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Review: ‘The Only One’ by Magan Vernon

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Review: ‘The Only One’ by Magan Vernon

The Only One

by Magan Vernon
Series: Only #3
Published by Beautifully Broken Books on October 7, 2013
Genres: New Adult
Pages: 302
Format: eBook
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four-stars

Honor student, manager at the campus coffee shop, owner of an impressive sweater collection – Melanie Wilder has it all together. Then John “John Boy” Walden strolls into her life wearing nothing more than an impish grin and all-too-revealing loin cloth.
Soon, make-out sessions replace homework, lust triumphs over work. And to further crumble her perfect world, an unexpected phone call threatens to take away everything she’s worked for.
Now, as Melanie struggles to pick up the pieces, she realizes that John may be the only one to put her life back together…unless he shatters it first.
This is not a sequel to The Only Exception. It's a companion novel with two characters from the first book. You don't need to read The Only Exception to understand this book.

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