One Night: Unveiled is the third and final book of the One Night series, and this is definitely a book that ends the series with a bang! I enjoyed Unveiled a LOT more than the previous books – mostly because we finally get some fucking answers!
“Do you realise how hard I find it to accept you’re here?
… In my life, Olivia. Transforming my darkness into blinding light.” His face comes close, his lips ghosting mine. “Replacing my nightmares with beautiful dreams.”
Oh Miller… I wasn’t too big of a fan of him in the previous books, but he stole my heart with his words in this one. I could finally FEEL the incredible love he has for Olivia. Yes, he’s extremely peculiar about things, and he’s a bit too obsessive and alpha sometimes (okay, a lot of the time), but his love for Olivia holds no bounds. He will literally do anything to keep her and keep her safe.
You are my soul, Olivia Taylor. My light. You are my reason to breathe. Don’t ever doubt that.
One Night: Unveiled begins with Olivia and Miller in New York, trying to escape life for a while and enjoy some time together. But Olivia can’t stop thinking about the certain someone she saw at the end of the previous book, and reality comes crashing down on the two of them when they hear of bad news that happened back home. So Olivia and Miller are forced to go back to London, and they’re back to their old ways of Miller trying to keep Olivia out of the darkness of his life, and Olivia trying to barge right in.
A large chunk of the book felt a bit… unnecessary. There wasn’t much drama and there was a lot of repeated actions and declarations. Lots of words were too overdone and the book was dragging on, until FINALLY some action started happening again, and I started loving it! Jodi Ellen Malpas definitely doesn’t hold anything back – there are intense, dramatic, shocking discoveries for everyone, most especially Olivia. And finally, we get answers about everyone and everything – Miller, William, their most dangerous enemy, and even Olivia’s mother. Everything is wrapped up neatly and tidily (Miller would be proud) and the epilogue was fantastic! I adored the epilogue and the fact that it was in Miller’s POV. It was such a satisfying, heartwarming ending to Olivia and Miller’s story, and I was smiling all the way through it.
“I’ll love you until there’s no breath left in my lungs, Olivia Taylor. For eternity.”
“It’s not long enough.”
“Then beyond that, too.”
Those who’ve read the previous books in the One Night trilogy won’t be disappointed with this final book!
Quotes are taken from the arc and are subject to change in the final version.
Reading Order: One Night series
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