The Only Exception - Magan Vernon

The Only Exception

By Magan Vernon

  • Release Date: 2013-04-03
  • Genre: Contemporary
4 Score: 4 (From 132 Ratings)


**Can be read as a standalone. HEA. No cliffhanger**

Monica Remy doesn't make exceptions.

The fiery nineteen-year-old transferred to Central College to escape her problems, blend into the crowd and forget the past. But escape becomes almost impossible when she attracts the attention of her new and undeniably sexy neighbor: Trey Chapman, the governor's son.

Despite his vivid green eyes, adorable freckles, and athletic body, Trey is everything that Monica despises - haughty, conservative, bossy. And able to get under her skin in a way no other man ever could. 

A class project forces the unlikely pair together, their chemistry building with each heated debate. But when the ghosts of Monica's past come back to haunt her, both their beliefs will be tested, and both will be forced to see the world in a new light. 

Their differences threaten to tear them apart, unless they can make one another their only exception.

Books in The Only Series: 
The Only Exception (Trey and Monica) 
The Only One (John Boy and Melanie) 
The Only Answer (Trey and Monica) 
The Only Way (Tripp and Sam) 
The Only Difference (Short Stack and Betsy) 
The Only Chance - part of the Twisted Fairy Tales Anthology (Trigg and Veronica) 
The Forever Wild series (Wes and Valerie) 
The Forever Sweet series (Brick and Paige)


  • In Need of Help

    By Kam1987reader
    I thought this could have been a good plot line, but could not finish reading it due to horrible spelling and grammar mistakes. Although it was a free book, even the author should have read it over!
  • The Only Exception

    By WheelieCoyote
    Good entertainment. Plot line a little predictable but enjoyable.
  • Nice but false

    By Mominsom
    The story says it is about a young woman who is a survivor, passionate about her ideals. Nope. It is only an excuse for steamy YA necking. The young woman turns out to be a disappointing Stepford wife in the making and all it takes is the guy to tell her that he would like her to come to do something and she does it. Drops everything she has to do and does whatever he has to say. The book has pages full of descriptions of the governor's palace which awe this lady. Her mom supposedly a nurse talks like she is a BFF who can't wait for her daughter to land a good catch. She cannot stand the governor but is quaking in her boots in his presence whereas she is supposed to be this fiery kid who is from a "blue middle class american family that speaks its mind" this book just talks down to the serfs . Pretentious and false. The author knows she is using tropes and says it. It is a shame. She could have just said she has written a straight erotic chick lit and be done instead of blowing hot and cold.