That smoking hot one-night stand with a former rock star? Turns out he's my son's new music teacher.
The night I met Campbell all I knew was he played my body the same way he strummed a guitar — like he owned it. Now I’ve learned he’s the man coming to my house twice a week to teach my kid — the best music lessons money can buy.
Time to turn down the volume on the late-night shenanigans with the sexy single dad. Only that’s easier said than done.
I can rock a guitar solo in front of thousands, I can write chart-topping tunes, and I can absolutely stop thinking about my student’s mother naked.
Trouble is, the more I get to know Mackenzie, the more I like all of her -- she’s an awesome mom, a great friend, and she gets along perfectly with my teenage daughter.
All we have to do is set some rules and no one gets hurt.
It’s all working out beautifully. Until we start breaking the rules, one by one.
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Mackenzie and Campbell's story
Once Upon a Real Good Time is book #1 in the Heartbreakers series and is the story of Mackenzie and Campbell.
Mackenzie is a single mom who has overcome some obstacles to get to where she is in life. In her final year of College she slept with her best friend guy friend so he could see if he was bi or gay. Turns out he was gay and that one time, she ended up pregnant. Even though life has thrown her curve balls, she makes the best of it, she starts her own graphic design business, still has a great relationship with her guy BFF and they co-parent their son.
Campbell is a single dad and a talented rock star! His band plays at the Grouchy Owl, where Mackenzie just happens to be playing trivia with her friend Roxy. During his set, Campbell can't help but notice Mackenzie, but after he's done playing she's no where in sight.
They end up running into each other again, thanks to a little help from Roxy, and the sparks fly. "I'm wondering if you want to be kissed by someone who's been wanting to kiss you all night long."
Things heat up between the two of them, then hit a brick wall when she finds out that Campbell is the person that's been hired to be her son's music teacher. "Who decided that breakups had to hurt worse than stepping on Legos?"
In the end it's their kids who intervene to bring them back together.
Once Upon a Real Good Time
Super cute story, but every other sentence drops several f-bombs. Not necessary.
Loved this book!
Lauren Blakey truly has a hit with this romance. I loved the interaction of her characters, Mackenzie and Campbell, their kids and family members. I highly recommend this 5 star read.