- File Size: 425 KB
- Print Length: 169 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Small Cow Productions Pty Ltd (May 3, 2012)
- Publication Date: May 3, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00807FKPA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #215,957 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Her Best Worst Mistake Kindle Edition
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In the epilogue of the prequel to this book, Hot Island Nights (Harlequin Blaze), the heroine of that book, Elizabeth, is flabbergasted to see sworn enemies, Violet and Martin (the hero/heroine of this book) getting off of a plane together to visit her in Australia. Her fiance Nathan, seeing her astonishment, says to her "Let's hear their story."
Yes, Nathan, let's! And what a story this is!
Violet is Elizabeth's best friend. Martin was Elizabeth's fiance. The two of them constantly sniped and bickered at each other for the entire six years they've known each other. She called him 'Droopy Drawers' and wondered how he didn't bore people to death. He merely sneered superciliously at her wild clothes and even wilder manner.
When Elizabeth throws Martin over and runs away to Australia both Violet and Martin are left a bit adrift. But at heart they are two decent people who both loved Elizabeth and Violet feels very sorry for Martin. So she buys him a bottle of Peach Schnapps.
Who knew a bottle of Peach Schnapps would set off a torrid love affair between two sworn enemies?
I loved this book! Violet and Martin had crazy chemistry and they quickly figured out that all of that animosity was simple re-directed passion. They had been in complete denial for years that they'd had the hots for each other.
In addition to the great romantic & sexual chemistry there is excellent characterization of both parties. Violet is a wild child because she is hiding an immense amount of pain from being rejected by her family.Read more ›
WOW! I thoroughly enjoyed reading "Her Best Worst Mistake" and I have to say this book rates as my best impulse buy on Amazon.
You've probably read a dozen books with this storyboard but what makes this one different is the chemistry and tension between these polar opposite characters that sizzles off the pages.
I loved every minute of this book; it was Hot, Sexy and engaging. The writing was sharp, witty and impressive, I breezed through this book; there was no stopping until I was done.
I would highly recommend reading "Her best worst mistake" I can't believe I almost over looked this author and this book, Sarah Mayberry you have impressed the hell out of me and I can't wait to read more of your work.
There is nothing like a new Sarah Mayberry book. I actively anticipate the release of her books, which is why I was thrilled to learn she had a new "Blaze-type" book out called HER BEST WORST MISTAKE.
The hero and hero, Martin St. Clair and Violet Sutcliffe, were secondary characters in Sarah Mayberry's Blaze, Hot Island Nights. And I remember when I was reading Hot Island Nights, I thought there had to be something simmering beneath the surface of the relationship between Violet and Martin. Their interactions were so volatile and fraught with so much disapproval and...tension. Well in HER BEST WORST MISTAKE readers discover all that tension was sexual in nature.
Violet never thought Martin was a good match for her best friend Elizabeth. Despite her misgivings, she intends to stand up with her when Elizabeth marries Martin, a man who has the blessing of Elizabeth's wealthy grandfather--whom Martin works for.
Martin in turn, disapproves of Violet. He finds her too everything: too flamboyant, too flirtatious, too impetuous. He's quite staid and has pulled himself up from extremely humble beginnings. Marrying Elizabeth is the icing on the top of his well-ordered world. Then she dumps him and jets off to Australia in search of her biological father. He's stunned and not about to let the relationship go that easy but a trip to Australia finds Elizabeth already involved with another man and Martin finally realizes that they are over--and never meant to be.
Neither Violet nor Martin expects to see each other again. Elizabeth had been the person holding them together. But Violet realizes why Martin has always irritated her.Read more ›
Martin a.k.a. Droopy Drawers shows believable personal growth. His ambition to move up in the world proves more complex than initially presented. Martin is Violet's perfect match. He rocks her world! This hero and heroine have chemistry, and their love scenes were hot, Hot, HOT! (I loved the mango scene.)
At times, I worried the usual plot devices (poor communication, big misunderstandings, pregnancy, self-sacrifice) would be used as obstacles. They were not! Yay! The characters understood each other and worked through their issues, except one major issue that could have blown up in their faces, but it was handled well and stayed true to the characters.
Sarah Mayberry made me care about the characters. Their actions made me laugh, get angry, fan my heated face, cheer, and cry. Her characterizations remind me of Julie James and Susan Elizabeth Phillips with her humor, witty dialogue, and heartwarming storytelling. I needed a book like this after all the dark stuff I've been reading! Please note this book is a sequel, but it can stand alone. This is my first Mayberry book. I'm looking forward to more of her work!
Memorable Quote 1 - Droopy Drawers confronts Violet
There was something about the way he was looking at her that made her feel even more nervous.
"So? I remembered you like the peach schnapps. It's not a big deal."
"Isn't it? I remember that you hate escargot. And that you refuse to see any movie with Kate Beckinsale in it. And that you have every George Michael album ever made."
She blinked.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The story was pretty much summed up I. The synopsis. Characters were not developed and the story was basic. A boring read in my opinion. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Trisha Tassy
I grabbed this book right after I read HOT ISLAND NIGHTS. I absolutely HAD to read about Martin and Violet.... and this book didn't disappoint. Enemies turned to lovers... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Estela Reads Romance
I accidentally bought this book, I meant to sample it. I was looking for an enemies to lover book. I'm going through a phase, last week it was smut. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kimberly L
I read “Her Best Worst Mistake” by Sarah Mayberry because I love the trope enemies-to-lovers, especially between two opposites: the straight-laced character & the impulsive/wild... Read morePublished 10 months ago by GoddessPhD
This was really a great book. It is definitely a must read book.Just as good as the first one if not better.Published 14 months ago by Pamela Wheeler
I loved the crazy chemistry between Violet and Martin, the wild sex they have, the growing, shifting relationship between them. Read morePublished 14 months ago by KSP
4.5 stars -- I was worried at the beginning with the nature of Martin and Violet's relationship, and how quickly things developed. But I shouldn't have....Ms. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Lenore L Kosinski
I love Sarah Mayberry's books. Her writing is perceptive and original.Published 19 months ago by Michala
Book one of two with Hot Island Nights coming after. Violet meets her match with Martin in this story of true love found late.Published 19 months ago by Jean A.T.