The Right One for Me (One and Only Collection – Book 1)


When Katherine Radbourne goes in search of her missing brother, she’s abducted by Morgan Langston, Earl of Whetherford who mistakes her for another woman who stole from his family. He’s tired of the life he was living and has reconciled himself to his duty to marry and produce an heir. Yet, he believes love has no place in a marriage. When he meets Katherine (Kat), he’s immediately drawn to her, despite his vow to keep his emotions at bay. Despite the fact that they’ve been intimate, Kat believes he wants the woman he first thought her to be.

“The Right One for Me” starts off with an interesting storyline of mistaken identity. Unfortunately, the story loses steam about halfway through, relying on the physical relationship rather than the growth of the two main characters’ personalities. The supporting characters add a nice balance to story and make the plot more enjoyable than when Kat and Morgan are alone. Kat’s character begins as very independent but then loses her spunk as the story goes on. Morgan’s stiff attitude toward marriage leaves a lot to be desired. There are a few grammatical errors and the occasional missing words, but they didn’t detract from the overall story. However, there are a couple of instances where scenes change without warning and may cause the reader to have to re-read in order to understand what’s going on within the story. Fans of Regency romance with a bit of intrigue may enjoy this book.

N.E. Kelley