Only One Chance by Natasha Madison


Release Date: 10.20.2020



They called me the pretty boy on and off the ice. Hockey’s most eligible bachelor. 

When my teammate asked me to donate one date to his charity, I figured why not. Worst case, I’d spend the night with a fan. Best-case scenario, she would be hot. What I wasn’t expecting was for my dream girl to be the highest bidder.

For years, she brushed me off, and now, I finally had a chance to take her out and show her who I really was. 

With only one shot at this, I really hoped I didn’t mess it up. 


At the top of my career, I was riding the wave of my sports talk show having the best rating on the radio. 

I also made it a rule to never date any sports players. 

It was my one rule, and I was sticking to it until I bid on the only man who gets under my skin. 

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


Only One Chance was such a good read with a beautiful group of characters that you can know better in the other books of the series.

Miller is a hockey player who likes flirting. Layla is a sports radio host. They've known each other for years and even if he has been trying hard to go out on a date with her she has always declined his invitation until now. During a charity party, where there were quite a lot of champagne consumption, Layla bid the higher sum of money to win a date with Miller. After a moment of shock she finally accepts to go out with him and she finds out that Miller is not only the biggest flirt in the men history but he has also a romantic side. Will Miller conquer her heart? Will Layla overcome her fears and completely trust Miller?

Natasha Madison wrote an entertaining story, the slow burn and the witty bantering only emphasize the chemistry and the attraction between the main characters.

I highly recommend to one click this book.


  1. This sounds like an interesting romance book! I thoroughly enjoy witty banter. Thanks for sharing.


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