Unexpected surprises come in twos!
When Dr Matteo Torres invites nurse Harriet Monticello to work with orphans in Buenos Aires her head says yes! It's something she's always wanted to do...although her heart is wary of the irresistible off-limits doc. Shy Harriet isn't used to taking anything for herself, and yet before they board the plane for Argentina the chemistry between them combusts and they give in to just one night together... But their night of recklessness isn't without consequences. And now Harriet has nine months to melt this brooding doctor's heart!
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The characters come alive and grab your attention from page on in One Night, Twin Consequences by Annie O’Neil. The author layers emotion, vivid description, and engaging dialogue to take readers on an emotionally moving journey. Ms. O’Neil’s flawed characters and the stories they have to tell rivet you. Harriet Monticello is tasked with travelling to Buenos Aires on behalf of the children’s hospital she currently works for. While there she comes in contact with Dr Matteo Torres who works at the same hospital. Dr Torres is researching ways to improve the overall working conditions of the hospital. Working together brings Harriet and Matteo closer. They act upon their attraction and the consequence of their passionate night together lead readers on a dramatic journey. Will Harriet and Matteo work out their issues? Since Matteo isn’t too keen on settling down. Read on to find out! Recommended 4 Stars
Time outside your comfort zone definitely makes you stronger and brings out the best in you while it helps in your personality's development. That is exactly what happens with Harriet who believes she is too shy for anything but work and taking care of family. A very realistic description in my opinion as I have seen many a people sacrificing their true self for the sake of the ones they love. As it is said, our past molds to who we are in the present. Likewise Matteo has seen too many children in need of assistance to bring into the world any of his own. The resources are scarce as it is. That all changes when these two meet and the love blooms between them and they must prepare not just for one addition in the family, but two. Saying that, I wish I have twins one day too. :')
One Night, Twin Consequences by Annie O'Neil Harriet Monticello had a twin sister named Claudia. Claudia Monticello was pregnant with twin sons. After she delivered her twin son and it was save to travel with them she was coming to live with Harriet. Harriet worked at a hospital that catered to children and was asked to go to Buenos Aires to work with the orphans there and with Dr. Matteo Torres. He was currently at the same hospital that Harriet worked and he was looking for new ways and new support for the fact that his hospital they needed funds and more ideas. Dr. Bailey had arranged all this and had arranged for Harriet to give a lecture that night and she was not having it. Dr. Bailey knew that Harriet avoided public speaking like the plaque and she also had somehow managed to avoid Dr. Torres also during this so far stay at St. Nick’s. She gave her speech and she also started working with Dr. Torres soon it was obvious that sparks flew between the two. When time for Dr. Torres to go back to Argentina they had one night together. Annie O’Neil wrote the book so you could feel like you were right there in the places with the characters. Harriet discovered while in Argentina that she was pregnant and also with twins. Dr. Torres had his secrets and did not share them with anyone and would never marry or have children. I won’t spoil it all but you will enjoy reading this wonderful story that Annie O’Neil has given us. I am sure you will love it as much as I did. Happy Reading!
With a fun sass to her writing style, Annie O’Neil immerses us into the lives of her characters and takes us on a whirlwind trip to finding love! Dr. Matteo Torres has dedicated his life to helping orphans and young mother’s in his home country. When he visits a hospital in London in hopes of receiving funding to expand his facility, he meets nurse Harriet Monticello. Harriet is a shy, work-oriented person, and enjoys making her facility run smoothly. When her boss and Matteo put the idea out there that she should visit Buenos Aires to decide if they should fund the new project, she is torn. She loves her job and doesn’t want to be away for a second, but Matteo is HOT and she would follow him anywhere! Can Harriet manage to get past the walls Matteo has erected around his heart, or will she only be banging her head into them in trying to reach him?