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About the Author
Audiobook Narrator Bio: Elena Wolfe is a narrator of audiobooks. She is best known for her reading of C. C. Gibbs All or Nothing series.
Audiobook Narrator Bio: Sebastian York is an audiobook narrator whose readings include Twisted Perfection by Abbi Glines and Beautiful Bombshellby Christina Lauren, among others.
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- Publication Date : January 3, 2017
- File Size : 2644 KB
- Print Length : 252 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Meghan March LLC (January 3, 2017)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B01N8RYK3F
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #34,039 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top reviews from the United States
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In Real Good Man, we meet Banner Regent and Logan Brantley. Two individuals who seemingly couldn't be any different.
Banner is living the life that many people can only dream of living. With little responsibility and the world at her feet, she lives her life day to day as any New York City socialite would. While it may seem perfect on the outside, appearances are at times deceiving, and Banner truly wants more from her life. Sure, she enjoys all of the luxuries that her life has afforded her, but one can only appreciate them for so long before beginning to feel suffocated.
Logan has spent his life in a small Kentucky town trying to clean up and move on from the 'bad boy' that everyone in town knows him to be. Hard working and kind of a badass, the center of attention to most of the female population is the last place where Logan wants to be...except when it comes to the mysterious stranger he has been texting with for a few weeks. Knowing that the real person behind these mysterious texts is probably too good to be true, Logan's world is knocked off it's axis when he finally comes face to face with Banner. What began as a simple text message became something so much more than either of them could ever imagine. Can the unexpected lead to something truly life-changing and mind-blowing, or will reality shatter the fantasies that they both hold for the other?
Banner is by far my favorite Meghan character to date. Her independence and spunk is something I admire. Her wit and sass add so much to this story, and while her heart is being pulled in different directions, her smarts and true sense of self lead her to where she ultimately knows she should be. She may not be looking for her happily ever after, she won't let anything stand in her way of reaching her dreams.
Logan. I love this man. Down to earth, and super sweet, he prides himself on the life he has built. Knowing he is different than any of the other guys who Banner has hung out with, he will fight tooth and nail to get what he wants. He stole my heart and proved that taking a risk can be a real good thing!
Meghan March is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. Her ability to write laugh-out-loud yet totally steamy stories is one of the many reasons why I love her. Real Good Man is no exception!
Banner and Logan make Real Good Man a VERY enjoyable read! Banner is probably the most entertaining character I've met so far of Meghan's. She is unapologetic and lives her life the way she wants to. And Logan? He's the kind of man every woman wants to get their hands on.
I love the way that Logan and Banner "meet" which I'll let you read about for yourself. The text message storyline that Meghan has in the book was a unique and fun way for these two people to get to know a little bit about each other. Banner knows that Logan is from Kentucky and a former military man and Logan knows that Banner is a brash, ballsy Manhattanite who crosses the friends line one night when she drunk texts Logan.
Once these two meet each other, the chemistry is off the charts, the sex is explosive and the feelings they develop for each other kept me glued to the pages. I swear I started reading their story and the next thing I knew I was turning the last page. Not because the book was short, but because I couldn't put it down.
Logan Brantley is absolutely top book boyfriend material. He had me swooning nonstop, with the devotion he showed to Banner, the way he gave her his complete attention, and the possessive and protective feelings and actions he displayed throughout the book.
Meghan portrays small town Gold Haven perfectly, with the resident gossip mill and the local watering hole playing a big part in the story. I had to laugh at how Meghan describes the single ladies in the town, looking to sink their claws in Logan. There is some mystery starting to brew in this book, and I am excited to see how that storyline plays out in book 2.
That ending?? Not cool, Meghan!! Good thing book two, Real Good Love will be coming out very shortly!!
Top reviews from other countries
Real Good Man starts of with Banner and Logan,is this mysterious text relationship,one that neither can quit as they're both intrigued by each other and the fact they really like it. So can they really fall for each other, when it all started with a text.
Banner isn't your typical woman she's laid back no filter, really fun girl whom I loved it was refreshing to have someone with sass and down to earth, she really is smart yet a fun loving woman. She's also a New Yorker businesswoman and Logan is a mechanic from a small town in Kentucky,they seem to be too different,nothing in common right? Well once they meet up when Logan finds himself in NY they realise they've a lot more a like than they think and their one night will have more meaning than just that.
As the title suggest Logan is a Real Good Man something Banner isn't used to and Logan isn't used to woman like Banner.
The relationship between the two of them was different than I imagined but in a good way,it was refreshing.
So what happens when Banner finds herself in Kentucky in Logan's small town, they can't deny each other.
I'm dying for the conclusion, I really loved this book and I'm glad it's not far off.
When her best friend is in need and without a phone, she borrows Logan Brantley's phone to call her. However Banner continues to text him and they start an easy friendship. She often texts looking for advice or just about random stuff.
Logan Brantley is an ex-marine living in Kentucky. He owns a garage where he fixes up model cars and does general repairs. So when he lets Banner know that he will be in New York to drop off a car, he decides it's the perfect opportunity for them to meet.
Logan: Yes. Friday. It's time we meet in person.
Banner is a little bit reluctant to meet Logan. She doesn't want to make the same mistakes she always does by sleeping with him on the first date. She really likes him and wants things to be different between them.
When they finally meet the attraction is instantaneous. There is no doubt that they are hot for each other.
After Logan returns home, they are not sure when they'll ever see each other again. Little do either of them know that life is going to take an unexpected turn; one that takes Banner to Logan's hometown. The townsfolk are a load of old gossips and the woman aren't the friendliest.
I really loved Banner and her internal dialogue. She was a great heroine, had a lot of sass, and had tons of LOL moments. Logan, well he was very charming and knew exactly what he wanted. He was also sweet and genuinely cared about Banner.
I can't wait to see how this story continues in Real Good Love!
It ends on a cliffhanger, yet I probably won't be buying the next book as this one felt finished. The girl and the guy are together and happy. And they are like that for the vast majority of this novel. Really no need for this book to be stretched out.