One Unforgettable Weekend

One Unforgettable Weekend

by Andrea Laurence

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ISBN-13: 9781335971562
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 06/05/2018
Series: Millionaires of Manhattan , #7
Edition description: Original
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 317,733
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.60(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Andrea Laurence is an award-winning contemporary author who has been a lover of books and writing stories since she learned to read. A dedicated West Coast girl transplanted into the Deep South, she’s constantly trying to develop a taste for sweet tea and grits while caring for her collection of animals that includes a Siberian Husky that sheds like nobody’s business. You can contact Andrea at her website:

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One Unforgettable Weekend 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
perriknows 7 months ago
Violet, angry over a situation that isn't revealed until the end of the story, heads to a bar for a cooling off session. Aidan, the bar owner, is intrigued with her and the night ends with them together. When Aidan wakes up to an empty bed, he's disappointed, but figures that the lady got what she wanted and left. Fast forward about a year when Aidan meets Violet again in a business setting and learns she'd been in an accident with no memory of him or their night together, except one little thing. Violet's memory comes back in fits and starts over the next few weeks and she eventually remembers everything! This was a very fun story and I really enjoyed Violet being the billionaire and Aidan trying to 'live up' to his idea of what Violet needed. A couple of twists I didn't see coming were pluses...and seeing Violet finally remember the last piece of the puzzle was great!
LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
4 1/2 STARS! A blast from the past! A really fun amnesiac had a surprise baby story! The plot, while a little unorthodox caught my attention from the first page, and kept it throughout the story. I enjoyed both of the main characters, and watching them find their way to forever. Fast paced and very entertaining! Violet Niarchos didn't expect that day to be any different than her average day, but when a man walks into her office and speaks her name, she's hit with a flood of memories she thought were gone forever! They spent one amazing weekend together that led to an adorable baby boy ... only she didn't remember it until she saw him again! Aidan Murphy can't figure out if Violet is trying to pull his leg or what, but this story seems a bit far fetched. She was in an accident on the way home from his house and now doesn't remember their time together nor did she see fit to tell him she was pregnant? And now the second she's caught, she's magically healed? He really liked her, but he's not sure he's buying it!
judyrudy More than 1 year ago
One Unforgettable Weekend is the seventh book in Andrea Laurence’s Millionaires of Manhattan series. I have to say upfront that I absolutely loved this book and couldn’t put it down. Aidan Murphy the owner of Murphy’s Irish Pub has encountered his own problems. His life changed course when his father died and in many ways he is thankful for that. Violet Niarchos has lost one week of her life. She’s injured in an accident and discovers she’s pregnant and when the baby is born she hasn’t a clue as to who the father is. A twist of fate sent her to Murphy’s where over time the pieces of the puzzle fall into place and she recovers her memory. What does she remember? One Unforgettable Weekend is heartwarming story where Violet and Aidan learn to trust in each other. It was a fabulous story that I highly recommend.
Peachey04 More than 1 year ago
Really cute story full of discovery and growing love. The characters are strong individuals looking for the best way to raise their son. There are obstacles to overcome, can they be a family? I enjoyed this book very much. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book; all opinions expressed are my own.