His Best Mistake - Diane Alberts

His Best Mistake

By Diane Alberts

  • Category Genre: Contemporary
  • Release Date: 2016-10-03
  • Author: Diane Alberts
Our rating: 5/5 stars

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Former military man and single dad Mark Matthews is focused on making his daughter’s life the best he possibly can. Between work and taking care of his little girl, dating and any kind of love life is off the table. Until his one-night stand with the quiet but sexy Daisy O’Rourke, who is as secretive as she is beautiful. So when he runs into her at their friends’ wedding, Mark realizes Daisy is worth the chase…

Each book in the Shillings Agency series is STANDALONE:
* Temporarily Yours
* Stealing His Heart
* Seducing the Princess
* Taking What's His
* Say You're Mine
* His Best Mistake

Conclusion: We hope you will enjoy this book. We rated it with 5 stars from 5.

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  • Loved it

    By bh313@hotmail
    Loved this one! Mark was never suppose to see her again after that one night of nameless passion. But when is red haired beauty turns out to be the woman his friends at the agency have been trying to fix him up with, things get real interesting real fast. Mark has loved and lost once already and he never plans to let that happen again. He knows though, deep down, that Daisy might be the woman who could change his mind. Until he discovers Daisy is a cop. No way! He can't love another woman in a dangerous job. It wouldn't be fair to him or his young daughter. Sometimes though, the heart wants what it wants..... Definitely a recommended read! It's part of a series but easily read standalone.

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