She thinks he's stuffy. He thinks she's spoilt.
Then the gloves come off and so do their clothes!
For six years Violet Sutcliffe has known that Martin St Clair is the wrong man for her best friend. He's stuffy, old before his time, conservative. He drives Violet nuts - and the feeling is entirely mutual. Then, out of nowhere, her friend walks out just weeks before her wedding to Martin, flying to Australia on a mission of self-discovery. Back in London, Violet finds herself feeling sorry for suddenly-single Martin. At least, she tells herself it's pity she feels.
Then he comes calling one dark, stormy night and they discover that beneath their mutual dislike there lies a fiery sexual chemistry.
It's crazy and all-consuming - and utterly wrong. Because not only are they chalk and cheese, oil and water, but Martin once belonged to her best friend. A friend Violet is terrified of losing. What future can there be for a relationship with so many strikes against it?
This book is a spin off from my Blaze novel, Hot Island Nights. Both stories can be read in isolation and still make perfect sense, but I hope that together they form a neat little duo.
Her Best Worse Mistake begins with Violet's best friend Elizabeth getting married in a few months. They've been working hard on the wedding for a while, and even though Violet, and Elizabeth's fiance Martin don't really get a long, Violet is still determined to help Elizabeth. Until Elizabeth makes a shocking discovery and takes off to another country and calls off her wedding. Now Violet actually feels sorry for Martin, and these two start to form a relationship.. But Violet is still unsure about what to do with Elizabeth even though these feels she keeps having are different than anything she's ever felt before...
This book was a lot different than what I was expecting. It was actually a little funny, with lots of drama, and romance. It has very interesting and exciting characters, and very intriguing plot line that kept me interesting during the whole story. The book actually wasn't that long, but it was still very enjoyable. I love Violet and Martin together. They make a wonderful couple. The only downside about the book was the issue Violet thought would happen with Elizabeth. I felt like that was over played a little bit, but it still made sense as to why Violet would react like that in the end. I actually wouldn't mind see more of Martin and Violet together, they rock!