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One Night Charmer

(Copper Ridge #4)

3.88  ·  Rating details ·  1,050 ratings  ·  110 reviews
Bonus novella Hometown Heartbreaker included.

Copper Ridge, Oregon's favorite bachelor is about to meet his match

If the devil wore flannel, he'd look like Ace Thompson. He's gruff. Opinionated. Infernally hot. The last person that Sierra West wants to ask for a bartending job—not that she has a choice. Ever since discovering that her "perfect" family is built on a lie,
Mass Market Paperback, 473 pages
Published April 19th 2016 by HQN Books
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3.75 stars
This one is hard to rate. This was a love/hate relationship, in every sense of the term. There were parts I loved and parts I didn't love. The h/hr start off hating each other with a hero who started off on the wrong foot for me with his abrasive assholery behavior. But Yates did a pretty decent job bringing me around to warming up to this guy with some development (very slow at first), apologies and a tear-jerking backstory. This definitely wasn't perfect, in fact I felt Yates focused
I’m not sure what happened, but this book was missing everything I’ve come to love about the Copper Ridge series. There was no emotional depth, silly banter or just plain fun. I’m so bummed.

The beginning of the book was promising. Ace is the cranky owner of the bar in Copper Ridge and Sierra is a rich girl looking to prove she can make it on her own. Ace gives her a job as a waitress and sits back just waiting for her to fall on her face. It’s pretty obvious there’s an attraction on both ends,
Feb 23, 2016 rated it it was ok
I've really enjoyed all of the other books in this series, so I was expecting fluff and snark and banter. This...was not those things.

I liked Sierra and Ace well enough. I liked that they were so different, I liked their chemistry at the beginning and the push and pull they had. And then...(view spoiler)
Apr 24, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance
What I Liked

+ Sierra, despite being young and inexperienced, I thought she was the better of the two (compared to Ace). I loved her spirit. I loved that she wanted to make something of herself, not just because she came from the West family, especially after she found out that her father had an affair which resulted in her having a grown-up half-brother. I loved her tenacity of wanting to prove everyone wrong, that she could stand on her two feet. She is a heroine I can cheer on, for sure.

+ The
Mar 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Review posted on Got Fiction?

I'm just eating up Maisey Yates' Copper Ridge series! This is Ace's book. For anyone following the series, Ace is the bartender who has appeared in every Copper Ridge book so far. And his book is my favorite.

Sierra West, Copper Ridge's golden girl, is cutting off her father, and trying to live on her own, without his money. After finding out her dad had a son and then paid that son to stay quiet about his parentage (Jack's book Bad News Cowboy
), she was pissed. It
Al George
Seemed to me that there was a whole lot of conversing going on here.


Series: Indeed

Sexy times: Yep but nothing that got me too excited. Does that mean I didn't buy the chemistry here? Or am I jaded?

Plan on reading more by the author: Certainly. I do love most of her work.

Sierra is having a shit day and ends up literally on her face in front of Ace, the bar owner. She's slightly shit-canned and he ends up giving her a ride home during which time they snipe at each other left and right.
Mandi Schreiner
Jan 04, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: contemporary
I really enjoyed the previous three books in this series but this one fell quite flat for me. Ace is the local bar owner and bartender in Copper Ridge. His father is the town's pastor, and his relationship with his family is very rocky. Ace is gruff and opinionated. When Sierra comes in one night with a group of girlfriends, and he can't help but notice how tipsy she is when she rides the mechanical bull. He also notices when all her friends leave without her. Feeling generous, he offers her a ...more
Feb 28, 2016 rated it really liked it
I love this series for one simple reason, the characters and I couldn't wait for Ace to receive his own story and to finally find out what exactly happened to him.

The story starts off with Ace working when Sierra comes in with friends and gets drunk. Her friends end up leaving her there and Ace gives her a ride home but somehow these two end up rubbing each other the wrong way.

