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Solo para él

(Fool's Gold #6)

4.07  ·  Rating details ·  9,704 Ratings  ·  447 Reviews
Sonaban campanas de boda en Fool’s Gold, pero no para Nevada Hendrix. Sus hermanas trillizas estaban comprometidas e incluso su madre tenía una vida amorosa más activa que la suya. Decidida a empezar de nuevo, presentó una solicitud para el trabajo de sus sueños, pero descubrió que su nuevo jefe era también su primer amor. Tal vez podía pasar por alto el hecho de que se ha ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 320 pages
Published December 1st 2012 by Harlequin Iberica (first published September 27th 2011)
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Jessica's Totally Over The Top Book Obsession
Well Nevada was

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Nothing about her was stand out.
Tucker of course did the

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Their relationship was

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I did like Jo and Will and the rest of the happenings in Fool's Gold but this couple was meh!
Hated the hero; hated the heroine and was on the verge of DNFing when the evil OW slithered back on the scene.

Backstory(view spoiler)
The last of "The Only's" and I found that I enjoyed them much more than "The Perfect's". The characters were so much warmer and more interesting. Everyone from the previous books did appear so you got to catch up on all the characters of Fool's Gold, it was a great reminder on who was with who and how many kids they currently have- I love that. Most of the time with this many books I forget. Also in Only His you had 2 additional love stories, although not very deep in detail, they were character ...more
Jacob Proffitt
This story was barely adequate, and the side-characters didn't help, either. I think I'll keep this one short because the series really needs to be read in order (to this point, anyway), and you know about what to expect by now, probably.

My problem with this book is Tucker. He's an idiot and kind of a jerk and I couldn't care less if Nevada ended up with him. He certainly didn't deserve her and the whole book I wondered what she saw in him. It felt more like a crush than an actual relationship.
Skimmed the remaining 50 or so pages. I hated this couple so much. They were boring and dull together. Even the sex scenes were a bore. Giving this series one more try and that's it.
Book Binge
The last of the Hendrix triplet's gets their happy ending in Only His. This book follows Nevada Hendrix as she goes after a job that she wants, working for a guy that broke her heart. When Nevada was eighteen years old and away at college, her older brother Ethan gave her the name and number of a childhood friend who would show her around and help her if she ever needed it. Nevada wasn't really planning on using the number but when Ethans asks, she caves and gives him a call. She wasn't expectin ...more
Dec 27, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: series completionists only
This book was... odd. There were some great plot elements, but they went in really strange directions -- which unfortunately was not a sufficient distraction from the fact that the basic plot is the same one as the other books in this series. And the mix of serious and farcical felt uneasy and unbalanced to me.

The town of Fool’s Gold has never seemed all the plausible to me, but in previous books it was certainly a positive place. Here, I got the sense that the town prides itself on being provin
Jul 21, 2016 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition

Solo Para El es el sexto libro de la saga Fools Gold escrita por la autora Susan Mallery y tiene como protagonistas a Nevada ( una de las trillizas ) y Tucker.
Esperaba este libro mas que los anteriores, por alguna razon la historia de Nevada me causaba mas curiosidad que la de sus hermanas pero con toda sinceridad, no fue lo que esperaba, este libro me parecio el mas flojo de los tres, no se si porque la relacion de Tucker y Nevada fue bastante superficial o si fue porque las tramas secundarias
MJ Daniels
Feb 15, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Ehhh, no sé porque los estoy leyendo sin orden pero, amo esta serie, así mucho.
4.5 stars

Never agree to a job interview in which the interviewer has seen you naked.

That wonderful piece of advice above is the opening line of the story of Nevada and Tucker. Nevada is the only one of her sisters that hasn't found love yet. Dakota has Finn and Montana has Simon. Nevada isn't jealous but she wants something important in her life, too, so she goes after a job she really wants. The boss just happens to be the man who took her virginity. I thought that Nevada and Tucker were great
Dec 28, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!! I was so happy when this book came out and I was definately not disappointed at all! Most of my questions got answered and there was still one I had left in the end Is there going to be 3 more books for Charlie, Annabelle and Heidi?! I sure as hell hope so.

