daisy o'rourke isn't looking for a man, she had one and lost him in a senseless accident. on the two-year anniversary of his death she finds herself alone in a bar feeling unbearably sad. when mark matthews sees her, he's not just thinking about an easy lay. he sees that sadness in her and he recognizes it. he lost his wife and he knows what loss is. and when they touch each other and are shocked by the sparks, it doesn't matter what they say they don't want. it doesn't matter that it's crazy to feel something so deeply for someone whose name you've refused to learn.
his best mistake is hers too. in opening themselves up to feeling something for someone else again, both daisy and mark come alive. and the heat between them is so intense. the feelings and emotions just burn up the pages. and it's so hot and sexy and deep. because there is nothing tepid or light or easy about mark and daisy. it's complicated. but because it's so hard it means that much more. i freaking loved this book. it was so good. these two leads were so well-matched and had so much crazy chemistry. i sat down and read this in a couple of hours. and then i regretted finishing it up so quickly because sometimes things are worth savoring. but also i just really love happy endings and daisy and mark totally go through the wringer to earn theirs and it's so worth it.
**his best mistake will publish on october 3, 2016. i received an advance reader copy courtesy of netgalley/entangled publishing (brazen) in exchange for my honest review.