The Only One by Necie Navone – Review by Tracy Manderson

The Only One (Brothers of Camelot, #1) by Necie Navone
5 out of 5 stars
The Only One is book one in the Brothers of Camelot series written by Necie Navone and it’s the first book that I have read by this author and it surely won’t be the last. The characters are well written with strong personalities and the banter is awesome. I really enjoyed the story plot with the Camelot fairy tale but it’s modern. I especially loved Mom Gregory and the way she accepted Fitz and mad him a part of the family.
Drake, aka Fitz, was dealt a tragic hand from the beginning. He had to adjust to Pain and rejection but that all melted away when a little girl named Isabella aka Belle with huge brown eyes, strawberry blonde curls and an explosive personality, walked into his new home and his heart.
They were inseparable as kids, she’s was literally ripped from his arms when they where teens. Convincing himself he’s unworthy of her, he closed himself off to all future relationships, refusing to open his heart to anyone else. If only she would come back to him.
Can a man whore whose motto is “One and Done” keep it in his pants long enough to win back the trust of his childhood sweetheart?
Isabella, with her unique personality, returns to her childhood town to start her own business, and prove she doesn’t need her mother, or a man, to feel complete. Thanks to her first love, her father’s betrayal and a slew of bad relationships, she’s locked her heart away, hidden behind her smile and sweet disposition. She’s found peace in her memories of Drake, hoping he’ll finally contact her, or maybe she’ll find the nerve to contact him.
Can their long-lost love be rekindled or do they need a little help from their friends?
I highly recommend this book and cant wait to see what Ms. Navone has in-stored for us next…
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