Tuesday, June 18, 2013

What to do in just 1 Night

By Stephanie Beck
For the most part, I get stuff done. Usually pretty efficiently, at a reasonable price and it just might have glitter on it. Except laundry and dishes—those things are done at a rate that won’t make me crazy and I stopped adding glitter when my husband complained.

So, the thought of one crazy night meant for anything or everything brings up loads of possibilities. I love that the 1NS series brings so many possibilities with so many back stories to one great place led by the oh so wise Madam Eve. What would I do with what I thought was just *one night*?

Oh man...the possibilities. I’m thinking good food, yummy drinks, fun atmosphere, maybe a little shopping—where sparkly things would need to be bought. That would handle things until about, oh, 8:30 ish. From there, with new sparkles on, maybe there would be an art museum visit, some bowling, a stop for ice cream, a late night pedicure. Another stop for drinks—something distinguished this time (you know, like a brandy alexander) where there is a piano player keeping things swanky. So, figure that would take us to near midnight. Then, if my nature held true, I’d be asleep in the passenger seat on the drive home.

Obviously my 1NS night would be far too busy for anything too sexy and I’d be too tired anyway—and my loving husband would totally expect that. He’s a good fella. Thank goodness for the 1NS series—where all the exciting things happen!

What would you add to your perfect 1NS evening out? More glitter? More baseball?

Panties Optional #8 in the 1NS series
Maggie Chase has a wild night of passion planned with the help of Madame Evangeline’s dating service, 1NightStand. A single night with an incredible man, what more can a busy girl ask for?

Sam Peterson requests that Madame Evangeline help him find a woman who isn’t after him for his money. Maggie may just fit the bill, but with her list of fantasies in hand, she may be more than he bargained for.

Forever isn’t on either one of their minds, but maybe it doesn’t have to be.

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All the best,
Stephanie Beck

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