I got this book the day of release, and it was for one story alone, One Night with Harrison by Heidi McLaughlin. I am a huge fan of Heidi's and I have a few anthologies that I have purchased for her book alone, but for me One Night with Harrison was a book I could not miss out on. I have no idea why it's taken me so long to get this review out, I even had to check as I was pretty sure I'd already written it.
One Night with Harrison gives us the history of Harrison and how he ended up with Alicia turning up at his doorstep with a baby in tow. When we first meet Alicia in this story, it's made quite clear what her intention is, and what she wants from Harrison., who has no idea what it about to happen.
This is my one chance to show Harrison James that I'm worth his time, even if my therapist disagrees.Alicia is a crazy piece of work, she is obsessed with Harrison and the only thing she wants from him is a baby, and as we learn later on in the series even this does not last long. Seeing how her mind works and what makes her tick definitely makes for a creepy read, and I honestly wanted to just put a stop to it all and tell her to get herself together and act like a civilized human being.
My heart broke for Harrison, Seeing what he went through without any way of stopping in was heartbreaking, and I really do sympathize for anyone who has had to go through this traumatic experience.
Heidi has done a great job of making you feel emotionally connected to this story, feeling hate and sorrow for the characters. One Night with Harrison is a great addition to the series and is a must read for any fans of The Beaumont Series.