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on 28 September 2011
Charming, serious, funny, sad, Only His was a book that had my heart racing! Why? I lived it, the death of a husband, stepping out of the box for a new job and walking away from a first love before he broke my heart! All of this was the focus of Only His, a most amazing love story.

This summer, I have so enjoyed reading Susan's (3) book series, Fools Gold. These books have been about the Hendrix Triplets.....Only Yours, Only Mine and this one Nevada's story, Only His. As the back cover states, Mallery has written a love story about "letting go, taking a chance, and finding love".

Nevada's other two sisters have found love and were planning a double wedding. Nevada was happy for them but secretly felt some loss. On top of that, she wanted a change from working for her brother and the family construction business. A new construction company was going to be building a casino and hotel in Fools Gold and she wanted to interview for the position. However, she believed she would be interviewing with the father and owner of Janack Construction. Not the man she fell in love ten years earlier. Of course, that was not the case, it was her first love, the son, Tucker Janack she would need to face. Let the games begin!

Then there was Nevada's mother Denise Hendrix, who had led an incredible life, was an excellent mother and loved her children and the Fools Gold residents with all of her heart. It had been years since her husband passed away and there was a hint that her first love had moved back to town. In fact, she had a tattoo with his name, Max. She was also dating again. However, it was a scene with Nevada walking in on Denise and Max on the kitchen table that had me choking with laughter.

That was not the only complication in Fools Gold. It was her attraction to Tucker; her memories of how years earlier he had broken her heart and had been captivated and obsessed with a world famous artist name Cat. On top of that, how Tucker had taken her virginity, how embarrassed she had been after the experience. Now this flamboyant artist had returned to Fools Gold to make Nevada and Tucker's new relationship even more complicated. I could not believe it and wondered how this would end.

Susan Mallery always weaves fascinating tales with her romances and with her magic, always includes secondary characters. There was Jo, the woman who owned Joe's Bar, Max, Denise's love interest, Will who was chasing after Jo. Not to mention Mayor Marsha, the two women who were Police and Fire Chief, the new Librarian and the "goat lady". There was a shortage of men in Fools Gold and these women were some of the key players. They supported each other. In time of need, they all took care of each other. That was what the residents of Fools Gold did! Add to the mix the new and old residents of this sweet, sweet town......Fools Gold, incredible reading!

However, there "must" be drama and trust me there was, especially with the visit by Tucker's ex-Cat and a few surprises thrown into the mix. You'll die laughing when you read Cat and Nevada's renewed friendship and the gift Cat wants to donate to Fools Gold.

Happy Endings? It would not be an excellent romance written Susan Mallery if there was not a sweet and charming happy ending. I laughed, cried, and had to reflect back on my own life and remember the lessons the towns resident's of Fools Gold learned in Only His.
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on 14 July 2013
I stumbled on Fool's Gold almost by accident, decided to try one of the series and have never looked back! The characters are loveable, at times funny often bring me close to tears, but the best result always triumphs in the end - please keep giving us more and more of that town's great stories Ms Mallery
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on 7 January 2014
Another great read from Susan Mallery. I have only just started reading/listening to her books and look forward to listening to more.
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on 15 June 2014
Read via local elibrary. Another beautiful book that I loved. Humour, tears, romance and a touch of angst. Thoroughly enjoyed this.
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