She’s lost everything. He believes she’s despised him all his life. A tragic mistake could be their only redemption. “Get the book one reader called “the perfect recipe for an awesome story that will have you on edge from start to finish”
—“Showing strength but vulnerabilities in characters is not easy to do well, but Ms Eckhart does it exceedingly well.” Reviewer, BJ Norton
—“Margaret is a failed surgeon who is running from her past. Enter Joe Wilde a handsome father of a troubled fourteen year old boy, Ryan. Rich with a western flavor, high drama and romance that satisfies, this book is a definite winner.” – Kelsey Tanner, Reviewer
—“Once again Lorhainne has captured me in her writings. A wonderful book, just like the books about the Friessen men. This series is going to be just as good.” Petra
In THE ONE, Margaret Gordon was once a prominent Seattle surgeon, and after an accident returns to her hometown, the perfect spot to hide out from everyone and to lick her wounds, with no one around but her horse.
Margaret never considered herself a horse person. But when the now-widowed Joe Wilde drives in one morning with a teenage boy and a horse with a problem, Margaret turns into that klutzy teenage misfit that silently carried a torch for Joe all through school. But when smooth-talking Joe convinces Margaret into working with the temperamental horse, sparks fly and sizzle between them. Only Joe believes Margaret has despised him all his life, but when life throw Joe a curveball he soon finds out the right woman he’s been looking for has been there all along.
Can Joe and Margaret put aside their differences and realize that the other is, The One?
THE WILDE BROTHERS:
The One (Joe & Margaret)
The Honeymoon, A Wilde Brothers Short
Friendly Fire (Logan & Julia)
Not Quite Married, A Wilde Brothers Short
A Matter of Trust (Ben & Carrie)
The Reckoning, A Wilde Brothers Christmas
Customer ReviewsSee All
Great story line! Fast paced! And of course, a happy ending.
Male lead is a dud
There is nothing attractive about an adult child passing himself off as a man while throwing tantrums. While the female lead switches from a coward fleeing every uncomfortable emotion to an actual woman speaking her mind, the male is a jerk on every page.
Amazing way of telling a great story! The characters and dialogues make for continued reading -- not wanting to do anything else but finish the book!!! L. Eckels is a new writer to me. But, I so enjoyed this book. It was free & I was enticed by the explanation of what the book was about. Am willing to buy more of her books...she is that great!