One & Only (Canton) (Volume 1)
One night they can't forget... Tess McMann lives her life according to the secrets she's sworn to keep: the father who won't acknowledge her, the sister who doesn't know she exists, and the mother who's content playing mistress to a prominent businessman. When she meets the distractingly cute... show more
One night they can't forget... Tess McMann lives her life according to the secrets she's sworn to keep: the father who won't acknowledge her, the sister who doesn't know she exists, and the mother who's content playing mistress to a prominent businessman. When she meets the distractingly cute Dylan Kingsley at a prestigious summer program and falls in love, Tess allows herself to imagine a life beyond these secrets. But when summer ends, so does their relationship—Dylan heads off to Canton College while Tess enrolls at the state university. One love they can't ignore... Two years later, a scholarship brings Tess to Canton and back into Dylan's life. Their attraction is as strong as ever, but Dylan has a girlfriend…who also happens to be Tess's legitimate half-sister. Tess refuses to follow in her mother's footsteps, which leaves her only one choice: break the rules she’s always followed, or allow Dylan to slip away for a second time. ...And only one chance to get things right. *** New Adult romance suitable for 17+***
Publish date: November 7th 2013
Publisher: Word for Word
Pages no: 250
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Young Adult Contemporary
, New Adult
Series: Canton (#1)
Mmm, me gustó, pero al final me dejó un gusto a nada. No sé realmente qué esperaba, pero siento que faltó algo-mucho.Sin embargo, muero por leer la historia de Hannah.
I ended up being the person in a group buddy read who liked the book, instead of being the person who hated the book.Quick story rundown : A college age girl is forced to keep her identity a secret because her father has another family somewhere out there. The guy she loved and lost (and hopes to lo...
Maybe this was my fate. I was the child of lies. Everything I did was touched by that poison. I really want to be fair, because I find its so easy now to Rage Against the Machine that is New Adult Contemporary Romance these days than find something nice to say about it as a whole. And I heartily ack...
So here’s a statement that merits both boldface and all caps in the typing:MY FAITH IN NA HAS BEEN RESTORED BY ONE & ONLY. Not one moment in this is annoying or over the top. Rather we’ve a girl exploring who she is what she wants. Plus, a boy doing the same. Sure, there are some messed up family co...
I freaking loved this! I was hooked from the first line: "I was six years old when I found out my father had another family."New Adult often lets me down, with repeated story lines and slipshod writing. But this book has neither of those. Dylan and Tess were very real, excellent characters. I stayed...