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That One Night (That One Series 1) summary ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ô All it takes is just one moment to change the course of your life For me it was one perfect nightI have always had a thing for my brother’s best friend Ben When I found him on my parents’ couch drowning his sorrows in a whiskey botInning me back He plays dirty And he won’t stop until he gets what he wants meBut he has secrets of his own Secrets that could destroy everything we might have and everything we areNot suitable for under 18's due to strong language violence and sexual contentThis book is an interconnected standalone and first in the seriesapprox 86000 word. One night is all it took to alter Frankie's life yet she would never change it because that meant she has a piece of him with her forever For as long as she can remember she's had a crush on Ben but he wanted nothing to do with her because he viewed her as his little sisterBen's life has been a lie and that sends him on a spiral of destruction wanting to have nothing to do with anyone especially his mother When he comes back he tries his best to let Frankie know what's been going on to earn her trust again and prove to her that he's back for goodbut only time will tell if it’ll work Now the chemistry between Ben and Frankie was sizzling and tempting Reading on how Ben was really trying to be there for Frankie was sweet yet I could tell Ben was still keeping secrets from her and due to that their relationship could only move forward so far There were some twist and turns I did not expect that had me mouthing ‘ WTH’ This was an enjoyable story that once I started reading it I couldn't put down because I wanted to see how it ended Kara 4 stars

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He might feel the same way I do But Ben wasn’t there to stay and I woke up the next morning alone with a broken heartI attempted to forget the guy with a smile to die for and a touch that sets me on fireI thought I was over himI thought he was gone foreverUntil eighteen months later Ben returns and learns my secret Now he is hell bent on w. arc received for honest review35 StarsThat One Night starts with a bang We see Frankie making the dreaded drive to her family's house only to be blindsided with seeing Ben again It had been several years since that fated night and Ben had been MIA from everyone I was immediately drawn into the characters and Frankies discomfort with him I could only imagine that happening to me and how awkward it would feelAlthough Frankie has a hard time trusting Ben she gives him a second chance We see them get closer and bond mainly because Ben doesn't give up Frankie makes him work but while doing it they reestablish their friendship And although Frankie was a bit neurotic I can understand why In the end I felt that some situations were a little too contrived and some emotions a little overdone but it worked for the story And the best part is that you aren't disappointed with a HEA I can't resist A great debut for Josie Wright and I'm looking forward to her other books

Josie Wright ↠ 8 read

That One Night That One Series 1All it takes is just one moment to change the course of your life For me it was one perfect nightI have always had a thing for my brother’s best friend Ben When I found him on my parents’ couch drowning his sorrows in a whiskey bottle my attempts to comfort him uickly turned into a night of raw and intense passion My foolish heart hoped. 4⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ well deserved stars for this debut book by Josie WrightFrom the start we are introduced to Frankie she is returning home on a visit to her parents with baby son Archer As she is only expecting to see her parents and brother Dave it comes as a shock to find the last person she thought would be there Ben her brothers best friend who turned Frankie's world upside down after one night of passion then disappeared for 18 months with no contactI really enjoyed this well written and beautifully told story Even the secondary characters that Frankie lives with are fun to read about from Vince the cranky pensioner living in a local elderly rest home to Viv a Darla that helped deliver baby Archer Dean and Alex her two gay friends and the riotous Mrs Walsh that lives next door all adding humour to the somber part of the story that is slowly revealedA very enjoyable character driven book told from Frankie's point of viewAn arc was kindly given me for a review