Natasha Madison does swoony hockey players like no one else, and every page is intertwined with the unconditional love and support of the families we adore.
Jillian is witty, kind, and sassy all at the same time. She’s reentering the dating scene with a blind date, and I can’t say it went badly, except for the fact that she meets Michael. When she and Michael meet for the second time, there’s a lot more between them than the comfort and ease that they shared when they met for the first time.
Michael was just traded to Dallas, at his wish and with the full support of his family. Michael is the ideal mix of swoony and protective alpha. When Michael sees Jillian months later, he gets the shock of his life, but it doesn’t take long for his true kindness and loving nature to earn him back into Jillian’s good graces.
Michael feels a pull towards Jillian as soon as he sees her, and their chemistry is obvious even before they’ve spoken a word to each other. It’s evident that they’re both aware of the chemistry in the air when they’re close together. Everything seems natural, as if they weren’t strangers only a few moments ago.
The underlying tension between them is for very different reasons, the second time they meet, but once they can communicate, their connection becomes soul-consuming. It felt as if they were destined to be in each other’s lives, as if it was written in the stars.
“Only One Mistake,” Madison’s novel, encapsulates everything I admire about her work. A magnificent mix of soul-satisfying chemistry; a swoony protective hero; a lively, sassy heroine, heartwarming feels, steam, and the quintessential fictional family.
From the Something So Series comes
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 nieces 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 let down 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.
All it took is only one mistake to change everything