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    LOVED IT!

    Dru's story ties up the Porter series nicely. This is the perfect ending to a perfect series!!! I came away from the story feeling that the Porter family is safely wrapped up and just waiting for their fans to revisit, which I'm sure I will do often. This is one of those series with real life issues and characters that feel like someone you truly know. Becky Wade is an amazing author! I loved the banter between Dru and Gray. But they also had some serious conversations that were intense and I came away from the story feeling like I knew both of them pretty well. The little competition between Gray and his teammate Corbin was fun to watch too. I think my favorite part of the book was the Doritos example to explain Dru's brothers. It was awesome and so well put. The Porter brothers in a nut shell. I highly recommend not only this book, but the entire series! I received a copy from the publisher in return for an honest review.
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    Great book, great series

    This is only the second one of this series I’ve read (the other was A Love Like Ours) and I’ll definitely be looking up the rest :) It’s a contemporary Christian novel so it is very low on the heat scale and the characters’ religion does play an important role. However it isn’t overly preachy so if that isn’t your thing then I think you’ll still enjoy it. Dru is a little harsh at first – one of those girls who feels like she has to prove that she is as good (or better) than any guy, but once you get to know her she proves to be much more complicated. Gray has some scars from his childhood, which led to a distance between him & God and a difficulty to commit to a woman. Thrown together by the threat of a stalker, the two quickly find themselves growing closer and challenging each other’s beliefs. Speaking of the stalker, I thought that Wade handled the suspense portion really well. The way it went didn’t come out of left field but it wasn’t overly obvious either. It fit well into the story and left me satisfied with the ending. Returning readers will be pleased by updates on Dru’s siblings but new readers will be fine meeting them for the first time. And likely looking forward to going back and reading their stories – I know I am:) Her brother Bo and sister-in-law Meg play a pretty important role but it’s just a footnote to their story, not a continuation so starting here is fine. Even though this is the last of this series, I hope that Wade plans on starting a new one with Gray’s teammates. I think that a team full of manly football players could give her a lot of material to work with. (This story is part of the Porter Family novels but can be read as a stand alone.) Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.
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    Fantastic Story!

    For me, this is a book that will stay with me for a very long time. I felt an emotional attachment to it long after I finished it. Not only did I connect strongly with the main characters, Dru and Gray, but I really felt that all the members of the Porter family were real people! That is why I love Becky's books so much! She writes in such a way that her characters become part of me and I can't put her books down. I have loved every one of the Porter family books but I seriously didn't think I would like Dru's book that much. Since she wasn't strongly in any of the other books, I didn't get to "know" her so I didn't feel an attachment to her. How wrong I was!!! I should have known that Becky would create a story for her that would blow me away! Because I also enjoy romantic suspense so much, I thoroughly enjoyed that element in this book. Dru is a bodyguard to a big, bad football player (Gray) who isn't really taking a stalker seriously. The management of his team is though so he has to have 24/7 bodyguards and this really bothers him. He especially doesn't think some women like Dru (especially as beautiful as she is) can protect him! But, Dru is an ex-marine and she can hold her own. Gray sees her in action and he's convinced BUT, he still doesn't think he needs 24/7 security. As we delve into the lives of Dru and Gray, it's fascinating to find out what brought each of them to the place where they are today. Gray is a womanizing, chauvinistic, hard headed guy who has had a tough childhood & just "lives for the moment". Dru is a total tomboy because she grew up with brothers and pushes herself to prove she is as good as any man. The two of them are quite a pair! I loved their conversations!!! The other part of this book that I really enjoyed was Dru's brother, Bo and his wife, Meg's pregnancy. It was precarious and such a sweet story. Since this was the last book of the series, the author did a great job of tying all the family members together and giving the readers a great gift by letting us "peek" into all their lives to see how they are doing! I will miss them all greatly! It's been one of my favorite series of books.
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    Big Football Player meets Revengeress

    Her One and Only, the fourth and apparently final book in the Porter Family series by Becky Wade is an engaging and entertaining book. Never having read the first three I can say this is easily a stand alone book. There is enough back story to not leave the reader lost and enough lure to make you want to go back and read the complete stories of the other family members. Dru Porter is a former Marine now a bodyguard; she is a beautiful pistol-packing biker-gal who is tough but chic. Her new client is the famous NFL player Gray Fowler and of course, he is on the wrong team as the Porter family roots for the opposition! As the search for Gray's stalker continues, the relationship between Dru and Gray becomes complicated. Can she keep him safe? Can she remain detached emotionally to do her job well?The story is action-packed and moves quickly and the characters are strong and likable. And, oh, you don’t want to forget a fan or make sure there’s a fainting couch nearby with the kissing scenes. Thousands of woman would want Gray to be their man, yet Dru longs for a place in his life. Can he truly just become Dru's alone? Can love rescue this relationship from the past, a past that Gray has been trying to leave behind most of his life? Family, danger, romance and a thread of the Christian faith are woven together to bring a great finish to this series.
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    Her One and Only

    Her One and Only is the fourth book in Becky Wade’s Porter Family series, coming after Undeniably Yours, Meant to Be Mine, and A Love Like Ours. I’ve been a big fan of Becky’s ever since I read the first page of Undeniably Yours, so I have to confess, I was a little disappointed with this novel. I really, really, really loved all three of the previous novels, so I was taken aback when it took me over two hundred pages to really get into this story. It’s not that it wasn’t good, or that it wasn’t well written or an interesting plotline, something about it just didn’t really click for me until I really got into the thick of the search for Gray’s stalker. Honestly, my favorite parts about the whole first half of the book were all of the times when it cut to Meg’s perspective and focused on her and Bo and the babies, which has nothing to do with either Gray or Dru. On the other hand, Gray and Dru’s banter definitely kept me laughing for the majority of this book, and I really loved Dru as a person. Her toughness and spunk were things I definitely admired about her and I couldn’t help but think she was by far one of the most daring women I have ever encountered. The way she constantly put her clients’ lives before her own is remarkable, and I really did love finally getting to hear her story after being introduced to her back in the first book when her brothers had to rescue her from one of her then-constant scrapes. As well as that, Gray was a wonderful character too. His painful past continued to cause him a lot of hurt and heartache, but he pushed past that to a point and was able to be a kind, caring human being, and man we he an amazing athlete. I wish we had more football players like him. As an avid football fan myself, I have to say I was very pleased that it was his profession, and that he was very, very good at it. I can’t help but fall for the football-player-type, I’ve tried but I fail miserably every time, of there was no stopping me when it came to Gray. I couldn’t help but love him, especially as the book really got ahold of my attention and I started seeing all the intricacies of Gray. All in all, I really did enjoy this book, and I absolutely loved the ending and of course cried a bit over Meg and Bo, so I definitely can still give it four out of five bookshelves. There was just something about it at the beginning that didn’t click for me, and I hate that I have to say that but it’s true and there’s no way I can lie to you in my review. However, I clearly still am a huge fan of Becky’s, and cannot wait until she has even more books coming out! I received a copy of this book through the Litfuse Publicity Group in exchange for only my honest review.
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