Review: Only One Touch by Natasha Madison

Posted on February 9, 2021 by Nadene @ Totally Addicted to Reading in Reviews / 25 Comments

Only One Touch the fourth book in the Only One series was a highly anticipated read. The reader went into it with high expectations, and Madison did not disappoint.  This book should come with a warning label to prepare readers for the angst, the heat and the toll it would take on their emotions.

The reader was familiar with the characters featured in this installment as they appeared in the previous books. Nico is the owner of the Dallas Oilers Hockey Team, which he inherited from his father. The team was in shambles, and he hopes to turn things around by bringing the Stanley cup home to Dallas and making them the number one team in the league. Becca is a top-notch and well sought-after sports agent. Time and time again she has proven why she is one of the best when it came to representing athletes. Goal oriented driven and likes to be in control, which made her the perfect match for Nico. They moved in the same circles and worked together occasionally but shared nothing more until that one touch which changed the dynamics of their relationship.

Together, Becca and Nico made a great couple. The heat they generated when in each other’s company had the potential to burn a hole through whichever medium chosen to read this book. The times they spent together was intense, romantic, and swoon worthy. One would think Becca’s need for control would complicate their relationship, but this was not the case. Nico knew how to take charge, which she had a hard time resisting. All appeared to be going well for them as a couple, but then Nico did something that left everyone in shock, the reader included. His actions totally blindsided Becca, and it left them both in a world of pain and hurt. He could have avoided all the pain and heartache caused from his actions if only he had done one thing, communicate.

The characters from the previous books made an appearance and it was fun catching up with them. The story which featured characters which readers could relate to and would want to root for proved captivating from start to finish.
Overall, a great time was had with Only One Touch. Readers who enjoy steamy romance should definitely add this to their library.


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When her nose isn’t buried in a book, or her fingers flying across a keyboard writing, she’s in the kitchen creating gourmet meals. You can find her, in four inch heels no less, in the car chauffeuring kids, or possibly with her husband scheduling his business trips. It’s a good thing her characters do what she says, because even her Labrador doesn’t listen to her…

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25 responses to “Review: Only One Touch by Natasha Madison

  1. Love your review! So happy you enjoyed this one! I love it when you get to catch up with previous characters in series, it’s one of my favorite things about reading longer series. I adore Natasha Madison and this is one of the series that I have on my TBR and I’m bumping it up a bit to get to it sooner rather than later now. Happy reading!

  2. Debbie S Haupt

    Oh I’ve loved hockey romances before and yes I’m up for the angst 🙂 Thanks Nadene

  3. Only One Touch sounds like a hot read. I love the idea of “a warning label to prepare readers for the angst, the heat and the toll it would take on their emotions”.