When you've finished this compelling novel your mind won't stop there, but continues the story.
The author deftly and lovingly introduces a series of characters whose lonely lives reflect fractured families and frustrated dreams.
How each of them relate their "only story" and help each other find their way is a story you will not want to end.
An emotional read.....Sad about the ending....but it shows the resilience of the human being...love Monica 's books.Published 19 days ago by Cecelia Blake
I love all of Monica Wood's books, and this is no exception. Treat yourself to a great read!Published 6 months ago by Shafer
I've lately been disappointed in novels picked up at the library. Poor grammar and passive writing from "New York Times bestselling" authors. Finally hit on a good one. Read morePublished on March 2, 2013 by POV
Simply a good story well told. Unpredictable, insightful and honest.
Monica is a writer who knows how to depict the quirky world we live in and the twists and turns that... Read more
This is a beautifully written book, full of suspense and heart and a philosophy about living life to its fullest, set amidst a plot of a hairstylist's search for happiness and... Read morePublished on October 28, 2008 by Eileen Granfors
I hated this book. I kept thinking that it had to get better based on the reviews on Amazon. Her neediness was oppressive. Ugh!Published on January 28, 2008 by mame
This lovely novel tells the story of broken people and their search for redemption in life. Rita, a lonely and reflective haridresser, befriends John, who is suffering from his... Read morePublished on December 13, 2005 by Gigilicious
My Only Story is an enchanting book. Wood's mastery of the language creates beautiful, sometimes poetic prose. Read morePublished on July 1, 2003 by Jean McMillan
heartfelt and beautifully written, Ms.Woods characters are endearing and familiar. We can only hope that this is not her "Only Story" as my shelves could use more books... Read morePublished on September 24, 2002