Only Her: A Bad Boy Second Chance Romance by Rebecca Janet
Published by Kindle Edition on May 12, 2018
Pages: not listed (582 pages when read in iBooks on an iPhone)
Rating: 2 stars
Recommend to fans of: romances that supposedly check all the boxes, drama, guys with good hearts
Read with food: champagne and strawberries
Only HER can give me that feeling…
I was the one to walk away. When opportunity came knocking on my door, I answered it. At the time, I thought it was the best thing for me to do.
I’d build up my empire, gather up my wealth, and come back to give her everything she ever wanted.
Only, it’s not that easy.
It’s never that easy.
She no longer trusts me and for good reason, too. As far as she’s concerned, I abandoned her.
But, I’m not about to give up.
This time, she’s mine and I’m not leaving without my Queen.
Everything was just fine until he showed up.
I worked a typical nine-to-five job and I was fine with that. Okay, maybe pushing pills at a pharmacy was slowly driving me insane, but at least it paid the bills.
Besides, one day, I was going to be a successful author. I just needed to get over a serious case of writer’s block.
Which wasn’t helped by the fact that my ex-boyfriend, my first and only crush, just suddenly came waltzing into my life after a ten-year hiatus.
Oh, and get this, he thinks he can just pick up where he left off.
Not going to happen.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
This is a full-length standalone novel brimming with temptation and high heat. It features a hot-as-hell alpha male on a mission fight like hell to win his woman back . It has no cheating, no cliffhangers and this one is for you if you love big weddings and happily ever afters!
A big thank you to the author for giving me a free ARC copy of the book. As always, an honest review.
With that being said, I had high hopes for this book, I really did.
I have been on a bit of a romance novel kick lately. I usually read 1-2 per year, so several romance novels in a month is a big thing for me.
Unfortunately this one was only okay. The premise sounded promising. Two people who hadn’t seen each other in years after a heartbreaking night. It’s unique which I appreciated. I also really liked their shared love for books. Always a plus for me!
But the rest of the story was only okay. It seems to check all the boxes that a good romance novel would need. I wish the writing and characters were more developed. It seemed like a lot of plot twists and things thrown in there in a very short time. This caused the story to move very quickly and feel a bit forced at times.
Also, it definitely reads like a typical romance novel, not a contemporary fiction novel centered around romance. The latter is my personal preference. But maybe it’s not yours.
Only Her has a good premise, but ultimately it fell short for me. I had high hopes for this romance novel, since I have been enjoying many of them lately. It’s a short book, so if you want to check it out it’s a quick whirlwind of a read.