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Just One Last Night…

3.78  ·  Rating details ·  36 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Juggling life as a stand-in mom, Grace is already under fire before meeting new boss Brent Cartwright. Brent's the ex who has always held more of her heart than she'd ever want him to know. As impossible as he was to forget, Brent is now even harder to resist! Dare she dream of one last night with him?
Mass Market Paperback, Medical #506
Published August 2011 by Harlequin (first published July 1st 2011)
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I've read this before, I know it but I can't find a review, so here goes again.

Although this was written in 2011 it 'feels' much older, like 1990s. Dr Grace Perry is a senior doctor, after the tragic death of her sister and husband she is suddenly, at nearly 40 years old, looking after her teenage niece Natasha and nephew Benji. In order to take advantage of her large family she is moving back to Melbourne, Australia (from Brisbane) and is interviewing for the Head of Emergency Medicine at Melbo
Jan 01, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Wonderfully written and a heartbreakingly emotional read that had me gripped to the end.

When Grace comes face to face with Brent, the man she left behind to save her career, he's surprised to discover she now has the family that he craved. Especially because her refusal to have children was why she left him! Neither is willing to relive the past even though their bodies tell them otherwise. But how can Grace cope with her angsty teen and their grief without him?

Prepare to want Brent as your teen
Aug 12, 2015 rated it really liked it
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I enjoyed the characters. They were both quite emotional due to their own issues. The setting was great and believable. Enough with the honey jumble though :) Tash's experiences were both real and emotional. Great read.
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Apr 10, 2016 rated it really liked it
this is a story about the one that got away... what if you find your first love 20 years later? that is a question a lot would wonder... the improbable what if???
the book was super emotional... more about the grieving of the death of the sister than about the romance...
Brent is just perfect.... the whole package...Grace left him because she wanted to pursue her dreams.. only to end up in the place she loathws to be... she wanted to have a career, and knew that a family will only stop her.. so sh
Feb 22, 2015 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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This was an ok book. I liked how this was written, the scenes, the characters, and the ending. However, I just really couldn't connect with the characters all the way. This was a slower feeling book for me and is something more for passing time or just something to read. The main characters got on my nerves and I definitely wanted to bash a few heads. There were plenty of emotions. I really liked the ending though, it was touching, cleansing, and perfect for these characters. Overall a good read ...more
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