Book Review

Sunny Shelly’s Review: One and Only by Karla Sorensen


Karla Sorensen

Release Date: May 16


You are cordially invited to my fake wedding.

Marrying Beckett Coleman is the best idea I’ve had in years. I can grant my sick dad’s wish to walk one of his daughters down the aisle, and Beckett has my help solving a custody situation with his daughter. Our plan is to spend a year together, then part ways. Easy, especially since I’m not his type, and he’s not mine either.

He’s too quiet and too serious. And while he’s distractingly gorgeous, he’s also my brother’s teammate. Beckett is fake husband material, not the real deal. I just have to remember that.

Until I move in with him. Get to know him. Share a bed with him. Turns out, the line between fake and real isn’t just blurry, it’s almost impossible to uphold when he looks at me the way he does.

This marriage is a whole lot more complicated than we bargained for. We’re threatening to destroy everything we’ve built, something neither of us can risk.

Marrying Beckett might’ve been the best idea in years. But falling in love with him would be the worst.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

Another great book from Karla Sorensen! Beckett and Greer both have their own reasons for wanting a faux marriage — and while it isn’t exactly love at first sight, and they are both deceiving their respective families in the process, they fall in love along the way and it was great to go along for that ride.

This was a lovely slow burn. There push and pull between Beckett and Greer made me want to throw my kindle, because there is so much chemistry between them! Beckett has a great co-parenting relationship with his ex, and it was so nice to see that they truly put Olive first and didn’t use her as a pawn for their own agendas. Beckett’s whole reason for agreeing to marry Greer is to solidify more time with his daughter. And the relationship that Greer developed with Olive was quite charming. She seemed to get that shy little girl right off the bat, and Olive just blossomed through their friendship.

As they go along their fake-marriage-way, Greer and Beckett begin developing feelings for one another — on top of increasing guilt about lying to their loved ones. The fallout is spectacular, and the makeup is magnificent!

One and Only is the start to a new series about the rest of the Wilder siblings. We have already met Erik in The Plan (another fake dating romance, and just as good!) and Adaline in Emmett Ward’s next-gen book, The Crush, but One & Only can be read as a standaline. I can’t wait to get to know the rest of this rowdy bunch!

I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

Meet Karla Sorensen:

Karla Sorensen is an Amazon top 20 bestselling author who refuses to read or write anything without a happily ever after. When she’s not devouring historical romance or avoiding the laundry, you can find her watching football (British AND American), HGTV or listening to Enneagram podcasts so she can psychoanalyze everyone in her life, in no particular order of importance. With a degree in Advertising and Public Relations from Grand Valley State University, she made her living in senior healthcare prior to writing full-time. Karla lives in Michigan with her husband, two boys and a big, shaggy rescue dog named Bear.

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