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Let Me Be the One (The Sullivans) Mass Market Paperback – December 31, 2013
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Once again, we get to see the Sullivan family interact, which I love. We see the laid-back and easygoing Ryan struggle with his feelings for Vicki and we find out he is way deeper than we saw in previous books. I loved how this book is a friends to lovers to more story! Each Sullivan book is different in the approach for HEA. My only critique (as a HUGE baseball fan) is the team name. Ryan plays for a non-existent MLB team in real life. San Francisco has the Giants. I wondered if the author couldn't use the proper team due to MLB rules, but she references a game against the St Louis Cardinals, so I'm not sure. Otherwise, loved this book!
Ryan is a strong determined man.
The chemistry is okay between these two.
I don't like this story. These two don't fit. Even with love smacking them in the face they don't get it. I don't think they work at all.
The constant doubting and rehashing is enough to make me not want to finish reading the book.
Each book is based on one of the San Francisco Sullivans romance. Each book could stand alone, but it would be remiss, not to read them all as they tie together beautifully. In book 6 we hear Ryan's romance with childhood friend Vciki. Ryan is a star baseball player and Vicki has newly arrived in town after a dismal divorce. The two meet again after many years and sparks fly!
The Alpha Sullivan Males: Chase, the world class photographer; Marcus the oldest, a Nappa Valley Vintner; Gabe, the San Francisco fire fighter; Zach the auto racing/mechanic mogul; Ryan the professional baseball star; Smith, the gorgeous movie star. The Sullivan women: Sophie the San Francisco librarian; Lori, the world class dancer/choreographer; Mary their mother and the former model; Jack the Patriarch and advertising executive.
I read all nine of the San Francisco Sullivan books in order, but somehow I felt that Mary's story was the most poignant I guess because the reader knows from the first of the series that Jacks life is cut short. Of the siblings Lori's story is the most fun. There is something intriguing about it taking place in the rural one horse, but lovely town, of Pescadero, CA, just over the mountains from the millions of people in Silicon Valley that appeals to my need to escape to the serenity it evokes. Chase's story on the other hand just maybe the sexiest in the series.
Ryan went on to play major league baseball. He was going to see Vicki after she graduated from college, but she ended up getting married to an older artist who was also a sculptor. After ten years of marriage, Vicki ended it. She came back to San Francisco and felt uneasy about a meeting with one of the board members regarding a fellowship she was applying for, so she called Ryan to come and help her. Ryan was there in a flash and they ended up pretending they were dating. You need to read the book to see what happens.
Ryan was known as a player, but it was only because he could not find anyone like Vicki. He wanted a chance with her, but he didn't want too ruin their friendship and had no idea how she felt about him. Vicki's self esteem was beaten down some from her marriage, but when she was around Ryan she could be herself. I loved their relationship. As always, the Sullivan brothers and sisters were there to help when help was needed. I have never read a bad book from Ms. Andre, and I encourage you to get this book.