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One Night Wife by Ainslie Paton
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really liked it

I really enjoy MS Paton’s stories she has a fabulous writers voice one that brings out the best in her characters and has always kept me in the story and this one is no exception, a lot of ups and downs to get to a HEA in this one, but I really loved Cal a true Robin Hood and Fin what a heroine, sassy and fun and out to help the women in the world, can they do it together or will trust come between them?

Finley Cartwright will do whatever it takes to get the business she is running with her best friend back up and running even standing on a barstool and crying out for donations in a bar called The Blarney on a Friday night, it might not have been to successful but she did meet the handsome Cal Sherwood and this starts a big change in her life and now she is getting that money she needs but at what cost will her heart be safe?

Cal Sherwood is a true modern day Robin Hood he is CEO of a family run company that goes out of their way to con and fleece the rich to help the poor and the environment and when he sees the cute Fin on that barstool he decides that she may be the one that can help him with his next big con after she passes a few tests, but will his heart survive?, because she has to be off limits.

I did love this story Cal had to keep so many secrets and Fin was such a good student learning the con in true fashion without realizing what she was really doing they were both winning money wise and emotionally they were falling in love but for Cal, Fin is an outsider can he give up everything for her and what will happen when he tells her the truth? I highly recommend that you read this one to find out it really is a sensual, fast paced story that hooked me from the start and I do hope that there are more stories to come thank you MS Paton for a great story that left me very happy.
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Reading Progress

June 9, 2018 – Shelved
June 9, 2018 – Shelved as: to-read
June 11, 2018 – Started Reading
June 13, 2018 – Finished Reading

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