None of these Fool's Gold books get old and they don't get boring. Each one brings something new to the plate about the woman, man and town. It surprised me at every turn especially since we finally learn Jo's past! I think
Another good installment for the Fool's Gold series. This one was a bit corny at times and I'm not sure what to say about the whole part Cat played in this story, the relationship, and the town. There was a good base for this couple and I was enjoying them work around their past and through it. But there were some situations once Cat returned to the picture that just took away from the story. It was just a little to ridiculous at times. In a world where we have some slightly over involved home t ...more
May 06, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance
Why read: Love the series.

What impressed me: This series gets better and better with each new book. I loved the entire dynamic Tucker and Nevada had going. Their mutual past gets in the way of the present, interfering with both business and prospective love. They fight so hard against each other and their obvious desires that you just want to smack the two of them, all the while their getting deeper and deeper under your skin. This was another super quick, totally engaging Fool's Gold novel from
Mary McFarlane
Nov 30, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: kindle-books
I loved this story!!! I loved that we got to find out about Jo's past and everything with Max and all 3 of the girls at the end I can't wait too see what is in store for them in the next books even if we only get little parts
Sep 26, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Originally posted at Romance Around the Corner

This is the third and last book in this new trilogy set in the fictional town of Fool’s Gold. If you are new to the series you should know that each book features one of the Hendrix’s triplets. Only His is Nevada’s book and her turn to find her happily ever after.

Ten years ago Nevada was away from home about to start college and feeling like a fish out of water. It was the first time in her life that she wasn’t living at home and worse, it was her f
Oct 31, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance-favorite
I don’t i think i ever laughed so hard . I think this one might be my favorite book in the series. I am really enjoying how ms. Mallery writes.
I won’t spoil it for you but be prepared to laugh with this one
Monique Pearson
Oct 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I must be feeling overly romantic because this ending made me weepy! I'm really loving this series!
Posted on Book Chelle.

Susan Mallery brings us back to Fool's Gold with the sixth installment of the series, Only His. This time, the story belongs to Nevada Hendrix, the last triplet to be featured in the series. Having read the three stories about the Hendrix sisters, I have to say that Only His was my favorite.

Nevada Hendrix is a triplet to Dakota and Montana Hendrix. They share everything. From their quirky personalities, similar beauty, and smart wits, there isn't much that separates the tri
Aug 22, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Review originally posted here:

Publisher: HQN
Publish Date: Out Now!
How I got this book: NetGalley

I’ve been waiting anxiously for the last triplet to get her HEA, and when I realized it was not only a friends to lovers story, but a previous fling plot as well, I was super excited. I think Mallery does an exception job of taking some of the more classic plot-lines and putting her own unique spin on them.

Nevada has wanted to step out on her own, take a job th
Oct 14, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Only His is the last of the Hendrix triplets trilogy.
Nevada Hendrix has always been more comfortable in a hard hat than in high heels and she’s proven her worth as a construction boss working under her older brother, but she has dreams too and to spread her wings means flying from the safety of the family business nest. Nevada accepts an interview with Janack construction, a global company with a great reputation expecting to interview with company owner Elliot only to find herself face to face
Ugh, what a weak note for the Hendrix triplet stories to end on. A lot of this book is just... a mess, from the relatively one-note characterization of Nevada and Tucker to the explosion of weird gender/sexuality generalizations (women being obsessed with their weight/eating salads, bisexuality not existing, brothers having to "defend" their sister's honor with physical violence...) to the totally pointless Cat subplot. There's some good -- the family moments, as always, Jo and Will's and Denise ...more
With both of her triplet sisters engaged, Nevada swears she's just fine and totally not feeling left out. She applies for her dream job after years of working for her brother, only to find out that her boss will be the guy who was her first love and first 'you know what.' After a world of pain and heartbreak, Tucker swears off love and gladly obliges Nevada's strict 'only business' policy. But despite his previous failure at love and the fact that he broke Nevada's heart all those years ago, nei ...more
Author: Susan Mallery
First published: 2011
Length: ~4500 kindle locations
Setting: Contemporary. Small town called Fool's Gold.
Sex: Explicit. Includes a couple of ff kisses and suggestion of bi relationship with secondary characters.
Hero: Construction
Heroine: Construction

