The Only One by Necie Navone is an easy read. It was easy to get lost in the pages of the book. Once I started this story, it was an instant hit to me. I am finding that I really do love the romance stories, BUT I need to have a little more to the story like mystery or adventure. Navone does an amazing job in creating believable characters that could be the “neighbor next store”. It was like I was right there in the background of the story watching from above the scene. There was a “brotherhood” of guys who had a hard life and really bonded to one another. Once brother, Drake (aka, Fritz) was dealt a bad hand with regards to family. He one day meets the girl next door, Isabella. They were always together until a situation ripped them apart. Isabella tried to prove that she doesn’t need a man or her mother. Drake has become this male god and really thinks highly of himself. What happens when Drake meets Isabelle will the spark that they had years before come back? Enjoy reading The Only One to find out the answer.
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