One More Day - M. Malone

One More Day

By M. Malone

  • Release Date: 2012-10-23
  • Genre: Contemporary
One More Day book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 1,392 Ratings)

One More Day M. Malone Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

I do what I want. I only have one rule: hands off the neighbors.

The single ladies on the block have tried it. I mean, come on. I'm a rich, single dad with a big house and an even bigger... lawn.

But playing where you live is a recipe for trouble.

Then the girl-next-door gets locked out and I can't exactly leave her outside, right?

This is a bad idea. But it's going to feel oh so good.

Contains: two bonus short stories entitled The Wedding and Julia’s Prayer.

Steamy contemporary romance that will give you all the feels! 
Ms. Malone has created a family that anyone would like to claim as their own, and the romance is wonderful. The romance was real, I fell in love with all the Alexander family, and boy are the "boys" hot.
~Amazon reviewer 
This book was awesome!! Spoiler Alert: I love when he sang his song to her at the studio. I'm hoping there's a story for Nick & Raina... 
~B&N reviewer
omg! loved this book...Jackson is ... wow! and so are the rest of the Alexander clan :D
~Goodreads reviewer

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User reviews about this book

  • One more Day

    By SweetAssJazzee
    Awesome book‼️
  • One More Day

    By hoplesslyhopeful
    Loved the story & I can't wait to read the next installment.
  • Excellent book

    By Bostonian78
    Very good book!!! Go for it, read it!!
  • One more day

    By TD 224
    Great read
  • I did not care for the story. I got bored with the side stories.

    By Annmric8
    Another cliche story where a guy thinks as long he informs a woman ahead of time that he is not interested in anything long term that what he does is acceptable. Nobody gets hurt when they know there are no strings, it's just a hook up. Only of course until he decides differently when that one special woman comes into his life and he has to work to prove that he can be committed to one woman and not be the player he prides himself of being. Cliche storyline with both characters having lost an important person to an accident. Too many stories of people dying. The only interesting aspect is the twin storyline between the sisters. That has the potential to be both fun and interesting. Especially if she pretends to be the other sister. Well I'm bored. Raina's story about modeling is boring and so is the story about the Moreno family killing her father. I'm interested in the guy-Jackson. Please do not waste my time with the side stories. Stay focused on the real story which is Jackson. The story does not flow or connect. It's like reading two separate stories. One where Raina is being watched and the other she is dating Jackson. The two stories do not blend. I did not like it. I skimmed through it. The side story was boring.
  • Underdeveloped

    By Profingall
    This story could have gone in so many great directions-- twins! what a potentially fun story. But it didn't. The author didn't develop the twin aspect of the story. I was disappointed by that. Sorry.
  • Great book!!!

    By Michelle12185
    Couldn't put it down. Can't wait to read the next book!!
  • One More Day

    By Clarkie1966
    I read a lot of love and romance stories and this book was hard to put down. The main characters have you rooting for them . I'll definitely seek out the next books in this series.
  • Loved it!!

    By tonywil
    Great story. Full of everything you want from a book. Action, romance, and hot sex!! Read it in one day. Then bought the rest of the series. WONDERFUL!!
  • For the Hopeless Romantic

    By royalc11
    This is still my favorite book on the series. They're all excellent, but something about Jackson & Ridley I just adore! & the fact that you can talk to M Malone on her Facebook page makes her that much more lovable !!

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