Her One and Only is the fourth book in the Porter Family Novels, great contemporary Christian romances. Dru is the baby sister of three brothers, who seldom believe she is capable of caring for herself. To prove herself, Dru became a Marine, an expert sharpshooter, a black belt, and an experienced executive protection agent for Dallas’s best security company.
Dru is assigned to one of the shifts guarding NFL superstar Gray Fowler. Gray has started receiving death threats from a stalker. He’s used to obsessive fans, but this is another level of danger. He hates the idea of bodyguards 24/7. He likes his privacy. And to top things off, one of the guards is a beautiful woman!
Her last assignment a disaster, Dru is determined to repair her damaged reputation. She’s going to ace this job. But as they draw closer to finding the stalker, Dru draws closer to Gray. And he doesn’t even play for the right team! Her brothers are anything but happy.
Twists and turns are rampant throughout Her One and Only as they were through Becky’s other three Porter Family books. Dru was a shadow in the other books. I’m happy to see her have her own story and interesting outcome. The characters are well-developed. You’ll learn to appreciate Dru and love/hate Gray. The secondary characters are also written well. Becky brings in just enough of the backstory to remind readers of the first three books although Her One and Only can stand alone too.
I highly recommend this climactic ending to the Porter Family Novels. Five stars.
Becky Wade lives in Dallas after she went and married a Texan. She has won several awards for her Christian contemporary romances including a Carol Award, an Inspirational Reader’s Choice Award, and an INSPY Award. Her website is Becky Wade.
Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group, gave me a copy of Her One and Only in exchange for my unbiased review.