Review: One True Thing (One Thing #2) by Piper Vaughn and M.J. O'Shea

Dustin Davis spent years wishing for a prince but kissing frog after slimy frog. When he sees Archer Kyriakides for the first time, Dusty thinks his luck has finally changed. Archer could be it. The One. But their hot and cold romance leaves Dusty confused: why does it feel right one moment and wrong the next? It doesn’t make sense—until the day Dusty meets Archer’s identical twin, Asher, and realizes he’s been seeing them both.

Asher Kyriakides dreams of being a fashion photographer, but he’s stuck with a job he hates and an irresponsible playboy brother whose habits drive him absolutely insane, especially when he finds out Archer is dating the cute little blond Asher can’t seem to forget. Torn between loyalty and desire, Asher does nothing but try to warn Dusty away.

 But when Archer finally goes too far, Dusty turns to Asher for comfort, and Asher knows he can’t refuse. It isn’t long before they realize they’re falling fast, but more than one thing stands in their way, not the least of which is Archer, who isn’t quite ready to stop being a thorn in his brother’s side.

Oh… wow. Just, wow. These two were meant to be together. Them being together is like perfection, it’s like… like, I just want to hug my kindle to my chest and never, ever let go. And then twirl and just smile.

I’m talking about Piper Vaughn and M.J. O’Shea, of course. They can do no wrong, I tell ya.  Their stories are loving and sweet and adorable and hot as all hell. Hands down, 5 stars. All the stars! All of them!

"I've been waiting to feel like this since I was a kid and I used to sneak my mom's romance novels.  But all those books? They didn't get it right. Not even close."   

Gah. Dusty and Asher hit me square in the chest over and over again.  With their loving words, their thoughtful gestures and the realistic development of their relationship, I was the one with the insta-love. And get this, they actually took the time to, ya know, date and everything before they had The Sex. They went out, met each other’s friends and had some playful flirting before moving to the next step.  It was romantic, realistic and rocketed the sexual tension up to almost unbearable levels.

They had some struggles to overcome and there were a couple big misunderstandings, and that can usually rub me the wrong way if it goes on for pages and pages. But, thankfully, the misunderstandings didn’t last too long and we were able to get to more of the good stuff.  Which was the perfect love that Dusty and Ash shared. *dreamy sigh* I love their love. I love their love so hard.

Okay, I have to mention Archer for a sec. What the hell is wrong with that guy? Please, please tell me we get to read his story and that he's redeemed and that I will love him, too. Please. 

Yeah, this was everything I could have wanted to Dusty’s HEA. He wanted the guy, the commitment, the home, the family and he got it all. He SO got it all.


  1. Breann, Thank you so much. I have read and loved most of these authors other books but for some reason was getting a little icked out about him dating two brothers and having a relationship with both and not knowing but your review clears a whole lot up and really makes me want to read. I will put this on my buy next list thanks to you...

    1. I don't think the blurb is accurate with that. He never dates both at once, he just thinks he's dating one instead of the other.