Only One Touch by Natasha Madison

 


Release Date: 02.09.2021



Synopsis:


Nico

When I inherited the Dallas Oilers from my father , I became one of the youngest owners in hockey history. Even though the team was at the bottom of the hockey standings, I had big plans to change that and bring the Cup to Dallas.

Falling in love was something I never believed would happen to me.

You’d think I was getting everything I ever wanted with the girl and the winning record, but I still have a promise to fulfill to my childhood best friend.

Becca

Never let them see you sweat has been my life motto since I decided to make a name for myself as the most-sought-after sport agent.

I know what it takes to close a deal, and only want one thing—to be the best.

Until I felt his touch one night, and everything I thought I knew was forgotten. Nico is everything I've never let myself want.

But all my cards came crashing down the minute I read the headlines.

It takes only one touch to change everything!


Review:


Every book in this series is great but Only One Touch is phenomenal.

Nico Harrison is the owner of Dallas hockey team, he is also the youngest owner in the championship so he is deeply focused on his work, he wants to become also the owner of the best team out there. Becca Edwards is a sports agent, she takes her work seriously, she is a shark when there is a contract to discuss and to sign because she wants to keep being the best in the business. They know each other a long time, their jobs made them acquaintances and they are friendly when their paths cross outside of their offices, until the day they feel something more, there's a new spark in their touches. Will they mix work and love? Or will they keep apart to not risk their business?

Nico and Becca are both smart, workaholic and extremely focused on their goals. I liked how they easily understand each other and their relationship seem funny and effortless. They are rightly scared to complicate their work relationship giving in to their physical attraction but sometimes it's worth to take the leap and see how it ends.

Natasha Madison wrote a story with an exceptionally smooth flow, amazing characters and a lot of steam. I couldn't put my reader down until I've finished it.

I will never get enough of Natasha Madison's words and I'm already looking forward to her next novel.





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