Lissa's Review: The Best Mistake (Southern U O'Brien Brothers #1) by Cookie O'Gorman
PUBLISHER: Cookie O'Gorman
RELEASED: April 23, 2020
GENRE: New Adult, Romance
LENGTH: 219 pages
Honor Tierney just wants one night with the playboy.
One hot, steamy, meaningless hookup, and then she'll happily go back to reading her favorite books, studying to be an accountant and writing for the campus-paper-nobody-reads. Too bad she ends up in the wrong bed, with the wrong brother…who gives her the hottest night of her life.
Archer O'Brien just wants to play ball.
Well that, and for his brothers to stop acting out, so he won't have to worry 24/7. As the oldest O'Brien and team captain, it's his duty to make sure they don't drink too much, party too much, or get in too much trouble. But when she walks into his bedroom—mistaking him for his brother—life throws him a curveball.
She's determined to guard her heart. He's not giving up.
And when Honor gets assigned to cover the Wolves baseball team, it's game on.
This new adult sports romance features one hot (and hilarious) case of mistaken identity and a sexy set of brothers guaranteed to make you swoon.
Sometimes, the best mistakes are worth making.
FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
I’ve been a fan of Cookie O’Gorman for awhile now. So when The Best Mistake popped up, I knew I had to read. The Best Mistake is a little different from her previous books and she has ventured into the New Adult Genre.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I loved Honor. She has such a great heart, and that’s one thing that you can count on in any of the books she writes. The characters can be relatable in their struggles and how they see relationships. Archer was a very mysterious type of person because he does stay within himself a lot, and he hasn’t much dated, unlike his brothers. He’s a baseball star but has this level-headedness to him. He cares a lot about his family and has been he rock that holds everyone together.
He’s thrown for a loop when Honor appears in his bedroom, which I found quite funny. I mean, how awkward would that be? But Honor is very smart, and she’s been requested to do an article on the family. So the interviews commence. I find that Cookie knows how to make you care for the characters, lets you see the many layers that are there.
I can’t wait to see what else happens in this series.
Overall, I give this Four Boundless Stars, and it was a great read.