The One and Only

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The One and Only

The One and Only She wore her heart on her sleeve Valentine s night spent in the arms of Marcus Ballantyne It happened to Joy but not without the leading actor in the TV series Pilgrim s Game thinking that she was a m

  • Title: The One and Only
  • Author: Carole Mortimer
  • ISBN: 9780263144154
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Hardcover
  • She wore her heart on her sleeve Valentine s night spent in the arms of Marcus Ballantyne It happened to Joy but not without the leading actor in the TV series Pilgrim s Game thinking that she was a married woman with a string of lovers In reality, Joy was a provincial librarian who hadn t had a date since her boyfriend jilted her how on earth had she landed herself iShe wore her heart on her sleeve Valentine s night spent in the arms of Marcus Ballantyne It happened to Joy but not without the leading actor in the TV series Pilgrim s Game thinking that she was a married woman with a string of lovers In reality, Joy was a provincial librarian who hadn t had a date since her boyfriend jilted her how on earth had she landed herself in this mess And how could she convince Marcus that she wasn t just another good time girl hoping to be a notch on his bedpostbut that he was the one and only man she d ever love

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    1. Sandra on said:

      Twenty-seven-year-old Joy Simms’s male cousin Casey enters a contest in a magazine to prove that they are a con and that no one ever wins them, and then wins First Prize! (First Prize includes spending a week in a luxurious hotel in London and going out on Valentine’s Day night with a popular male TV star for dinner and a show.) Casey tries to persuade Joy to go instead of him. Joy reluctantly agrees and goes to the hotel, pretends to be Casey (they naturally think contest winner Casey is a [...]

    2. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) on said:

      This was a fun read, in the way that the older Harlequin Presents books can be (a good story and not tied down with the typical overused tropes). Joy is a very likable heroine. I appreciated that she's just a regular woman, with a job, and takes a week off for a vacation that changes her life in unexpected ways. Although she is wearing borrowed clothes, I think that Marcus fell in love with the real Joy, and not the false image of her. That part of the story alone was very appealing. Joy is the [...]

    3. Aayesha Khatri on said:

      It was an okay enough read, I suppose I should give it 2 stars but I don't feel very benevolent today. So a 1.5 star.This author is an awful author. Her writing is so repetitive, most of the dialogues and descriptions look like they've come straight out of a thesaurus. (Okay, that's a bit unfair. Maybe Mortimer herself has a poor command of the English language. I shouldn't blame the thesaurus, right?) Back to said repetitiveness. 'She snapped' must have been used so many times that I will now a [...]

    4. Tia on said:

      Decent read but I wasn't all that into it. I found myself having a hard time to relating to the hero and heroine.

    5. Azet on said:

      "The One and Only" is a warm Valentine love-story with fastpaced plot,charming characters and lovely romance.We meet the famous actor Marcus Ballantyne and the common librarian Joy Simms who meets for the first time on the Valentine Nighta night that will be the start of an electric romance.Marcus was certainly besotted by the heroine and his jealousy was so adorable every time Joy had anything to do with a man.Joy was is a lovely heroine and i really liked her POV.Enjoyed this book from the fir [...]

    6. Tatiana Stefan on said:

      2006 Review: I thought the storyline and characters were all cute. Although I'm surprised they didn't make more out of the fact that the hero was a celebrity so I would have thought the press would have been there like a hawk that a non-celebrity was hooking up with him. Otherwise, the book was a fun read!

    7. Barbara Brien on said:

      I read a ton of romance novels when I was younger, and even now consider them a bit like brain candy. Overly sweet, and not something you can make a steady diet of, reality is not their strong point.

    8. Angelinawim on said:

      I loved this book. This is just my opinion. It might be a bit far-fetched but isn't that what romances are about? I hadn't read this since high school so it was funny to see how the author wrote certain sentences. But it was still a good read and I love Marcus and Joy.

    9. Mιss •kαthєяίиє•Τhε Emεrαℓd Pяίиcεss® on said:

      A romantic book, even better that Valentine's day is approaching!! :)

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