Didn't like this one as much. Cat was one-dimensional and annoying. Tucker was a wuss. Nevada was a doormat. Could have been a lot better.

Fool's Gold series:
Book 1 Chasing Perfect - Charity Jones and Josh Golden
Book 2 Almost Perfe
Oct 01, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Nevada and Tucker have a history. As in – a naked history. Together. I think Susan Mallery starts the book off great, with Nevada’s interview with Tucker, and all she can think is that ‘he’s seen me naked.’ It’s quite the popular romance plot – and I love it anyways.

They both need each other – she needs the opportunity this job could provide her, and he needs her community connections to get his business rolling. While they might agree to a hand’s off policy, it doesn’t take long before they gi
Mar 21, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The Romanian bisexual artist-sculptor, Cat, was a very strange character to throw in the mix of mostly wholesome and somewhat emotionally wounded characters. Even more interesting is the way Nevada Hendrix befriends her in a woman to woman way and even brings her sisters in for a girls-only party. Really? I suppose I have trouble understanding why...

Ultimately, Tucker discovers he has deep feelings beyond just impulsive sexual attraction for Nevada and wants to settle down with her, of course. N
Lisa Filipe

As a lover of all Susan Mallery I have read all of her books, and I love the Fool's Gold series. I was so excited for Nevada book after reading both of her sisters love stories, but I just didn't love this one as much as I did the other two.

The relationship between Tucker and Nevada was some what overshadowed by the romance between Denise and Max and then with Will and Jo. The other romances were also thrown together and grew very quickly....I just felt as if
Dec 16, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance
I enjoyed Nevada's story but was a little disappointed that Jo's story didn't get a separate book. It seemed a bit rushed and precipitate and Jo deserved more time and attention. So did Will. Having the deadline of the other sisters' wedding made me feel that Nevada didn't have much time either so I had this feeling of haste and pressure hanging over me as I read, and I didn't really feel that I got to know Nevada or Tucker well. Besides, Tucker struck me as somewhat hypocritical. After telling ...more
Oct 10, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance

Very good book. I liked the reunion of Tucker and Nevada. I wish she hadn't lied to him about their first encounter -- he deserved to suffer for that one. They seemed to be making good progress on getting to know each other when Cat walked back into their lives. Talk about your totally selfish person, uncaring of anyone or how her actions affect other people. I could not wait for her to be gone. I did like seeing her effect on Tucker, and how he related to her ten years later. His relationship w
Jim son of Jim (formerly PhotoJim)
The last of the Hendrix girls story. I really thought it was more of a three star read than a four, but I had several laugh out loud moments in this one. I also am looking forward to future installments in the series so I'll round up to a four for this.

Nevada was involved with Tucker Janack the same way a moth was involved with a flame. Let's just say that their shared past was NOT pretty. So a decade later does she still feel the draw to the flame?

I loved Jo's story. I thought that was rather s
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery writes heartwarming and humorous novels about the relationships that define women's lives—family, friendship, romance. She's best known for putting nuanced characters into emotionally complex, real-life situations with twists that surprise readers to laughter. Because Susan is passionate about animal welfare, pets play a big role in her books. Bel ...more

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  • Almost Perfect (Fool's Gold, #2)
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  • Only Mine (Fool's Gold #4)
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