In the game of love and TV you play to win or you lose your heart.
Millionaire Banjo Grahams originally signed up for She’s The One drunk as a skunk and willing to do anything to bed Australia’s most beautiful women, but when he sobers up he realises he could lose much more than his reputation if he goes through with it. Unable to back out of an ironclad contract, he makes a deal with the network boss to rig the show, picking the lucky bachelorette ahead of time and guiding the season to meet his own ends and keep the board happy.
When her father tells Eliza Peterson she isn’t going to produce She’s The One, but appear as a one of the contestants, she is livid. Competing for some guy on reality TV is no way to earn his and the network's respect and show them she is capable of producing shows of her own.
But for all the planning and staging, somehow the show takes on a reality of its own, and the goals of Eliza and Banjo fall away from something neither of them expected love.
'She’s The One is an enjoyable light romantic romp through the reality TV world.' — Marsha Spohn, Netgalley
'This is a great spin on the "reality" shows such as The Bachelor and The Bachelorette and was a really enjoyable book.' —Laurie Franco, NetGalley
'She's The One by Bronwyn Stuart is a super quick romantic read. Cashing in on the popularity of shows like the Bachelor and the Bachelorette, She's The One is a novelisation of two unlikely candidates finding love in the most sterile and set up of locations - reality TV. She's The One is the perfect beach/summer read, so sit back and enjoy the sun as Eliza and Banjo discover what reality TV is really like.' — Jess Fitzpatrick, Netgalley
'Perfect for fans of the reality TV shows, She’s The One is well paced, developing a believable connection between Banjo and Eliza. Both characters have familial and relationship complications that play into their romance, but they are not acknowledged only to be brushed off but are considered and cause emotional obstacles to hurdle. The sterile and controlled reality TV environment is another hurdle that they are forced to tackle, but time alone and stolen moments allow their relationship to flourish away from the cameras. The writing is strong and wonderfully visual, allowing me to bask in the humidity of a Port Douglas summer. If you want a fun, quick romance with plenty of heart to win over your weekend, then definitely pick up She’s The One.' — Kate Tonks, Netgalley