Release Date: January 4
A one-night stand gone wrong?
Being traded after fighting with your coach on air isn’t exactly a good look.
With one mistake under my belt, I knew I needed to focus on the game and nothing else.
But everything changed when I went to pick up my niece and came face-to-face with my very pregnant one-night stand from six months ago.
Two pink lines changed all my plans.
So did the guy I had a one-night stand with, a man who made me laugh and smile, a guy who I called to share my unexpected news with, only to find out his number was no longer in service.
Once more letdown by the opposite sex, I figured I was doing this on my own.
Then one day, I was staring into the eyes of the man I hated, the father of my baby.
Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars
Only One Mistake is a super cute one-night-stand/accidental pregnancy romance in Natasha Madison’s Only One series. The hero, Michael, is the son of Max and Allie from the Something So series, and his cousin is Cooper from Only One Regret.
The first day that Michael arrives in Dallas after being traded to the Oilers, he’s out incognito for a bite to eat and comes to the rescue of Jillian, who has been stood up by her blind date. She has no clue who he is, which he finds refreshing, and they have tons of chemistry. Their one-night stand is full of steam, and I thought they connected so well — so how was Michael going to blow her off when she called him to tell him about the baby when he was so smitten with her?
Okay, I bought into Michael’s explanation about having lost his phone/got a new number. Even if Jillian didn’t buy it — again, not knowing who he really is. I thought it was sweet how involved his parents wanted to be from the start, even though I expected them to question the surprise pregnancy A LITTLE considering who they are as a family. But they welcomed Jillian, Julia, and their mom into the family with open arms, making this a very hunky-dory, feel-good, no-angst romance.
I can’t wait to see what happens between Alex (Michael’s sister) and Dylan (his best friend/adopted cousin) in their book! And I would love to see Julia (Jillian’s twin) get an Oiler herself! I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.
When her nose isn’t buried in a book, or her fingers flying across a keyboard writing, she’s in the kitchen creating gourmet meals. You can find her, in four inch heels no less, in the car chauffeuring kids, or possibly with her husband scheduling his business trips. It’s a good thing her characters do what she says, because even her Labrador doesn’t listen to her…
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