Sierra went out to forget that her family wasn't as perfect as she thought. Now she is determined to make it on her
Apr 20, 2016 rated it did not like it
Did not finish. Decided this author is not a good fit for me. Way too much language. Cute cover which is what drew me in but I wasn't sure what to expect from this author. After being turned off by the language I read a couple reviews of books in this series and opted to stop knowing there would be descriptive sexual content.
Jacob Proffitt
Mar 16, 2017 marked it as unfinished
I'm not going to rate this because I'm dropping it for reasons I don't hold against the book, really. I mean yeah, I didn't connect with either protagonist, but the story wasn't anything I was looking forward to, either. Ace is a condescending, judgmental jerk and Sierra is coming out of her spoiled, selfish haze and their growth arc feels both predictable and tiresome and I'm just not interested in going through it.

The thing is, and the reason I'm not going to bother rating this, that I knew
Damaris (GoodChoiceReading)
3.5 Stars! Review to come!
Jessica Lemmon
Jun 27, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: paperback
Just the swooniest ending ever!
Aliaa El-Nashar
Feb 08, 2016 rated it it was ok
I enjoyed Maisey's writing, I read other books by her before and she really knows how to grip a reader from the start. Especially with this book, the first chapter was definitely hooking. I liked the diversity with both the characters and their backgrounds. Their social statuses with their personal demons.

However, I wasn't overly fond of their relationship, it was so emotionally bland. I didn't feel much with either character, they just had the hots for each other, but otherwise I didn't get a
Ang -PNR Book Lover Reviews
One Night Charmer (Copper Ridge #4)
by Maisey Yates

Reviewed by Ang at PNR Book Lover Reviews

ARC Received by Netgalley for an honest review.

One Night Charmer, Hmm I’m not 100% sure at what happened here!
I really loved the other Maisey Yates stories I have read, but this one fell a little flat.

I did enjoy it, just not as much as I would have liked to. Maisey writing is great, and I enjoyed the town she has created with in Copper Ridge.

This is still a sexy insightful little read, personally I couldn
Feb 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: romance, cowboy
A view days ago I was in desperate need of some fun, not to complicated love story. And I came across Maisey Yates. I’ve read the first three book in the Copper Ridge series and loved those books. So the decision to read this fourth book in the series was easily made. And a story about cowboys can never do wrong.

In ‘One Night Charmer’ we follow Sierra West, the youngest daughter of one of the richest man in Copper Ridge. And she is everything Ace Thompson doesn’t like in a woman, except the
Dorothy Morawsky
Apr 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I love the Copper Ridge series. Can't wait for the next one.
Jun 22, 2017 rated it it was ok
Shelves: own-print, romance
One Night Charmer was an enjoyable enough read, but was not my favorite book in the Copper Ridge series by any stretch.

Sierra West is determined to make a life for herself after discovering everything she knew about her family was a lie. The only job she's able to find is bartending for Ace Thompson. Sierra and Ace always seem to argue whenever they're around each other until one night the arguing stops and their attraction takes over. When their relationship takes an unexpected turn, the two
Feb 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: kindle
This novel was emotionally raw. Yates has the ability to write emotions that pack a punch while still making you laugh. The heartfelt tale of these two individuals was heartbreaking and hopeful when taken separately, together they were astounding. Her seamless plot brings this all forward while bringing the small town of Copper Ridge to life, with all its edges and corners. The sense of completeness that she develops is fantastic.

The characters in this novel were also fantastically well
Mar 16, 2016 rated it really liked it
This was my first Maisey Yates book, but it won't be my last (and that is not because there are already at least two, if not more in my Kindle library). This was a really nice contemporary small town romance, but it had some pretty decent meat to chew on in it. Unlike many damaged goods stories we actually witness the full transformation rather have a magic wand of "love" waved over the struggling and magically find the HEA ending.

This was not the first book in the series, but was the first one
Gabby (What's Beyond Forks?)
Feb 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: reviewed

Full Review at: What's Beyond Forks?

