September 30, 2017 1 min to read
Only Ever You
Category : Reviews
How will she comfort one brother when she longs to be with the other?
Now the #1 Best Selling Rock Music Book!
Bestselling author Lisa Suzanne’s newest forbidden romance series pits a rock star against his business mogul brother.
Torn between two brothers, Reese Brady must choose whether to live out her fantasies or opt for stability. She bears the load of her guilt to the point of exhaustion, excusing unsavory behavior as a form of self-punishment. Despite the temptation of one man, she commits to the other.
When a family crisis strikes, Reese is forced into the arms of the wrong man. How will she comfort him when she longs to be with his brother?
Only Ever You is the second book in the three-book A Little Like Destiny series. This series must be read in order:
- A Little Like Destiny
- Only Ever You
- Clean Break – Coming October 26, 2017
Genre: Romance – Love Triangle, Rock Star
Stand Alone: No
Part of a Series: Book 2 of 3 in the A Little Like Destiny Trilogy
Steam Level: Toasty
Full disclosure: I haven’t read book 1 yet (but I’ll will definitely be going back to read it). Despite having not read the first book I was able to easily follow the story of Reese, Brian, and Mark. In general I like love triangles and overall I liked this book. The chemistry between Reese and Mark is so hot it’s flammable. My only issue was with Brian and Reese’s relationship and the lying throughout – however it was explained away. Lisa Suzanne does a fantastic job portraying not only Reese and Brian’s disintegrating relationship but also Reese’s conflicting feeling of guilt, love, and devotion. I absolutely CANNOT wait to see how this ends!
I received an advanced copy of this book for free. This is my honest and voluntary review.
“You have to go with your heart…I know you’re the logical one, the practical one. You always go with your head over your heart. But this is love, Reese. You have to choose because you can’t have bother, and there has to be one who your heart is more connected to.”
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