- File Size: 1770 KB
- Print Length: 274 pages
- Publisher: EN Fiction, Inc. (March 13, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XKXFPJR
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #227 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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She's the One (Just Everyday Heroes: Night Shift) Kindle Edition
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I loved the other side of Amanda that she felt comfortable showing Ryan. Even though Ryan’s mother was somewhat of a hippy, I felt bad that he felt like he didn’t know how to have a long term relationship during good times as well as bad times. This was such a good book, and I strongly encourage you to read the book.
Several chapters in things start to reverse. Total beep-beep-beep reverse. The heroine has gone from a one night out on the town crazy person back to the person her family knows who wants to take care of everybody. Her one crazy night, date guy has gone from wanting to get her to bed as quickly as possible to wanting to take care of HER. His actions are really sweet and he makes progress in having a relationship with her.
I thought it was funny that when Amanda wanted to show Ryan that she liked him for more than sex, Ryan thought she was putting him totally in "the friend zone". Miscommunication is awful in relationships and couldn't get much worse than this. In the end, Amanda and Ryan were really good together. The heat factor in this book was great once it got back to a normal relationship. Nicholas blends just the right amount of heat and heart to leave you very content at the end!
She’s the One is the 1st book in a 5 part Just Everyday Heroes:Night Shift series by Erin Nicholas. It is apparently a continuation of sorts to Nicholas’ Bradford series (Just Everyday Heroes:Day Shift with some characters bridging the gap. I haven’t read the Bradford series as of yet but with some characters I’ve met I definitely will start asap.
Amanda Dixon is the oldest of her 3 sisters. Her brother Connor is their oldest sibling and has been a father figure in their lives since their Dad died unexpectedly years ago. She is the leader, the mother hen, the one she wants her sister to come to for advice, help or anything really. She doesn’t want to let her brother or sisters down, even as she has a secret in her past only Connor knows about. She knows she needs to have more of a life for herself but she can’t seem to stop. Can she find a way to work and have fun too?
Ryan Kaye is an all around manly man. He is a top-notch paramedic, football player and party guy. He knows the Dixon sisters as well as their brother Connor, his quarterback, and can honestly say he is interested. Emma has flirted with him in the past but they’ve never hooked up, not that he corrects the assumptions on that rumor.
Amanda assumes Ryan and her sister Emma have hooked up in the past, she envys Emma and how she handles herself. During a birthday party for her youngest sister, Olivia makes a birthday wish that Amanda and Emma trade places for one weekend. Each living life the way the other one would. That leads Amanda to make some wild choices for her weekend and she wants Ryan along for the ride. A motto of WWED (What Would Emma Do) makes her realize she had the wild child inside already.
Ryan can’t believe Amanda wants him to be a part of her wild weekend. He is definitely the man for the job. What he doesn’t count on is being the tame one during their night out. He realizes Amanda needs to get something out of her system and he doesn’t like the way she thinks about him and his past. He does the hardest thing by walking away. Can he make her realize she needs him for more than just one wild night?
They have quite a few obstacles to overcome, Connor, a car accident and missed signals but Amanda and Ryan are both strong characters who know what they want.
I read this book 2nd after reading book #2 first. I can honestly say that usually bugs the heck out of me. Not so with this author and this series. Each book is individual even though part of a series. You can easily read each on its own and know pretty much all there is to know to enjoy the story. I love that about books in a series. It doesn’t always help my OCD with reading order but it wasn’t unbearable.
I will most certainly read more from Erin Nicholas (and have already).
Looking forward to reading about the other siblings, especially Emma.