Review: He Could Be The One
Amason Digital
May 2017
Contemporary Romance
REVIEWER:  Brenda Larnell| RATING: A
REVIEW:  What happens when a well-known player propositions an alpha female into accepting a thirty day ‘let’s get to know each other better’ deal? Well, you have the basis for an entertaining, witty, and sexy story that features Quinn Sommers, the heroine and Lance Donovan, the hero. Author, Reon Laudat revisits Mistywood Lane where she highlights another Sommers sister. Quinn is an outspoken, outgoing, take no prisoners woman who is determined not to fall for the slick-talking, king of the players Lance. However, there’s a small but not easily overlooked problem. Quinn recognizes the strong, sexual attraction that is present whenever she and Lance are in the same space.

In the thirty-day trial period that both Quinn and Lance agree to, there is a lot to be considered and revealed. For one, we find out some intriguing insights about both Quinn and Lance as they get to know each other better. Between the two, Lance’s backstory is riveting, and whatever flaws he may possess, are explained by his backstory. I’ll just leave that right there. One of the sexiest scenes that I’ve read in a while (Chapter 13 to be exact) occurs under a Super moon, on Lance’s grandmother’s patio with the sultry sounds of Smokey Robinson’s You Really Got a Hold on Me playing in the background. You will truly get that when you read the book.

The side characters are memorable beginning with Quinn’s sisters, Reese and Blair to Lance’s grandmother, Toots (rhymes with foots). Side Note: Reese is the heroine of the first Mistywood Lane novel,
WELCOME TO MISTYWOOD LANE. Lance’s boys and business partners, are Gabriel (Reese’s man), and Julian. They are all involved in the storyline and help to advance it.

I enjoyed reading Quinn and Lance’s story. As a matter of fact, I suggest that you also pick up book one of the Mistywood  Lane Series. As an avid romance reader, I find the Sommers sisters’ stories totally engaging.
HE COULD BE THE ONE is a good read, and I recommend it.

6th May 2017 |