Only You

  • by Denise Grover Swank
  • Narrated by Loretta Rawlins
  • 10 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A Bachelor Brotherhood Novel
Never say never....
Romance isn't an option for Holly Greenwood. With her wedding planner career on the line, she needs to stay focused, and that means pleasing her demanding boss, not getting distracted by her mind-alteringly hot neighbor....
Ex-marine Kevin Vandemeer craves normalcy. Instead he has a broken-down old house in need of a match and some gasoline, a meddling family, and the uncanny ability to attract the world's craziest women. At least that last one he can fix: He and his buddies have made a pact to swear off women, and this includes his sweetly sexy new neighbor.
After one hot night that looks a whole lot like a disaster in the light of day, Kevin and Holly are about to learn that true love doesn't play by the rules....

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What the Critics Say

"Warm and funny, the first book in the Bachelor Brotherhood series reads like a great Hollywood rom-com." (iBooks)

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Great story, great voices by the narrator. But...

What did you love best about Only You?

The story was amazing. It was a wonderfully sappy love story with enough suspense to keep you listening.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Only You?

When Holly finally agreed to be Kevin's girlfriend


Did Loretta Rawlins do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

Yes, I liked how she did different voices for different people. She kept the voices the same and it was easy to differentiate. My only criticism about Loretta is the way she ends all her sentences. She puts an extra "uh" at the end of each sentence. "Do you want to go with me-yuh?" "No-wuh." "I have to plan the wedding-guh." It's really, really annoying.


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes


Any additional comments?

This is my only criticism about the narrator, and I mentioned it before but it bears repeating. It is my opinion she needs to relearn how to end her sentences. She puts an extra "uh" at the end of each sentence. "Do you want to go with me-yuh?" "No-wuh." "I have to plan the wedding-guh." It's really, really annoying.

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- Karen A. Oakes

Narration distracting

The narrator's pacing and random pauses/hesitations were very distracting. I listened to Swank's Wedding Pact series that this one is spun from and enjoyed it much more - in large part due to the narrator.

I did manage to listen to this whole story but don't think I can stomach the rest of the series if they use the same narrator. Too bad because I've really enjoyed Swank's books.
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- Nei Baon

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-14-2016
  • Publisher: Hachette Audio