ONE FATEFUL NIGHT
PATRICIA OSHIER BRUENING
September 3, 2007
Publish America, LLLP
P.O. Box 151, Frederick, MD 21705
Rating: 4 Cups
Jaime Allyn Parker is an up and coming novelist who has just heard from her agent, Grant Travers, that her book has been given a movie contract. For fifteen years she has been married to Michael Parker who is chief of detectives. In addition, they have a teenage daughter named Karen.
Justin Carpenter, aka Derek Mackenzie, film producer, tries to keep his personal and private life separate. Justin cannot believe that his latest fling, Valerie Kingston, is pushing marriage, claiming she is pregnant with his child. She is nothing but a gold-digger and will not get a penny from him.
Grant Travers phones Justin and informs him to pick up their latest client, Jaime. He had no idea one woman would create sparks in him that are strictly forbidden. Jaime is married and anyone wearing a wedding band is off limits. Jaime is surprised to see film producer, Justin piloting the plane. From the moment the two meet, sparks begin to ignite, but she must think of her husband and daughter. However, fate has a way of shifting the cards for many, as Justin and Jaime quickly learn.
One Fateful Night is like watching real life unfold right before your eyes. The characters are realistic, the plot wonderfully created and the dialogue keeps the reader glued until the end. I could real share in all of Jaime’s emotions. Everything flows so smoothly that it just locks in with the reader and holds tight. Patricia Oshier Bruening pens a stunning story that is well-worth the read. She molds Jaime, Michael and Justin in a way it is hard to let go once the storyline is over. The secondary characters add just the right element to blend in that little twist making this an interesting read. I absolutely loved it.
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