Only One Kiss by Natasha Madison

 


Release Date: 09.01.2020


Synopsis:

Ralph

Being traded to Dallas was a dream come true. I had everything I wanted, my game had never been better, and my wife was due to have our baby any day now.

What could go wrong?
Everything.

I was now raising our baby on my own. After hockey practice and games, I didn't have time to sleep, let alone make sure my social media was up to par.

I never thought I'd get a second chance at love.

Candace

When my hotshot brother was drafted in the NHL, he didn't have time to do his social media, so I took over for him. Little did I know it would become my career.

My plate was full with over fifty NHL players, and I wasn't taking on any new clients.

Yet when he showed up on my doorstep with the cutest little girl in the whole world, I couldn't say no.

I was just helping, but it turned into more than that. He's the man I've been waiting for.

All it takes is one touch, one night, one chance, and only one kiss.

Review:


I've really enjoyed this story.
I have a problem with Natasha Madison's books I finish them too quickly, her writing is so smooth that I don't want put my reader down until the ens of the book.

Ralph, is a single dad and a hockey player. He tries to balance his career and being the best dad a baby girl could have. It is not easy and even if he wants to do everything by himself at one point he understands he needs some help. He hires a nanny and reluctantly a social media manager.
Candace is the best social media manager, her high profile clients, mostly hockey players, need a lot of attention and she can't add another jock to her list but Ralph comes with a cute five months baggage named Ariella who stole her heart at first sight and she cannot refuse.
Will their relationship be strictly work or will they act on their growing attraction?

I recommend to read this book because it is emotional, sweet and funny.





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