected to it. I spent the majority of the time trying to figure it out instead of enjoying it. ☹️

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  • Kindle Customer Peggy
  • 2019-08-29

ONE BOOK STORY

THIS STORY SHOULD HAVE BEEN TOLD IN ONE BOOK...HENCE THE TWO STAR RATING...THE PERFORMANCES WERE SPOT ON.

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  • B. D.
  • 2019-06-28

One Book Too Many

This book (2) could have easily been incorporated with the first one so that the first one wasn’t a cliffhanger. I actually liked the first book better and just couldn’t figure out why it was written in 2 books. Jacob Morgan was great as always and Andi Arndt doesn’t disappoint so they were the best part of the book.

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  • Ella Harlow
  • 2019-09-29

Just make it one book

It’s obviously a money grab to make this into two books when it’s clearly one. But other than that it’s a fine story, fine characters and everything. Two of best narrators in this genre help also, plus I really like the little q&a with Jacob Morgan at the end because I’m always wondering what these guys think about this silly stuff when they’re narrating it. I would buy/spend a credit on an entire in depth interview with the genre’s big narrators just to listen to their thought and perspectives and seriously, how DO they manage to read some of this stuff out loud?!

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  • Kathycubcarwell
  • 2019-07-07

Terrible story

I suffered through both books. The male main character is unsympathetic and the female main character is weak and suffering from low self esteem. In 2019 we shouldn't be portraying women in the workplace like this. classic sexual harassment. Even the scene where he discovers he loves her is awful. Poor dialogue and terrible plot, if you can call it that. Narrators did the best they could with what they were given.

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  • LexiMuse
  • 2019-12-30

Resolution is unsatisfying and a long time coming

Too much back and forth. This duet should have been 1 well edited book. The twin scenes were the best but Presley’s immaturity and indecisiveness and Dominic’s A hole me first behavior are very annoying. Classic sexual harassment that he feels he recognizes as such but feels he can get away with because his victim ‘won’t mind.’ Even the final restaurant scene is all about how Dom feels he is unlovable and not good for Presley. No big I love you but a “I can’t give you up”. Also the end I very difficult to take in. It is more of a half a wrap up. A move in proposal but no scene just an afterthought mention of a diamond and a wedding. It was also hard to believe it takes months for Dom to meet the brother and then boom there is immediate reconciliation with the dad. Also while the premise of the epilogue is fine, the natural progression of kids off to school so time for a baby not followed through and no kids for Ollie and Jess by the end but quick mention of her friend/ex-roommate Bianca’s pregnancy? Odd. Why the confusing comment at the end by Andi Ardnt suggest there will be more of Seven Nights of Sin when the quick interview follows that book. Again very poor editing and a lack of attention of detail to the final product. The author has done better. This story arc should be re-edited more thoroughly and bundled as one story maybe with a better ending. Even the good narrator doesn’t save this one and at times both narrators sound tired.

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  • Denise
  • 2019-12-25

Second half of a single story about a douchebag

What a rip off. Pay twice for barely one story the first one ending in a cliff hanger. Narration was phenomenal!!!!!! The male lead was a whiny douchebag who treated the female lead like crap over and over and she was a doormat. “So that’s your second BJ tonight?” No way. Kept listening to see if he ever redeemed himself but nope- never did.

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  • Tina
  • 2019-12-22

I LOVED THIS DUET!!!

As usual Kendall Ryan writes great stories! The narrators kept me so intoxicated in this story that I couldn’t stop listening

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  • Ap2514
  • 2019-12-17

Better than the first book

I think I enjoyed this one even better than the first book in the series. There seem to be more development between the characters and their relationship. I loved getting to see more interaction between Dominic and his twin girls, Jacob Morgan does an amazing job as the voice of a three-year-old, lol.