One Thing I Know

Kara Isaac

ONE THING I KNOW is the first book I’ve ever read by Kara Isaac. The twists and turns keep coming and I had to know how it was going to end! Every time I thought I knew where this story was going, a few pages later, Kara Isaac threw me for a loop and I knew I was wrong! I’m kicking myself for not reading this wonderful novel sooner.

ONE THING I KNOW is a quick read and unputdownable! There were quite a few times when reading it that I wanted to reach into the pages and slap a few of these people with their wishy washy ways of thinking. I found myself laughing one second and then tearing up the next. If you are looking for a beautiful story to pull you out of your book slump, you can’t go wrong with ONE THING I KNOW. Kara Isaac is now one of my auto buy authors.

The twists and turns in ONE THING I KNOW are going to keep you up late into the night trying to figure it out. One minute you believe you know where Rachel is going with her life and the next you are sitting there shaking your head, wondering what the heck just happened. I had my ideas, I had it all figured out, or so I thought, and BAM…….wrong again! Once you start reading, trust me, you aren’t going to be able to stop! When everything is finally revealed, well, you won’t believe it!

ONE THING I KNOW begins with Rachel keeping a big secret. She is writing the books that her aunt, Dr. Donna is supposed to be writing. I thoroughly enjoyed reading ONE THING I KNOW. I loved the banter between Lucas and Rachel. It is heart warming and filled with so many different emotions. There is so much going on in this story, but Kara Isaac does a wonderful job of weaving all the pieces together. All of the characters will have you feeling sad and then giggling on the same page. More than once I wanted to be there with my new found friends! Once you finish devouring this story, you are going to want to tell everyone you know about this awesome book.

I received a complimentary copy of this book through Netgalley. All opinions expressed are my own.




She has the whole world fooled. But the one man who just may see through her holds not only the key to her success, but also her heart…

Rachel Somers is America’s #1 relationship coach—America just doesn’t know it. Rachel writes the books, but her Aunt Donna plays the face of the operation. Living in fear of their secret being exposed, Rachel has no choice but to keep up the charade or lose the big money required to care for her father. With the deadline for their next book closing in, Rachel finds herself out of inspiration and running out of time. The last thing she needs is her aunt and publicist concocting a harebrained scheme to join forces with some radio star in the hope it will help deliver the elusive next book idea.

Lucas Grant is a star of late night radio—though it’s come with an unexpected price of hoards of women who keep calling his sports show to ask him for relationship advice. They make his ratings look great, but they also mean he has to waste hours talking to people like Dr. Donna Somerville about feelings instead of his first love: football. When a big-time producer calls, it looks like his hard work is about to pay off. But the offer comes with a catch—the producer is convinced Dr. Donna is not what she seems and he wants Lucas to discover her secret. To do that, he needs to win over her tight-lipped assistant who holds the key to his success and—he begins to suspect—his heart. Can love find a way through the lies that force them apart?


KARA ISAAC is the RITA® Award-winning writer of five novels. She lives in New Zealand (yes, it’s really as beautiful as it looks in the movies!) where she spends her time chasing three small people, writing horribly bad first drafts, and wishing you could get Double Stuf Oreos in the South Pacific. Find out more at


by Kara Isaac

Howard Books

On Sale: February 19, 2019; Paperback ISBN: 9781982103347; $16.00









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  1. Nice review, Susan! You know, I have never understood the whole concept of ghostwriting. Never in a million years would I let someone else take credit for my work. No way. No how. And even bigger than that never? Taking credit for someone else’s work, even with their permission. Nuh uh.

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