Hunter Harris is a heartthrob country music star and notorious playboy. Men want to be him, women want to be with him. Monogamy was not a word in his vocabulary until he found himself drawn to his friend, Sherry. Can he give up his wandering ways to give an actual relationship a chance or will his past haunt his future?
Sherry Carter is a make-up artist to the stars and currently employed by Nashville’s hottest star, Renee Cutler. She is plagued by self doubt and a low self esteem. Will she be able to overcome that to chase after the only man that has ever made her heart skip a beat?
Plot: Although "The Only Future I Want" follows a plot that will be familiar to readers of the romance genre, it often felt rushed, as if moving from moment to moment instead of creating a firm narrative.
Prose/Style: The prose of the book is solid, but there are several sentences in various chapters that have issues as far as tense and making sense. The prose here doesn't do much to help the book stand out.
Originality: The plot of "The Only Future I Want" is somewhat lacking in originality when it comes to the romance genre. Hunter, the stereotypical ladies' man, begins falling for Sherry, the coworker who doesn't know she's beautiful and who he never noticed before.
Character Development: The characters of "The Only Future I Want" are not well developed. Hunter and Sherry aren't clear as characters to the reader, only described in the most basic of terms and/or stereotypes. Hunter is the well-muscled player and Sherry is a quiet knockout who doesn't know how beautiful she is.
Date Submitted: May 28, 2019
If you liked the first installment of the Hearts of Nashville series you will LOVE this one. All of your favorite characters continue to make you love them, and some enemies show their ugly faces. With a love story, mystery and some OMG moments this installment is a MUST READ!!! I COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN!!! Anxiously awaiting the next installment.