The Only One by Penny Jordan

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews


While this isn't the worst romance I've ever read (that would be Charlotte Lamb's The Marriage War), it isn't nearly the caliber of book that I have come to expect from Penny Jordan. Adam is an unpleasant, arrogant man who sleeps around, and Brooke is the beautiful, kind heiress who seems to fall in love with him despite there being no indication of anything being in him that is worth loving. I wouldn't recommend this at all. Try some of Penny's other novels, like The Ultimate Surrender or A Savage Adoration - in these you will find men of values who are worth the heroine's time.

About Penny Jordan

See more books from this Author
Published February 8, 1985 by Harlequin Mills & Boon. 192 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction