Review: You and Only You



It’s never too late
Mike Dalton has secretly loved LilyAnn Bronte since they were all children together in the small town of Blessings, Georgia. But one fateful day T.J. Lachlan roars into town and starts showering LilyAnn with his charm, and Mike feels his dream of them being more than friends slipping away.

To find the love you missed
LilyAnn, as anyone in Blessings will tell you, let herself go after her fiancée was killed in Iraq. The attention of the handsome new guy shocks her into a revelation: she’s ready to live again, and maybe the best is yet to come. The thing is, everybody in Blessings is sure it’s Mike and LilyAnn who belong together-and they’re willing to do whatever it takes to make LilyAnn realize the love of her life has been by her side all along.

My Rating: 5 stars

My Review: 

Sharon Sala has done it again with her latest romance novel, You and Ony You. A story that features a decent man, who pines after a woman, who sees him as just a friend. However, he longs to have her as more than just a friend. It takes a long time before LilyAnn realizes just how much she needs Mike in her life. She is stuck living in the past over a past lover, who died, while serving his country. Now, fate has something, in store, for both Mike and LilyAnn. Readers will have to read this beautifully told story to find out what happens.

I loved reading this new romance. You and Only You, shows us that patience can and will win. Mike’s patience is just about to run out when things go bad for him and then for LilyAnn. She rescues him after he falls, and he rescues her after she’s been hurt. Both of these two charming characters come to life. Their pain and feelings become our own. Readers can see, hear, and feel the scenes as they happen. Sharon Sala never disappoints her readers. There’s always a new thrilling adventure ahead, with a story that will tug at readers’ hearts. Fun, sweet, and a little bit mysterious, You and Only You, is a must read for all. I enjoyed following the characters as the novel developed. I can’t wait to read the next brilliant piece by Sharon Sala. Overall, I highly recommend this to readers everywhere.



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