Sierra has had an easy life, but when her dad drops a bomb on what she thought was a perfect life she doesn't know what to do so she cuts her ties with him. Ace immediately thinks he has Sierra figured out, and he pretty much does in many ways, but all that's about to change. Ace has a lot hidden from the world. Poor guy's had it rough. Who knew? So, needless to say, there is more than an age gap between Sierra and Ace. They have a lot to overcome within
I've been dying for Ace to get his own story from the minute I met him in PART TIME COWBOY. There was just something so charismatic about him and I was desperate to know his backstory. Thankfully Yates delivered with one hell of a story. (It certainly packed a wallop)

And I have to say, while Sierra took a bit of warming up to, she turned into a powerhouse of a character. She grew in to herself and matured so quickly that I thought I wouldn't enjoy her story arc. Trust Yates to pull a rabbit out
Heather andrews
Feb 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Ace and Sierra have an interest in relationship in like to see them squabble at times:
“I guess I need to talk to my brother.”
“What are the odds he comes after me with a shotgun?”
“High. Very high. But I think if I deal with him, maybe I can save your balls.”
“I’m not very happy with my balls right now, so I may just let it happen.”
I really enjoyed this book I liked Ace.
3.5 Stars.

Heavy but really good stuff. Not the usual romance pattern, which made me like it.

What I found refreshing and liked was seeing dialogue where a character was at a loss for words and not having a witty comeback all the time. A retort was stuttered or fell flat. That just brought another element to the story for me.
Tiffany Reads It All
May 19, 2016 marked it as did-not-finish  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: audiobook
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May 18, 2016 rated it it was ok
The storyline was too predictable which I found disappointing after enjoying the previous stories in the series.
Feb 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
*^*^*^*^*^*^*^* Does contain some details you might not want to know until you read it! So if you planned to read this one, drop everything and grab the book! It’s a great story discovery of how we love and how we are loved. No matter the circumstances, so long as we are willing to take the chance. *^*^*^*^*^*^*

Literally had a hard time putting this book down — Truly enjoyed this story of how a woman who was willing to sacrifice her family (mainly her job and relationship with her father)
Nate Brightman
Mar 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
After reading some of the reviews on this website I purchased One Night Charmer with some unfamiliar trepidation for a Maisey Yates book. But since I was already heavily invested in the Copper Ridge series having read all the books and novellas leading up to it, I went ahead and downloaded it to my Nook anyway. The main criticism seemed to be that the readers didn’t feel any chemistry between the hero Ace and heroine Sierra. On the surface that made perfect sense as they lived in two different ...more
Nov 16, 2019 rated it really liked it
Sometimes love doesn’t make sense and Ace Thompson and Sierra West are examples of this. Sierra left her mansion home because of her anger with her father and was now on her own for the first time in her life. Finding a job was harder than she thought it would be after leaving her father’s office. She had a degree but she always knew she was being groomed to work at her father’s ranch. No one in this small town would give her a chance until her newly discovered half brother convinced Ace to at ...more
May 05, 2018 rated it liked it
this book wasnt exactly my favorite of the series but it was still a good read nonetheless. i appreciated the woman of the book deciding to fight for herself in many ways to become the person she slightly already was but definitively wanted to be. that part of the book really resonated with me. she stuck it out and didn't run. she understood things because she might have made the same decisions but ultimately made different ones. she had a lot of fight in her and was more than meets the eye. and ...more
Dec 03, 2018 rated it liked it
This was shaping up to be a perfectly good "poor little rich girl turned poor little poor girl from snooty family hooks up with a bad boy and they both find themselves" romance and then there was a (view spoiler) and I wasn't in the mood for that so nope.
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New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Maisey Yates lives in rural Oregon with her three children and her husband, whose chiseled jaw and arresting features continue to make her swoon. She feels the epic trek she takes several times a day from her office to her coffee maker is a true example of her pioneer spirit. In 2009, at the age of twenty-three Maisey sold her first book.

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Copper Ridge (10 books)
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  • Brokedown Cowboy (Copper Ridge, #2)
  • Bad News Cowboy (Copper Ridge, #3)
  • Tough Luck Hero (Copper Ridge, #5)
  • Last Chance Rebel (Copper Ridge, #6)
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