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You'RE the One (Zebra Contemporary Romance) Mass Market Paperback – 27 Dec 2001

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 334 pages
  • Publisher: Zebra Books (27 Dec. 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0821771418
  • ISBN-13: 978-0821771419
  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 10.7 x 2.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,004,026 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A magical tale of modern romance follows Cassandra Kinross, who has finally found the man of her dreams in Rand MacPherson, a sexy man who is not intimidated by her unusual qualities. Original.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Romance Lover on 19 April 2002
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Rand Macpherson inherits a house. A house that hasn't been lived in for 100 years. Vowing to restore it to it's former glory, he discovers, to his amusement, that he has a resident ghost.
Cassandra Kinross had lived the past century alone and that's how she likes it. She doesn't want anyone in the house she calls her own, definately not a Macpherson. So she calls on her powers as a spirit and a witch to try and change the Macpherson's mind. But much to her annoyance all he will do is laugh at her attempts to discourage him.
A very amusing book, this author has definately got the magic touch when writing a contemporary romance with a twist. I fell in love with Rand's character and loved Cassandra's strong will and independance.
This book is a definate must for anyone who enjoys a light hearted read. I for one have already bought I DREAM OF YOU by Judi McCoy.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
One of a kind romance novel! 29 Dec. 2001
By Amazon Customer - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
"You're the One" by Judi McCoy is different than any other romance novel I've ever read. This romance involves a man who's very much alive and a woman who very much isn't...and hasn't been for quite some time. I know what you're thinking...that there's no way that a living, breathing man and a ghost can fall in love and find happiness. I too was a little skeptical when I picked up the book, but a few chapters in Judi McCoy had convinced me that it was in fact very possible.
Randall MacPherson, the president of MacPherson Development, has just inherited the family manor. It's been boarded up for longer than anyone can count and they say that it's haunted, or at least Rand's crazy uncle Colin said so. Rand, always having a certain respect and love for the old house, decides to move in and begin the tedious job of restoring the old Victorian back to it's original glory. What he doesn't know is that the old ghost tale is in fact true and he's inherited the spirit as well. And she's not too happy to have him!
Cassandra Kinross' story is such a sad one. Forced to marry American Colin MacPherson by her strict Scottish father, Cassandra moves into the new mansion to await her wedding day. Unfortunantely for Cassandra, that day never arrives, as she is buried alive in a make-shift coffin from a closet where she meets her untimely death. Awakening to find herself in the spirit world, Cassandra casts a curse on Colin and all of his male kin that none may find true happiness or love. The curse itself cannot be broken until Cassandra finds her one true love.
The interaction between Rand and Cassandra is at times funny, heartbreaking, and passionate. It's amazing to see Cassandra's transformation from a spirit into a human being as she begins to fall in love with Rand. It's also interesting to see the struggle inside Cassandra as she must overlook her hate for the MacPherson's and accept a man she's cursed into her heart.
Aside from Rand and Cassandra, there is another romance forming between Rand's newly single sister Nancy and his co-worker and longtime friend Bill. These two have always had an attraction to the other, and now that Nancy has divorced her cheating husband Warren (a plastic surgeon), Bill decides to make his move. Their romance is put to the test though by Nancy's two young children, who very much miss their father and are not too eager for another one.
If you're looking for a different sort of contemporary romance novel, "You're the One" by Judi McCoy is right up your alley.
Gennie Bailey-Rogers
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Charming second book 11 Aug. 2003
By Sally Reader - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Judi McCoy is a great new voice in paranormal romance. In this story, Cassandra Kinross's spiteful fiance bricks her behind a closet when she refuses to marry him. Cassandra, who practiced witchcraft in her native Scotland, curses her fiance and all his descendants. 100 years later, Rand McPherson inherits the house from his great great uncle, who went mad after he was abandoned by his bride on their wedding day.
Cassandra is furious that another McPherson male is taking over her house and her life. Rand is thrilled he has his own personal ghost. Through love and magic, Cassandra finds her way to become human. Rand admits that he loves her, but cannot believe her.
The ending is heartwrenching and frightening at the same time. The story made me laugh and cry, and definitely believe that true love will always find a way.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Lighthearted Fun 23 Jan. 2002
By Amy Leemon - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Just imagine the havoc a ghost can bring to a guy who is trying to remodel the house she has been living in for the past 100 years and you have an idea of the fun that's in store for you if you read this book. Cassandra is a VERY inventive ghost.
But aside from Cassandra, 2 of my favorite characters are Rand's mother and Madame Ragnar who ride around in a Humm-vee and try to help Cassandra without Rand knowing.
"You're the One" is funny and (okay, here it comes!) "spirited" with a surprise or two at the end.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Nice, if you don't take your romance `seriously' 26 Aug. 2002
By Shamim Adam - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Judi McCoy's You're the One is a story of a young witch who was murdered by an enraged fiancee on their wedding day 100 years ago and entombed in a grand house he had built.
A century later, her murderer's decendant, Rand McPherson, reopened the house and planned to renovate and refurbish it. He was delighted to see Cassandra Kinross existed, true to the family legend and wants to get to know her.
Cassandra is not too thrilled with the renovation and tries to sabotage the operations. But because she was complacent the last 100 years and did not bother to practise her magic, it wasn't very powerful to say the least.
Judi's story takes a twist because Cassandra does not remain a ghost and somehow becomes more and more solid, until she's almost human. And that's complicated by Rand falling in love with her though he does not want to take advantage of her dependence on him as she has already been wronged by his family.
You're The One is a light tale on love between a supernatural and a human. If you're one of those who wants romance to be serious and somewhat based on reality, then you might want to give this a miss. Otherwise, it's an enjoyable book to read.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Really Cute! 2 May 2003
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
When I read the blurb on this one I just wasn't sure it would work for me. But, since I liked Judi McCoy's other books, I gave it a try. I have to confess I enjoyed it to the hilt. Yes, it's light; yes, it requires a little suspension of disbelief, but the funny, sexy, and quite delightful tale is worth the read. I particularly liked Rand's mom and the medium and their prosaically mystical attempts to help the two lovers. What a hoot. Enjoy!
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