Friday, March 8, 2019

One & Only You by Tabatha Vargo & Senna Daniels: Amazon/Goodreads Review Tour

Title: One & Only You
Author: Tabatha Vargo & Senna Daniels
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: March 5, 2019
One & Only You is a STANDALONE novella (45k words)  I’m walking down the aisle and toward the man I’ve loved almost all of my life. He’s wearing a black tux and a sexy grin. His sable eyes devour me, making promises of a honeymoon I’ll never forget.
Everything is beautiful. It’s the moment I’ve always dreamed of. It’s almost perfect, except, Wyatt James isn’t my groom and this isn’t my wedding. 
It’s my identical twin sister’s. 
We’ve been switching places all of our lives, but I never thought she’d take it this far. And once I say I do, there’s no going back.

Upon reading the synopsis, this book immediately piqued my interest. I mean how can you go wrong with a twin swap story? Sadly, I was quite disappointed to say the least. 

The book starts with Addison walking down the aisle. Funny thing is, it’s not supposed to be her wedding. Which is really crazy too because the groom, well she’s been in love with since she could remember. Will he every catch on to the twins’ deception? 

I really had such high expectations for this one!! If you like a book choked full of sex, then you won’t be disappointed. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a prude. It was just lacking the depth of the story. I had so many questions in the end, it seemed too rushed. It was a good storyline but was missing the meat…and I’m not talking about the schlong. 

Tabatha is a New York Times & USA Today Bestselling author, best known for her sexy adult romance Little Black Book.
Tabatha writes in all genres, including adult and new adult, and isn't afraid to venture into the dark side on occasion, as she proved with her dark, prison romance, Slammer. 
She's an avid reader of all things smutty and the writer of sexy stories featuring redeemable alpha bad boys and sweet, strong women.
Her other loves include her children, her loving, supportive husband, anything historical, and wind chimes.
When she isn't writing, she's texting book ideas to herself.
Tabatha is represented by Jane Dystel of Dystel & Goderich Literary Management.
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