- File Size: 1746 KB
- Print Length: 336 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Christie Ridgway (July 11, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 11, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0721YFZMK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #310,643 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
One Love (One & Only Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Talk about holding a grudge. I think Mackenzie is the president of the grudge-holding club. I kept singing “Let it go. Let it go.” through the whole book. Then the “woe is me” came into play and I just wanted to slap her upside the head. She knew, he told her he was leaving and, yet, she couldn’t forgive him for leaving. When he comes back into her life, she doesn’t listen, doesn’t even try to understand, just treats him like dirt. I get it, she had her heart broken, she is afraid of the feelings she still has for him, she doesn’t want to lose her heart just to have him leave town again. But, she asks him to keep a secret that could ultimately destroy her family or could very well be their salvation.
Zan knows he messed up but there is nothing that could have kept him in Blue Arrow Lake. He had a wandering soul, could not afford to have anyone get close to him for fear that they would just leave and never come back. It was better if he just left even though he knew he would be hurting the people who treated him as one of their own. He’s back, not for long, just to settle his grandfather’s estate. He had no idea that he would see HER so soon and couldn’t help himself when he saw her standing there alone, swaying to the music. He couldn’t help himself when he saw her in the dinner. He couldn’t help himself when he woke from his illness and found her in his kitchen. He couldn’t help himself when he kissed her, told her he would keep the secret under his conditions. Now, he’s paying for his actions, he’s fighting his heart, he’s fighting for the girl that he lost and wants back.
The Walker Family is wonderful, loving, caring and open. They know that Zan broke Mac but, they also know that he was one of them. It’s time he remembers what he lost when he left and what he still has in Blue Arrow Lake. Through their persistence, love and understanding, Zan knows where he belongs and, it’s not “down the hill”.
Even though Mac drove me nuts, I loved One Love. Christie Ridgway did a wonderful job of showing us all sides of Mac and Zan. She wove the family into the picture, seamlessly. She made us understand why Zaz left and why Mac couldn’t forgive him. As she lets us into their past and present, Ms. Ridgway showed us exactly what forgiveness is, loving is and that the past should not define who we are today. Live with it, learn from it, look ahead to the future.
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Mackenzie Walker is the oldest sister in this close-knit group of siblings, she is a strong character but is she strong enough to make it through 3 of her siblings weddings? Mac has hid behind her business, always keeping busy and avoiding all emotions instead of dealing with the memories of the guy that broke her heart and dreams when he walked away from her 10 years ago. Now, that Zan has come home to deal with family business how will Mackenzie be able to deal with the weddings, her business, and her heart?
Alexander "Zan" Elliot has never felt like he fit in, he had the best of friends in the Walker family but it wasn't enough to fight the internal struggle he has been carrying around. He now finds himself returning home to Blue Arrow Lake, a place that holds good memories and nightmares. The one thing that Blue Arrow has that wandering the world would never have is the love of his life, the one girl whose heart he broke and whose life he truly was never willing to let go of. Will Zan be able to walk away from her for the second time or will his time home remind him of the family and the dreams that he once had?
One Love is a contemporary romance that will have you swooning, crying and falling in love with this beautiful family. I loved the characters, story-line, picturing the amazing scenes and feeling apart of their lives. 5 Star Must read
I loved this book-and every other book before it. I loved hearing about the mountains, their mother and father, and the characters' childhood. Zan and Mac were a couple when they were younger, but Zan left Mac high and dry to travel the world and be a part of a putting together documentaries. Zan's parting gift when he left the mountain was to ward every man away from Mac even though he no longer had any claim on her. After three failed engagements, because, lets face it-the men weren't Zan, Mac is thrown for a loop when Zan comes back into town years later to settle his grandfathers estate. As the two rekindle their romance-we are also introduced to Mac's employees romance-with Ash, who works along side of Zan. I have to admit-at first I didn't like how there was essentially two different couples in this book, but I ended up loving Tilda and Ash's story just as much, if not more than Mac and Zan.
There is a definite slow burn between the couples when they first see each other again-and it makes you want to read faster and faster to get to the point in which they finally put their egos aside and fall back into love with each other. It's worth the firework display of emotions when the couples finally realize they're truly meant to be together.
You'll want to read this series over and over again! And that's exactly what I plan on doing-I'm definitely a Walker fan for life! - By Victoria
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Mackenzie wasn't my favorite heroine in the beginning... I tried to love her right off the bat, I really did!Read more