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The One & Only by Emily GiffinI had to stop reading when Ryan's ex-wife secretly warned Shea about his temper, and then Shea buys Taco Bell and secretly brings it to Coach's house late at night. Too many warning bells going off! Thanks for your spoiler review - now I know what happens without having to finish the book! Your review is nicely written, too! I stopped reading when Coach asked Shea to go for a run I seriously had to read back to see if I had misread their ages..
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Thirty-three-year-old Shea Rigsby has spent her entire life in Walker, Texas—a small college town that lives and dies by football, a passion she unabashedly shares. Instead she stayed in Walker for college, even taking a job in the university athletic department after graduation, where she has remained for more than a decade. As she finally gives up her safety net to set out on an unexpected path, Shea discovers unsettling truths about the people and things she has always trusted most—and is forced to confront her deepest desires, fears, and secrets. Her new book is no exception. In her bestsellers she has tackled themes such as betrayal, adultery and heartbreak while keeping her characters relatable, albeit flawed….
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BOOK REVIEW: THE ONE AND ONLY BY EMILY GIFFIN
On a May night, this Long Island, New York, venue is packed with females and the demographic is vast: teenage girls, young women, and senior citizens all seated in place. As she puts it, her protagonist, Shea Rigsby, is asking: Am I meeting my destiny? In the small college town of Walker, Texas, where people are devoted to football and the thrill of the game, Coach Carr is a local celebrity. This season means even more since his wife, Connie, passed away; he hopes for a championship win in her honor. Meanwhile, Shea is sifting through her early thirties and concludes that her life is a bit too comfortable, a bit too stagnant. She yearns to change directions.