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The One For Me: A Danvers Novel Mass Market Paperback – February 2, 2016
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Praise for the Danvers Novels
“Wonderful.…Landon’s foray into contemporary romance has just the right amount of angst, sass, sexiness, humor, and, of course, romance.”—Fresh Fiction
“If you like the Cinderella-style story, this modern-day version is sure to be a hit.”—Once Upon a Twilight
About the Author
Sydney Landon is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Danvers series, including Because of You, Watch Over Me, Always Loving You, and No Denying You. She lives in South Carolina with her husband and two children, who keep life interesting and borderline insane, but never boring. When she isn't writing, Sydney enjoys reading, swimming and being a mini-van driving soccer mom.
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Top customer reviews
What is it with women and my shoees. Most of the time I have women wanting to lick them and other things, but not this beautiful, spitfire. Nope, she decides to throw up on them and then pass out. What's a man to do? Take her to my home and help her as I never have with another woman. Now why is that? She intrigues me, with her snarky remarks and her cute quotes. Well maybe just a taste.
What these two find is unexpected and quick but while they maybe trying to fool everyone, their parents are not fooled and if anyone can tear these two apart, it's them. Will they be able to overcome the blocks in their path or will mommy and daddy's win in the end?
I might just have fallen in love with a new man. Gray and Declan will always have my heart, but Mark maybe added to that duo. I love how he's trying to take it slow with the one person who has taken it slow her whole life. He tries to play the flirting game, but it seems to much for him. Or should I say that Crystal is to much for him. I love that their both sassy and willing to give and take (well more Crystal than Mark, because well he is an alpha) with each other. Mark makes us all believe in the fairytale man just a little more and what woman have come to make up in their heads as something that we should strive for in life and how we should be treated (well mostly) and Sydney does that for us.
Sydney does it once again. She has taken two people who would be unlikely to have noticed one another and thrown them together. The writing was spot-on, and the story flowed very well. She gave it the drama aspect that I have come to love in her books. Let me just say I wanted to rip off her mother's arms and beat her with them. What a b*tch. As with all the Danvers books, Sydney has delivered a story full of determination, spunk, and love wrapped up in a gorgeous couple. Enjoy!
This story is about Crystal Webber and Mark DeSanto.
Since her divorce, Crystal is dealing with her overbearing mother and ex-husband who wants to give their marriage another go. All she wants to do is move on, especially with the sinfully good looking alpha male Mark DeSanto.
Crystal has been watching Mark from afar ever since his company has joined Danvers. Crystal’s first real interaction with Mark is when she vomits on his favourite pair of shoes and passes out in his arms. Mark doesn’t know what to do with this beautiful women passed out in his arms. He quickly gets his driver (cousin) to bring the car around and he takes for home (his angel). This is where their story starts.
For Mark he has never wanted a serious relationship after watching his parent’s disastrous marriage. For some unknown reason Crystal has gotten under his skin and Mark finds himself wanting to take a chance on her and love.
Watching these two find their way to each other, overcoming obstacles, was a wonderful read. I also loved how we still got to hear about previous characters (I still love Susie). At various times you will find yourself laughing and frustrated at the characters, but still loving the story. Looking forward to hearing more in this series.