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Review of Only One Man Will Do by Fiona McGier



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Only One Man Will Do

by Fiona McGier





Tough-as-nails businesswoman by day, Alexandra is a biker queen by night. When a large Russian man inserts himself into her life, she follows her instincts to some explosive sex.  But he’s not willing to share her with her gang, and she’s not willing to give up other men.  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?



Note: This is a sequel to For The Love Of His Life, now available at all of the usual outlets.  You don’t have to have read that book to enjoy this one, since both stories are complete in themselves




Excerpt One:


“Damn that woman,” Dmitri Illyanovich mumbled as he watched her get out of her SUV.


First came the high heels followed by the long length of shapely calves as she stretched her legs over the edge of the door. Her business-like skirt, normally conservatively knee-length, rode up to show her thighs clad in nylons, held up by…of all things, black garters. He shifted around in his seat, trying to stop his cock twitching like it had a mind of its own—as it did each time he caught a glimpse of her.


“This is business,” he grumbled, reminding his errant body part to behave.


Dmitri had watched her for over a week to learn her movements. It took him a long time to find her, since all he had to go on from his cousin Ivan was that she was a biker queen, had bright red hair, huge tits and a nasty tendency to demand that things be done her way or else. He’d been in countless biker bars and bought beer for many unsavory characters. He’d even fought some of them when they made it clear how much they objected to a stranger with a Slavic accent asking questions about one of their own.


If he hadn’t owed so much to his cousin Ivan for, among other things, helping him get into the United States, he might have given up. But Ivan wanted to give a wedding present to a good friend of his, and that gift involved first making sure that two drug dealers knew to stay away from the addiction-prone groom. The second part was ensuring that the biker queen, who had threatened to return someday to claim him for the night, knew that was something she should never attempt to do.


Copyright, Fiona McGier, 2013

Cover_Only One Man Will DoReview:

By now you should know that Ms. McGier’s book “For The Love of His Life” and it’s still in the top 10 of best books for 2013.  Raul is such an engaging hero, warts and all and I’m still in love with the big lug.  Ms. McGier is right though, you do not have to read Raul’s story to understand Alexandra’s story at all.  She was in only one scene and that scene is talked about in this book.  🙂  But I do highly recommend Raul’s story.  It doesn’t disappoint.  😉

Alexandra is such a great heroine.  She talks like a sailor, drinks anyone and I mean anyone under the table and will screw any and all of the guys in her biker gang.   She has the “playroom” at her getaway farm to prove it.  She never thought marriage and love were for her.  She saw her parents marriage crumble and vowed to never be “owned” by a man or let a man get close enough.  Sex was just fine for her short and long-term.  Enter the biggest, baddest  and sweetest ex-KGB agent that knocks her for a loop.  All of sudden she can’t get enough of him sexually or otherwise.  Like the blurb warns you…she won’t give up her other men and Dmitri doesn’t share.

My Dmitri, my Dmitri…you had your work cut out for you with the taming of the wildcat named Alexandra or Shaska.  *sigh*  There were times that I really wanted to wrap my arms around you and tell that once Alexandra figured it out, everything would be okay.  The one scene in the book that made me love you FOREVER was at the gathering at the farm.  You stood up to her and yes, humiliated her but she needed to see that you were serious.  Of course, she paid the price during the night and the next morning but she needed that to truly show her that you meant business.

What was interesting was the suspense element at the end of the book.  I honestly didn’t figure it out until it was revealed and I was shocked by all of it.  I didn’t expect it and I’m still crying over it.  One thing it did was show the tremendous character growth of Alexandra.  She needed the jolt in her life and she finally figured out what was missing and how much she had short-changed herself in the long run.

I need to warn you peeps that this book has a lot and I mean a lot of sex in it.  These two can not get enough of each other.  That said, it’s not overly graphic in nature.  Sure they are bunnies but there is a point to it.  For me, too much sex takes away from the story but for Alexandra its an extension of who she is now in her life and it made sense.  Dmitri’s goal was to tame her and in some ways he did but he never changed her.  Alexandra had to finally come to grips with issues that she had in her life and Dmitri was there to catch her and support her.

I could go on about this book but I must stop.  You really, really need to read it.  Be warned…lots of cussing, sex and taming of a redheaded wildcat.  Plus, you might cry at the end and then cheer.

Oh and there is an epilogue!  Woot!!!!  I literally dropped my Kindle when I read it.  Perfect wrap up and yes, Ivan’s next.  LOL!

recommend-harlies- new






AUTHOR Bio and Links:Fiona Author Picture

Fiona has always had stories in her head.  Characters intrude into her thoughts and insist on showing her scenes from their lives.  She discovered that when she ignores them, they start to yell louder; if she writes their stories and they can live in readers’ heads as well, they usually leave her alone…only to be replaced by a new group of story-tellers.  Her head is usually a very crowded place, but she likes it that way.


This book is a sequel to For The Love Of His Life.




Website/blog: http://www.fionamcgier.com


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9 thoughts on “Review of Only One Man Will Do by Fiona McGier

  1. BN100, congrats on being one of the winners of a Dunkin’ Donuts gift card! The other winner is Natasha! Thanks for reading my reviews and leaving comments! I’ll be sending you both a request for your snail-mail addresses so I can get your gift cards in the mail to you. Hope you like great coffee while you read!

  2. Wow! Harley, thanks so much! I labor in mostly obscurity, telling my tales to share the characters in my head with readers. But then you do a review like this and make my whole day/week/month/year! Now I’m even more determined to get back to work on the next book in the series (after the holiday-rush, of course! Why is making the holidays “holly-jolly” still mostly “Mom’s work”?)

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