What happens when a wedding planner and divorce attorney fall in love? Emme and Nate’s relationship is complicated from the start. He’s a serial dater and she believes in happily ever afters. Then, a baby gets thrown into the mix when one of Nate’s one night stands drops the baby he didn’t know about on his doorstep. I don’t like the baby element of the story because who would really leave their baby on somebody’s doorstep and basically leave a note that says “I need a break?” Care.com would have been a better option. The baby was probably meant to make Nate seem more human but really Nate was a dingle. I couldn’t really see what Emme saw in him besides the fact that he was hot.
I also didn’t like how clumsy and helpless Emme was. She started a fire and repeatedly locked herself out of her apartment. She really needed to get her own act together and not focused so much on Nate and the baby.
I have read a lot of this author’s books but this was one of my least favorites. I struggled to get through it. Frenched and After We Fall were much more enjoyable, so I will recommend them instead.
3 thoughts on “Book Review: Only You by Melanie Harlow”
Care.com and dingle… ? You’re always yourself. 🙂 Also, we should not overlook someone’s dingle-ness simply because they are hot. Thank you for that.
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