REVIEW: Once Upon A Real Good Time by Lauren Blakely

Once Upon A Real Good Time by Lauren Blakely
296 pages

I want him and yet I can’t have him. He is forbidden but one night is all I can have. A woman like me is finally feeling alive and he is temptation. Having him nearby, seeing and hearing him is making me go wild. I am a woman yet a mom at all times and for once I want more than just what if. Campbell Evans is all man and though he plays music like with no effort it is the way he plays my body that confuses me. It has to be professional between us but dang one night of his hands on me and I so want more. Can I let him in or ruin whatever happiness my son might have?

One night is not enough I want more of the forbidden. Mackenzie is everything I need to stay away but I want her. For years it has been just me and Samantha. Nothing says growing up like being a single dad and seeing my wild days over. Yet just talking and knowing how Mackenzie sounds when she is in my arms makes me want more. Just when I think maybe I am once again in a place where I have to choose my happiness or my student. Can I have it all?

The first in Lauren Blakely’s new series is one that you will love right in the first chapter. We start off with Campbell Evans, teen heartthrob now an adult trying to figure out how to be sane, single father and hide his feelings to the first woman that has well waken him up. Then we have Mackenzie who has one job, being the best mom for her talented little musician feeling well like a woman after so many years. Lauren Blakely just created these two with so much fun, temptation and hello so much sexual chemistry between them it was hot. Cannot wait for Millers story next.

“I received an eBook copy from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own.”


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