Monday, March 14, 2016

Her One and Only by Becky Wade

I'm sad. This is the last book in the Porter series. Becky Wade has done an outstanding job with each book and this one was no exception.  My only complaint is that they couldn't go on and on forever.  I love reading about each hero and heroine and the family dynamics.

Dru was a great character to read.  Through the other books you can see her grow and it was great to read her story and her point of view.  She is a strong woman.  A woman who can protect and defend others.  She wasn't weak at all and I think that is what made her love for Gray that much deeper.  She didn't "need a man" but there is a desire for someone who loves us as we are and understands us.  The fun banter between Dru and Gray is fun to read, as well as their chemistry.

Right away you are drawn into this book with an amazing prologue.  This intense scene kept me reading as fast as I could to get to that part of the book.  There were a few times I thought it might be coming but then it wasn't.  Becky Wade kept the suspense up through out but didn't allow it to overshadow the book.

As always, the way she weaves in God, scripture, and their relationships with God is effortless and natural.  I appreciate how she allows the characters to have questions and conversations that are real.

You can read this book as a stand-alone but it will make more sense if you read the series.  Plus--I think they are all marvelous, so you should definitely read them all.

I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

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