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"I can't say no. The girl's had my heart since before I knew it went missing."
He hides a life of hell. His father hates him; his mother's gone. Emma is his only savior, yet she doesn't know her power over him. She's the only girl he wants, the only one he could ever tell - though he won't.
"I'm stronger, bigger, more of a man than he'll ever be, but because I ruined his life, I've taken his crap, his attacks, the vulgar nature of his existence."
Then she discovers Gray's embarrassment, his humiliation. Emma fights for him and for a chance. Theirs is a Cinderella story that she believes impossible. But as the layers peel back, it's just a guy who needs a girl in order to keep breathing.
"My mind is already doodling Mrs. Grayson Ford in imaginary notebooks. He has no clue where my head is at.... But, given that I didn't see what just happened coming, maybe I have no clue where his head is at either."
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By Shelley Haase on 12-06-16
Fantastic start to a new series by Cristin Harber
Cristen Harber has written a fantastic start to a new series in Only for Him, the first book in her Only series. She has build a very promising storyline that drew me in from the start and did not let go. It is a tale of two best friends with vastly different backgrounds. One has had everything she could ask for, while he has had to hide the truths of his life from everyone. Once his truths are revealed, he has choice but to follow the path which will help him escape his own personal hell, no matter the cost!
This book does leave off with a cliffhanger, but I would highly recommend reading it. Cristen Harber works her magic of developing unforgettable characters. I will immediately be one-clicking the next book in this series!
PS. Jeffrey Kafer and Xe Sands only enhanced Cristin's brilliance as an author with their narration of this story!
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By Ndulgent Bloggrs on 02-01-17
Great Beginning of a Series
This is my first Cristen Harber book. She won me over right away with a riveting story about two kids from opposite sides of the tracks falling in love. Nicely narrated, it was a treat to listen to. With completely different backgrounds, these well-developed characters were meant to share thier future. But the path to their HEA is not easy... which leaves us in a cliffhanger and needing to move on to book two quickly. I'll be immediately be one-clicking!
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By kanundra on 04-01-16
Enjoyed it a lot, but....
I'm leaving the biggest part of my review for the fourth in the series.
YOU have to listen to ALL of the series!!! I can't say that loud enough. Wonderful Roller coaster of emotions, laughter, joy, pain, almost had me in tears.
But, I say the above because I wasn't going to listen to the rest of the series, just because of the ending in the first part. I have to be honest. It was in your face, scream at the writer. For all the right and all the wrong reasons. I could have quite easily gone away and said ummp okay... and it's the only reason I marked it down because it did feel awful. Maybe that was the writers intention, to leave us with no hope, but it wasn't what I expected.
The thing was I hadn't even known it was a series, I'd bought this in the interest of taking a listen to duel narrators to see what they were like. And although the story is good. Guy and girl get together etc, with wonderful narration from both XE and Jeffrey, the attention to detail and wonderful expressions the ending was a bit of a let down... If a friend hadn't pointed it out that it was a series, and I should give the rest a chance, I wouldn't have carried on. I am so glad that I did. Thank you. Well worth listening to and the second in the series made a good come back, winning me over. So yeah, you got off on that one... but only just....
Think I'm gonna be saying, S Shoot S for a while though it has to be my fav laugh out loud moment, and XE brings such life to it, sad or happy. Great stuff.
If you read this review and are unsure, don't be. One of the best books you'll listen to.