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The One He Chose

The One He Chose

4.5 2
by Wendy Burke
A year after losing her beloved husband, Grace Wizler learns he left a special surprise for her. A fabulous getaway in the beautiful Canadian Rockies that includes a date with a mystery man arranged through Madame Eve's 1NightStand dating service. She's shocked and intrigued...what was Ben thinking?

Grace's date is charming, handsome and about to find out

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The One He Chose 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What an emotional ride THE ONE HE CHOSE is. Those who don't know me, I'm a bit of a sop, and cry at nearly anything remotely emotional. Ms.Burke sure made my tears roll with this lovely addition to Decadent Publishing's 1 Night Stand Series. One year after loosing her husband, Grace gets a letter informing her that her late husband has arranged a luxury weekend away in the Canadian Rockies. And not just any weekend away. Oh no. This weekend away is arranged via Madame Eve's exclusive match-making agency, 1 NightStand to which a date has been arranged for her. A date her husband has made for her. Such a selfless act, on her husbands part, and I really felt for Grace in her predicament. Both Grace and her late husband, Ben, have stayed with me long after reading the last page. To me, that's the sign of a well written book. Short is may be. But nothing was skimped in telling this tale!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read a great deal of these ns1 stories and I like the format. This was a very sweet story and i loved it except for the ending.. the end of these format stories is generally a little clipped for my taste but this one was sadly left on such a sad note. Itb shoulg have at least continued back to yhe two of them at least hinting at permanency. Sad enings even though happy in context are not what i reas light hearted novellas for.