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My brother’s best friend has a proposition for me. Have I mentioned he’s a sexy single dad? Tell me more…

There are a million reasons why Miles Hart isn’t the man I should date but allow me to enumerate the top three. He’s friends with my brother, he’s a single dad, and he’s a sexy, in-demand rock star. He might as well wear an off-limits, totally unavailable, and don’t-even-attempt-to-ride-this-ride sign.
Then he asks me to be his plus-one when his band plays at his high school reunion, and the night unfolds in ways I never expect.
I have three good reasons to keep my hands off Roxy Sterling–her brother’s my business manager and good buddy, my kid is the center of my world, and the last time I fell hard for a woman I was burned so badly that my interest in relationships has gone up in flames. But once I bring Roxy’s body next to mine on the dance floor, I want all the not-safe-for-work things I can’t have with her. So I make a proposition.

Then I learn exactly how risky we might be.





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My Review

Lauren Blakely’s Heartbreakers series has been a blast reading, but more than that, it’s such a feel good set of stories that readers can’t help but gush over them because, of course, the heroes and heroines are dynamically amazing, but also because the insanely cute and precocious kids as well as a slew of secondary characters add so much to each and every story line.

The Hart brothers, while all unique, are a trio of intelligent, hardworking, grounded, and attractive men whose love of music and showmanship made them a huge success and continue to allow them to live comfortably while also laying down roots. Campbell and Miller are amazing heroes in their own right, but I have to say that their younger brother, Miles, definitely owns my heart.

What I love most about Miles is that he’s a genuinely nice person who cares about other people and treats people with the respect and attention they deserve. There’s just something about a sexy rocker who doesn’t want to be known for his music or his looks; he wants the focus to be on who he is as a father and as a human being and Lauren Blakely does a great job illustrating what’s important to Miles and the steps that he took and continues to take to put what matters most at the forefront of his life.

Roxy is an amazing heroine – one who made a series of decisions based on her OWN wants and needs, and I love that she focused on how she wanted her life to be and then went about making the changes necessary for that kind of life. She’s quirky and entertaining, and she makes everyone in her presence feel like they matter. I loved being inside her head and listening to her work out her feelings for Miles and what that would mean for them, especially with her pregnant status and the fact that she believes going alone is the best way for her and her unborn child.

Miles and Roxy’s ‘plus-one’ agreement is the ideal situation for these two when it comes to their aversion to dating and commitment, but the fact that they so easily connect and revel in their time together also speaks to how wrong both of them are in thinking any kind of relationship would never work because it’s more about not finding the right person, but now that they seem to have found the one who ‘gets’ them in ways that no one else has, the only thing stopping them from moving forward is their fears and their stubbornness, and I love how Lauren Blakely allows Miles and Roxy to slowly chip away at their hesitancies by creating situations where their plus-one agreement is needed, forcing them, on numerous occasions, to see what’s right in front of them.

Once Upon a Wild Fling is an absolute MUST READ romance; I loved the slow burn feel of the story line, which is more than appropriate given Miles’ feelings for his ex and Roxy’s current knocked-up condition, but, in the end, it’s more than clear that Miles and Roxy add so much to each other’s lives and become an irreplaceable part of one another’s family, and it’s the idea of family and its invaluable position in their lives that resonates from the pages of all three Hart brothers’ stories, and as their family dynamics are shaken up and added to, it’s quite obvious that they wouldn’t want it any other way.

5 Poison Apples

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I find Miles behind a stage that has probably witnessed high school graduations, speeches, and musicals. His eyes take a leisurely stroll up and down my body. The way he stares, every zone in my body feels erogenous. Especially the boob zone, where he spends more time than usual.

When he slides his gaze up to my face, he looks hypnotized, then he shakes it off and brings me in for a hug. “So glad you’re here, Rox. Now go enjoy the show, and I’ll find you the second we’re done.”

Once it starts, I do enjoy the show. I never saw the Heartbreakers in concert when they were in their heyday. I’ve never been a concert person. Not that I’m opposed to music, but my mother set a precedent when I was in the eighth grade and my friends had a chance to see P!nk perform. I asked her if I could go, but the next day I had to take the prep school entrance exam, so the answer was no.

It’s a better use of your time to stay in and study,” she’d said.

That’s what I mostly did in high school, listening to music on the radio as I worked through math problems and wrote essays on the Vietnam War. The Heartbreakers kept me company that way. Later, when Miles became a solo artist, I’d find myself humming his tunes when I heard them play in Starbucks, or while riding the escalator at Bed Bath & Beyond.

I became a fan, but I’m not a fangirl like some of the others here tonight. I don’t just mean the women. The Heartbreakers have fanboys and fangirls, singing along, belting out tunes. They’re crowding the stage, and the security guards hired when the Heartbreakers were confirmed for the event are standing on alert, arms crossed. Fortunately, there are no bras or panties thrown at the stage, nor briefs or belts either. I’m glad Miles’s high school class is full of fans but not crazy groupies.

The music reverberates in the gymnasium as the trio of gorgeous brothers sings love songs and fun songs and sexy songs while disco balls twirl from the ceiling and strobe lights flash.

When the set nears the end and they dive into one of Miles’s most popular solo tunes, a love song called “Today,” I swear his eyes find mine in the crowd as he sings about yesterdays and tomorrows. The way he sings turns the tingles into sparks, and I’m feeling it now for sure—that click, click, click of my heart, or maybe it’s my hormones.

Whatever it is, my breath comes faster as I dance.

When the show ends and the band thanks the crowd, that’s my cue to find him backstage. He’s sweaty, and I’ve never found sweat so sexy before. He drapes an arm around me, drops a kiss to my cheek, and says, “Hey, sexy bodyguard.”

My voice is a little breathier than I expect as I reply, “Reporting for duty.”

Romcom perfection! The plot was one I didn’t see coming!”

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Three brothers. Three rock stars. Three standalones.

The Heartbreakers Series—full-length, standalone romantic comedies with no cliffhangers releasing within one month so you can binge read these sexy novels! You can indulge in three delicious romances — a sexy one-night stand with an off-limits woman, a best-friends-to-lovers tale, and a falling-for-my-buddy’s-sister love story.

All come with banter, sexy times, and single parents!

So get your one-clickers ready for these sexy & charming men! Each love story will make you laugh, swoon and fan yourself from the heat!

September 10: Once Upon a Real Good Time

September 24: Once Upon a Sure Thing

October 8: Once Upon a Wild Fling

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About Lauren Blakely

A #1 New York Times Bestselling author, and #1 Wall Street Journal Bestselling author, Lauren Blakely is known for her contemporary romance style that’s hot, sweet and sexy. She lives in California with her family and has plotted entire novels while walking her dogs. With fourteen New York Times bestsellers, her titles have appeared on the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestseller Lists more than 100 times, and she’s sold more than 2.5 million books. In October she’ll release ONCE UPON A WILD FLING, a sexy single dad, best friend’s little sister romance. To receive an email when Lauren releases a new book, sign up for her newsletter!

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