ONE MORE DAY by Minx Malone
One More Day by Minx Malone
The Alexanders, Book 1
Reviewed by Miranda
Ridley Winters is on the run but she has no idea what from. The P.I. she hired to find her father has ended up dead and someone is watching her. She heads to her famous sister’s home but when she gets there she discovers that her twin has changed her security code and is out of the country. Lucky for her a friendly neighbor comes to her rescue. There is only one problem: he believes Ridley is her twin Raina.
Jackson Alexander is a single father with plenty of baggage. He is a successful music producer with a huge nosey family. When his neighbor passes out in the back yard he comes to her aid and then offers her a place to stay. He never counted on falling for the beautiful woman.
Ridley’s feelings are growing for Jackson but she doesn’t know how to tell him her true identity. And she’s afraid that when she does tell him she will lose him forever. When it looks like the danger is getting closer to Ridley she has no choice but to come clean. Will Jackson turn his back on her forever or profess his love?
Minx Malone gives readers a sizzling story featuring on fantastic couple and outstanding plotline to boot in One More Day. Ridley is a great character I really felt for her and the confusing and exhausting situation she finds herself in. Oh Jackson, the sexy single father is irresistible and his boys adorable. One More Day is not-to-be-missed! The pages fly by as this beautiful love story unfolds. Malone’s characters are very well-rounded and intriguing, there are so many of the secondary characters that I cannot wait to read about in the future.
Ridley and Jackson explode with passion on the pages of One More Day! While there are some suspense elements this is a pure romance! Ridley and Jackson are a sweet and sensational couple and I can’t wait to find out what happens in their future. J It was also great getting to spend some more time with Trent and Mara from Teasing Trent.
Malone has a winner with The Alexanders series! Please keep them coming!