- Release Date
- April 2020
- Book 2 of Minnesota Romances
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, MC Romance, Ménage or more, Multi-cultural/Multi-racial Romance, Reality-Based Romance (TM), Romantic Suspense/Mystery
Tough-as-nails businesswoman on weekdays, Alexandra is a biker queen on weekends. She's never been satisfied with just one man, enjoying all of the men she "hand-picked" for her gang. When a large Russian man inserts himself into her life, she follows her instincts to some explosive sex. Ex-KGB agent Dmitri has been wandering across the USA for years. When the woman he's sent to deliver an ultimatum to turns out to be his favorite fantasy come true, he decides to try to convince her that he can be all the man she needs. But he's not willing to share her with her gang, and she's not willing to give up other men. What starts as a fling gets serious quickly, before it turns deadly. When two of her bikers are killed, Dmitri is the main suspect. How far is he willing to go to keep her to himself? And has she really fallen in love for the first time ever...with a murderer?
Feb 27, 2021 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
9 people found the following review helpful
ONLY ONE MAN WILL DO is the second book in the Minnesota Romances series and this time we follow Dmitri and Alexandra.
Alexandra is the red-haired biker queen who was after Raul in book one. Dmitri is Ivan's cousin who went to tell her it was a bad idea but ended up falling for her instead.
I have to say, I didn't enjoy this one as much as book one, simply down to Alexandra. I didn't find her character likeable at all and thought she was blind to a lot of aspects about her gang and the individual characters. I thought Dmitri was way too good for her but love is blind so what do I know?!
The story itself held my attention and I loved hearing more about Dmitri, plus the surrounding areas.
Some will love Alexandra and see her a strong female lead but, I'm sorry, she just didn't do it for me.
This is a good addition to the series and I'm glad I've read it. I would recommend it but on the proviso that Alex takes a bit of getting used to.
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