Review: He’s The One

hes-the-oneHe’s The One including authors Linda Lael Miller, Jill Shalvis, Lucy Monroe, Kate Angell, Cat Johnson

While I did read this entire anthology I am going to rate one of the stories.  Most of them I found too dated-using the term mustache ride and all the euphemisms were just a bit much for me.  Ok enough of the negative and on to the story that I really liked.  🙂

Fish Out of Water by Cat Johnson

5 out of 5 Licks

An Oklahoma Nights Short

Carla Henricks is a cowgirl through and through, but her lasso has never met an English professor like Mark Ross. It’s true opposites attract. Staying together is the juicy part…

Cat writes some seriously sexy stuff.  This story does include characters from the Oklahoma Nights series, but you won’t be missing much if you haven’t read One Night With A Cowboy-although you really need to read it!!  In a bit of a twist for our Cat books we have a cowgirl not a cowboy.  Mark is a bit of a nerdy professor, but he is quite strong-willed once he makes up his mind to do something.  Carla wants Mark, but is worried she isn’t his type.  She may not have loads of university education under her belt but none of that matters to Mark.  Carla and Mark had a little private party in the water and trust me they had the lake boiling!  This is a quick story and the time spent between Mark and Carla may have been short, but Cat did a great job pulling me in and making me feel the flame between them.  Just like everything else I’ve read from Cat Johnson, Fish Out Of Water is full of steamy sex and characters that will always leave you wanting more.  I can’t wait for the next book in this series-I have my review copy now!-I know Cat will knock my pants off again.  Seriously, you should worry more about losing your pants than your socks when you read her books! 😉

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KittyKelly

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One thought on “Review: He’s The One

  1. Maria D.

    Thanks for the review – this is what I both love and hate about
    anthologies – you usually find at least one gem of a story but then at the same time it’s only one gem….lol…

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