His One and Only: 50 Loving States, Alabama

His One and Only Loving States Alabama The sixth smoking hot interracial romance in the Loving States series Fifteen years ago Josie Witherspoon vowed to leave Alabama and never ever think of Beau Prescott the rich high school quarte

  • Title: His One and Only: 50 Loving States, Alabama
  • Author: Theodora Taylor
  • ISBN: 9780984919369
  • Page: 307
  • Format: ebook
  • The sixth smoking hot interracial romance in the 50 Loving States series Fifteen years ago, Josie Witherspoon vowed to leave Alabama and never, ever think of Beau Prescott, the rich high school quarterback who broke her heart, again WellLife didn t quite work out that way One terrible failed marriage later, and she s right back in Alabama, now working as a housekeeperThe sixth smoking hot interracial romance in the 50 Loving States series Fifteen years ago, Josie Witherspoon vowed to leave Alabama and never, ever think of Beau Prescott, the rich high school quarterback who broke her heart, again WellLife didn t quite work out that way One terrible failed marriage later, and she s right back in Alabama, now working as a housekeeper for Beau Prescott after the pro quarterback is injured in a life altering accident The plan is to keep her head down, do her job, and collect her paycheck But then Beau has to go and make her a rather indecent proposalTwo damaged people one blazing hot love story HIS ONE AND ONLY is here to turn up your summer heat

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    927 thoughts on “His One and Only: 50 Loving States, Alabama”

    1. I don’t know if you can really call this a love story. It sometimes felt like a dramedy of errors. It would probably be best to call it a “sex story”. The “love” part, if you can call it that, came about when Josie and Beau were teenagers. We, the readers, don’t get to see how their feelings for each other developed as they grew up, and the key moments in that time of their lives are only briefly touched upon, not providing enough substance.Most of “His One and Only” happens in t [...]


    2. Josie and Beau grew up together in the same house but worlds apart. Beau was the only son a rich steel magnet, while Josie was the daughter of the housekeeper that looked after them both. Their class differences became more apparent as the aged and created a rift that severed their friendship. Theodora, always writes a good book but sometimes her previous works interferes. I can't penalize her because another of her books still has it's hooks in me. Even though it's not my favorite, still pretty [...]



    3. It is now 1 am, and after having spent the last 3 hours reading & being captivated by this well crafted piece of IRR fiction, I have to say that I am well pleased with this book. Although it had a few quirks, this book was Awesome!!!! The characters & storyline were well developed, and the naughty scenes were not so heavy that it would make you automatically roll your eyes.Ms. Taylor has impressed me so, to the point where I will strongly consider buying her future ebooks, on the spot. S [...]


    4. Theodora Taylor is a genius writer. From the name of the characters Josie (sounds so cute) and Beau ( just makes me think of a big country boy) to the description of the characters. Beau sounded like a raven haired Clay Mathews, yummy! Even to how engaging these characters were, the fact that the antagonist in the story are rascism and the characters own fear and anxiety stemming from their past.My only knock on this book is that many of the story lines are a bit formulaic. A very rich white man [...]


    5. Josie and Beau were star crossed lovers. When they finally got together, I felt bad in how Beau was treating Josie because he loved her, but he was a complete jerk because he thought that he wasn't good enough for her because of his new found disability. Josie lost a part of herself when she got married to her ex-husband but coming back to Alabama brought back the passion to her that she had been missing. I can't continue w/o giving too much away, but it was a good read.


    6. This book was heartfelt. I liked the fact that the H and h grew up together. There is nothing like a friends to lovers story. I loved Josie's spunk and her cat-eye glasses. I just wish Beau, with his FINE ASS, could have been a little nicer to Josie. Especially, once he found out about Wayne and all the abuse. ;-)


    7. I really enjoyed this story and can't wait for the next. Beau was a spoiled brat who finally figured how to get what he wanted the most Josie.




    8. I was so excited to see a new book in this series and I was not disappointed. I love the stories Theodora weaves and I am a fan of the 50 states series. I wish that the heroine's back story with her dad and ex husband and the volunteer work she did were fleshed out a lot more as Josie was really smart and interesting and a lot more likeable than Beau. Beau was an ass, which Josie called him and thought quite frequently, but had his back story with an unaffectionate, frivolous, slightly alcoholic [...]


    9. Josie really had it rough in this one. I was hoping for her and Colin to live the happily ever after seeing how into her he was. It was kind of a disappointment to see how far she'd fallen. The mess with her ex was just crazy though. I was surprised that she'd actually met someone else. Beau seemed like a total ass but his parents were much worse. The mother was a fool and Josie should've stood up to her better seeing she had them both in her palm more then they had her. Good read but I really w [...]


    10. Abuse is abuse is abuse.I am so mad at Josie, even more so at Beau. That was rape no matter how much it was gussied up.And by the end, Beau still proved how much of an abuser he was. You don't have to hit to hurt someone.I might come back to review this properly, but right now*waves middle finger*


    11. What a true bastard. Hero was a real turn off. He was just as much an abuser as the ex. And guess what buddy, you saying you love her is not enough, because all abusers say the same, and they all claim to be the exception that really means it.


    12. Liked itA good backstory but I did not care for the way that Josie was demeaned by Beau. I did like that he suffered doe to his own ego.




    13. I was a bit bored by this read. I never felt the connection between the two characters and it made for a story I was just reading to read. The book also ended waaay too abruptly. Probably my least favorite book in the series. Josie was a spineless pushover and beau was a completely heartless selfish jerk.


    14. NiceI like the characters in the book as well as the connection to serious issues plaguing society: domestic violence and blindness. However, there were several grammatical errors that were obvious and off putting. Overall good book.


    15. It was good, but I just cant look over at his abusive behavior, even if he doesnt hit her, you can be abusive towards your partnert.The flashbacks were so much better than the "present". WOuld have wished to develop more that stage. It had the potential, but I could not finish it.DNF 70%


    16. Sad and goodThis book was sad and good at the same time! Who knew blindness would bring two people back together in the name of lovegood book!


    17. Great bookRead these books out of sequence because I did not follow instructions. Already knew the end. Still worth reading it through.


    18. So good.I loved this story, although Colin's story is my favorite. The way this couple was able the heal and still love each other was so beautiful.


    19. I really enjoyed this one a lot. I loved getting to read about how much Beau loves and adores her. I know they obviously went through hell and back but it was beautiful.


    20. I needed more of…something from this book. It was okay, as was their relationship. There was not enough information for me to get invested in this pairing. There were a lot of grammatical errors, which makes me think that it wasn’t edited for either grammar or content. Beau was a jerk. There wasn’t anything likable about him. I liked Josie. She deserved a lot better than she him.Also, their original conflict was never resolved. Beau never learned why Josie acted the way she did or vice ver [...]


    21. The story was good the execution was a little off. Parts of it felt rushed at the end. I get a little irritated when we wait an entire book for the H/h to get their act together then it wham, bam, and they lived HEA. I want to know did Beau condition stay the same forever? Or after some time and the research was complete it changed? Did Josie ever get pregnant? I guess we all just get to pick. The ending we want.Also it's a irks me when the author just repeats word for word both view points. I d [...]


    22. Overall a good story. I liked the history the main characters Beau and Josie shared. I liked this romance well enough and this was the second time read for me. I wish there would've been a little bit more development of their relationship because this book felt a little short to me. I wish it would've delved into Beau's blindness a little more and compared to Taylor's other romance couples this couple had a shorter story. Overall it was a good read, but I wished it offered a little more in terms [...]


    23. I enjoyed "His One and Only." I have not read and book by this author that has not been exceptional and this story was no different. Beau was trying to fight his demons while trying to evade his true feelings for Josie by paying for her time. Josie, on the other hand, put her pride aside, taking a menial position out of desperation and ended up reconnecting with her first love. Great book, and looking forward to more!


    24. This book was very emotional. I loved that the Josie and beau grew up together. There is nothing like a friends to lovers story. I loved Josie's spunk and her character I just wish Beau, with his could have been a nicer and more sympathetic towards Josie, especially, once he found out about Wayne and all the abuse.Overall all I loved the story and definitely worth a read!!


    25. I'm not necessarily a fan of IRR (don't like or dislike it, frankly), but this series is great. I enjoyed this book but I did think it was a little formulaic. I liked the chemistry between these characters but wished we could have seen a little more of that between them.


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