My One and Only

My One and Only

by Terri Osburn

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ISBN-13: 9781503935037
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 05/17/2016
Series: Ardent Springs Series , #3
Pages: 280
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Born in the Ohio Valley, Amazon and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Terri Osburn spent her childhood between the covers of her favorite books. Her love of the romance genre began in her teens and never faded. Just five years after she penned her first romance novel, she was named a 2012 finalist for Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart Award for Meant to Be, which went on to become her debut release. She resides in Virginia with her tolerant teenager, pampered pets, and beloved books.

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My One and Only 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ReadYourWrites More than 1 year ago
My One and Only was probably one of the most refreshing books that I have read all year. It may have had the usual cliches such as the overbearing mother and the small town gossip but the one thing that it didn’t have was a hero with a checkered past still trying to slay his demons. No, in this book, the hero is a mechanic named Cooper Ridgeway who didn’t bend to his father’s will and decided to follow his own passion of working on cars. Cooper owns a successful auto repair shop and everyone in the small town of Ardent Springs, Tennessee knows that he is a good guy even if he wishes that he wasn’t sometimes. On the other hand, the heroine, OB/GYN Haleigh Mitchner is all sorts of screwed up thanks to her mother. Haleigh is a recovering alcoholic and she just moved back to town after ending her engagement to an up and coming plastic surgeon that her mother loves. Cooper runs into Haleigh when he rushes a young stranger in labor to the town hospital where Haleigh works. The young girl, Jessi is in town to find the father she never knew so she and her newborn can have a family. Jessi ends up moving into the house of Cooper’s twin sister Abby who is also renting a room to Haleigh. Being the white knight that he is, Cooper decides to help Jessi find her father. In addition, Cooper also tries to show Haleigh that she deserves to be happy with a good man like him. Haleigh struggles with her past and present situation. She continues to try and appease her mom while demeaning herself. To make things more complicated, Abby doesn’t want Haleigh who just so happens to be her best friend since third grade, anywhere near Cooper. Abby knows Haleigh’s track record with men and alcohol so she refuses to let her brother get hurt or suffer the same abuse that she and Cooper suffered from their own alcoholic father. Cooper is the best part of this book. He thinks that he isn’t good enough for Haleigh but he pursues her anyway. He has loved her most of his life and refuses to walk away. He doesn’t care about her flaws or her past. If I couldn’t see how good they were for each other, I would have wanted Cooper to give up. Oddly enough, they really were complementary to each other and very compatible between the sheets. Speaking of those sheets, they were on fire and some of the scenes were rather explicit and unexpected so be prepared for a cold shower. All in all, I was very impressed with this book. **Received a copy from Montlake Romance in exchange for an honest unbiased opinion.**
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
An awesome story that takes us back to to small town of Ardent Springs. This is Cooper and Haleigh's story and it's fantastic. While there are a couple of very interesting sub-plots to this one the main focus is the developing relationship between Cooper and Haleigh. Haleigh may seem to have her life together. Respectable OB/gyn, back in her hometown and working hard. What most people don't know is that she has a strained relationship with her mother and she's overcome some very serious problems in her past. When Cooper Ridgeway shows up in her hospital with a very pregnant teenager she knows that he is that same kind "rescuer" she knew in high school. What she doesn't know is that Cooper has never forgotten her and even though he doesn't know if he deserves someone like her and can't help but want her. Could she be happy with the town mechanic? Will he still want her when he knows all her secrets?? This is definitely a book I recommend to everyone.