- File Size: 245 KB
- Print Length: 88 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Night Shift Publishing; First Edition edition (August 11, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 11, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MNK7I32
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #407,863 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Only One (The Reed Brothers Series Book 9) Kindle Edition
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Only One is a powerful novella. It is an emotional story of life and death. It celebrates the very meaning of life, love, and family. It shows the power of forgiveness and the power of love. It also shows the beauty of hope.
Only One features the story of Nick and Carrie, two young people stepping into their new “adult” life. The summer after graduation should be one of celebration, independence, fun, and parties. For Carrie it is a summer of dread. She is forced to spend the summer at their family beach house in North Carolina with her estranged mother. Her feelings of resentment and loathing get in the way of experiencing what could be the best summer of her life. She has to learn how to forgive and cherish each moment in life.
Nick lost his parents a year before graduation. He is on his own and struggling to survive. He hangs on to the values and life lessons his parents taught him. He cherishes the examples they set for love and relationships. He would give anything to have one more moment to tell them how much they meant to him.
When Nick and Carrie re establish their friendship they will gain new outlooks on life. They will learn the true meaning of love. They will learn what is important in life. They will make new friends (The Reed Family). They will suffer hurt and loss. They will gain love and hope.
Even if you have not read the Reed Brothers series read Only One. It is a beautiful story that will bring you to tears and leave you with a strong sense of hope.
Tammy Falkner did a beautiful job telling Nick and Carrie’s story. It is obvious that this was a story that she had to write. It will touch your soul.
5 stars= LOVE it! Couldn't put it down and the story was amazing. I scream from the mountain tops for my friends to read it! Once or twice I may have told a friend I wasn't answering her calls until she read it. I think that highly of my 5* reviews :)
4 stars = Really like it. There was just something missing to where I wasn't in love, or there was something that bugged me. I would probably tell my friend to read it. If I thought they would like that kind of story.
3 stars= It was ok. It isn't bad, but I just felt "meh" while reading it and wouldn't recommend it to my friends
2 stars= I just really didn't like the book. Some books have really annoying characters, nothing at all happens, or I just dont feel connected to the characters so I dont want to keep reading. And if I dont feel connected then reading becomes a chore. I would not recommend these books to a friend. Or enemy :)
1 star= Didnt like it, and I couldnt finish. I have read around 400 books, and I have only given 3 or 4 a 1 star ratings.
Nick & Carrie have history, and the story does follow their relationship, but it's essentially About Carrie reconnicting with someone before it's too late.
And the Reed's work themselves in & I really liked how they did! We get to catch up with them & it's all just so well done! Fans of the series will adore this, & if you want to give it a read w/o starting at book one, you could do that, too. A warning, tho, if you do that, you WILL want to go back to read all about my Reed brothers, because they are that good!
love this! :)
I was super impressed with how unpredictable the story with Carrie's parents was. Falkner's most recent books have been good at throwing in an unusual twist in the end! Carrie and Nick's relationship was sweet, and I appreciate her dad coming around in the end. He wasn't a bad guy...just a man with a teenage daughter! As always, no complaints in any books with the Reed boys-and I appreciate a little peek into their future as well. Can't wait for Sam's book to come out in December!