Title: One Shot
Series: Chances #1
Author: BJ Harvey
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 16, 2017
I think for sure it must've been a dream because there’s no way a guy could look like that, touch me like that and be so in tune with me on every known level, and disappear, leaving me with nothing but a good story to tell my friends.
When he walks into my bar three months later, everything I thought I knew and what we’d had disappears in the blink of an eye and the blinding light of the three-carat diamond on his fiancée's hand.
It seems what I thought was a dream is now my most complicated reality, and I've got absolutely no idea how to fix it - or if I even want to.
Review by: Jennifer
Kenzie has an amazing weekend with Millen, not right away mind you, she puts him through a few dates first that way she knows he is serious. After having this wonderful weekend, they part ways and Millen goes home... never to be heard from again. A few months later, after Kenzie has attempted to move on but never forgetting Millen and the spark they had, a childhood enemy comes into the bar to show off her fiancé, who ends up being none other than Millen. For Millen, Kenzie is his one but he is already entangled in a web that is too thick to get out of. With family and moral obligations at war Millen has to figure out what the best course is, will it be Kenzie?
This was a quick entertaining read. The steamy chemistry between Kenzie and Millen burned up the pages. There was drama of epic proportions, some O-M-G moments and a few moments that just made you squirm. There is an aspect of this book that does bother me, but in the end it didn't really matter. I give this 4 stars and am looking forward to the next in this series.
BJ Harvey is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the Bliss Series. She regards herself as a smut peddler, suspense conjurer, and a funny romance thinker upper. An avid music fan, you will always find her singing some hit song badly and loving every minute of it. She’s a wife, a mom to two beautiful girls, and hails from what she considers as the best country in the world—New Zealand.