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Title: One Night Only
Author: Catherine Walsh
Published: June 30th, 2021
This is a fun contemporary romance Featuring Sarah who never gives any man a second chance, She’s a love ‘em then never see them again girl Who never gives men another twirl. So imagine her surprise when the last man she had Turns out to be someone she can’t forget - to her that’s so bad! However to make matters even worse is something other - He turns out to be her best friend’s groom’s brother! Travelling from the States to her friend’s Irish wedding do She never expected to see Declan Murphy there, too. Mind you, he also didn’t expect to see her there Should she give him a second chance - does she dare? This is a story of facing up to your fears And exploring your own actions through the years It is about how teen family drama can have an impact On how you, as an adult, choose to act. It is a story filled with friendship, love and laughter Of daring to seek the one you’ll love ever after. Declan is my hero, so patient and true You’ll just have to read it to find what Sarah will do! I also wish to say thank you to Bookouture and NetGalley too, For my copy of this book for which I’ve written this honest review.
Who could have predicted this? Being at the same wedding. In Ireland. There’s a reason one-night stands are one-night stands. You’re not supposed to see each other again, especially not when you’re the maid of honor, and he’s the groom’s brother…
Sarah Anderson has never been more excited about anything in her life. She’s going to her best friend’s wedding. And not just any wedding. An Irish wedding. Goodbye New York, hello rolling green hills and men with beautiful accents and twinkling eyes.
But Sarah should have known that not all guests are fairy-tale princes…
There’s the chinless Uncle Trevor, whose idea of small talk is to claim climate change is a conspiracy.
Then there’s Great Aunt Eileen, who doesn’t talk at all (she’s too busy replacing the hotel cutlery with her own set).
Worst of all, there’s Declan Murphy. Best man. Brother of the groom. And the man Sarah last saw naked.
Is there anything more mortifying than bumping into a one-night stand halfway across the world? Especially as Declan seems determined to embarrass Sarah at every turn. At least when the wedding’s over she’ll never have to see him again.
But, back in New York, Sarah finds the more she tries to forget Declan, the more she can’t shake the thought of that infuriatingly charming smile and the way he wears a tux…
Was he really just for one night only, or might Declan Murphy be The One?
Prepare to laugh until you cry with this perfect feel-good romantic comedy about taking a chance on love. Fans of Sophie Ranald, Sophie Kinsella and Marian Keyes won’t be able to put this down!
Catherine Walsh was born and raised in Ireland. She has a degree in Popular Literature and the only prize she ever won for writing was at the age of 14 in school (but she still cherishes it.)
She lived in London for a few years where she worked in Publishing and the non-profit sector before returning to Dublin where she now lives between the mountains and the sea. When not writing she is trying and failing to not kill her houseplants.