Sunday, May 19, 2019

Review: The One by Dani Wyatt











Publication Date: April 15th, 2019
Series: Standalone 
Rating: 5 Stars 









Official Blurb: It’s impossible to know when you find the one from a photo, right?

Wrong.

In a matter of thirty seconds, all my years knowing I’d die alone evaporate. Work is my life. My oil rigs are my girlfriends, my wives, and they take all of my time.

The woman I see looking back at me on my phone screen is also about to become my step-sister. Turns out, she has nearly as much interest in a relationship as I did before her ice blue eyes melted my frozen heart. The most challenging job of my life is to convince her we were made for each other.

There’s a storm brewing from the past. Old losses turn to new grudges and they threaten to ruin everything. She’s too good for me. Too smart. Too everything. But, she’s mine, and I’ll breathe my dying breath making sure we get our shot. When you find the one, you just know.

Author’s Note: Take a hard-living oil field alpha, a Mensa smart over-achiever a heap of blasting powder, a few old grudges from the past and watch things ignite. These two are the least likely to succeed together but in every way that counts are perfect. As always, this novella is safe, no cheating, steamy like scalding coffee and a happy ending that leaves you with a sigh.







Review: So, I’m not going to lie the blurb of this book did catch my attention, but the cover is the reason I bought it. I mean, it’s absolutely gorgeous!!! But don’t worry, I loved the inside of the book just as much as the outside.

Van has never really saw his self as the type of man to settle down with a family. He is pretty much married to his job, and he has never found someone that makes him want to change that. That all changes the moment he sees Issi in a picture. How can one single picture turn his world upside down?

Issi is also married to her job. Unlike Van, Issi has seen her fair share of relationship through the eyes of her mother. Her mom has shown her just how much she doesn’t need a man. Plus, her first sexual experience wasn’t that great, so she has vowed to never get married. So, why is her soon to be stepbrother making her second guess every decision she has ever made?

I really liked everything about this book. Insta-chemistry, hot and sexy scenes, and older man/ younger woman. I mean, it’s right up my alley. Plus, Van is actually an alpha male, when it comes to Issi, and I loved watching the changes in him throughout the story. The ending was my favorite, and I want more on the other couple at the end! Super cute read for sure.




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