As captain of the Dallas Oilers, I was their leader on and off the ice. From the outside, it looked like I had the perfect life.
I was married to a woman who refused to give me a divorce. All she wanted was the status title, and all I wanted was to be set free.
It was supposed to be just another event, except it took a turn I didn’t see coming.
Attending my best friend’s bachelorette party isn’t something I was looking forward to.
But it’s strange what a couple of glasses of wine will do.
It was one night, and I thought I would never see him again.
Especially not coming face-to-face with him and his wife while picking up my nephew from hockey practice.
All it takes is one kiss, one touch, one chance, and only one night.
The only thing I know is I would give anything for only one night with him.
ARC REVIEW ➞
I’ve been waiting for Manning’s story from the beginning and I loved every single moment of it!
The moment Manning and Evelyn meet there is an undeniable connection between them. They were drawn to each other and all it took was one night for the both of them to realize what they were missing. However, there are obstacles in their way namely Manning’s horrible wife, Murielle who won’t give him a divorce. While Manning is still technically married, its been four years that he has dealt with Murielle for his son, Jaxon.
I loved Manning and Evelyn’s relationship. I loved the connection they had. Even though they had to experience a lot of hardships throughout the story and heartache. They both deserved happiness and they deserved each other.
Only One Night is full of amazing chemistry and plenty of angst but I loved every single moment of Manning and Evelyn’s story.