Real Good Love (Book Two of the Real Duet)

Real Good Love (Book Two of the Real Duet)

by Meghan March

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Overview

From USA Today bestselling author Meghan March comes a sexy new duet with a hero you won't want to miss.

I've had my fair share of bad boys, but nothing prepared me for what it was like to be with a real good man.
Logan Brantley changed everything.
Somewhere along the way, what started as a fling became the best part of my life.
He makes me want all the things I've never had, like forever and happily ever after, but nothing worth having comes easily.
Everyone is betting on us to fail, but I'm ready to fight for this real good love.

Real Good Love is the conclusion of the Real Duet and should be read following Real Good Man.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781943796717
Publisher: Meghan March LLC
Publication date: 12/10/2016
Series: Real Duet Series , #2
Pages: 274
Sales rank: 353,634
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

Meghan March has been known to wear camo face paint and tromp around in woods wearing mud-covered boots, all while sporting a perfect manicure. She's also impulsive, easily entertained, and absolutely unapologetic about the fact that she loves to read and write smut. Her past lives include slinging auto parts, selling lingerie, making custom jewelry, and practicing corporate law. Writing books about dirty talking alpha males and the strong, sassy women who bring them to their knees is by far the most fabulous job she's ever had. She loves hearing from her readers at meghanmarchbooks@gmail.com.


Elena Wolfe is a narrator of audiobooks. She is best known for her reading of C. C. Gibbs' All or Nothing series.


Sebastian York is an audiobook narrator whose readings include Twisted Perfection by Abbi Glines and Beautiful Bombshell by Christina Lauren, among others.

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Real Good Love 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 82 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
## FREAKING ASTOUNDING. I adored this book. It is the conclusion of Banner and Logan's story. And what a conclusion it is. It was fun, sexy, exciting, sweet and Meghan even threw in some intrigue. Is there anything this woman can't write? Logan was the total package and Bruce (what a perfect nickname for a girl named after the Hulk) was sassy yet sweet. Logan and Banner's chemistry was off the charts. Please let there be more stories coming.... Maybe a story for Boone (but not with THAT girlfriend), Cody, Granger, and definitely for Nicole. Thanks Meghan, for writing these amazing characters.
berry_nice More than 1 year ago
HOT! FUNNY! SWEET! This has it all. Finished this read with a HUGE smile on my face. I freaken loved it! I love Logan! I totally 100% love that he's a mechanic because it's not a common trade in bookboyfriends. Banner is amazeballs! She has an honest heart and strong attitude when needed. I wouldn't mind being her friend and help with the testing of her products, just to be a good friend of course *wink* These two are seriously perfect. Their entire story was wonderful! I wanted this book so bad after reading Real Good Man and it was everything and more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A sweet alpha male !! Who would have thought it was possible ... When I picture alpha males I picture these broody bossy men ( which I adore ) . Logan is all that and more ,but he has a sweetness to him that just makes me Swoon !!! Banner is witty , feisty, but also incredibly sweet. This couple had me flipping pages at alarming rate because I couldn't wait to see where their story would take me . Their chemistry is incredible , so is their story and definitely one you shouldn't miss out on . Love these two !! 5 Stars !
Anonymous 3 months ago
i+like+you+Meghan+but+stop+splitting+up+the+books.+
SammiiTX More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great characters, great story. Keep them coming.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved Logan, Banner and Julianne I want as friends
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really good story
ShaunaC1795 More than 1 year ago
Ohhhh Banner and Logan y'all almost gave me a heart attack! This book, especially, the ending had my heart pounding and almost throwing my nook, but Ms. March made it right and I am forever grateful. I love the banter between Banner and Logan. Banner being a transplant is also an adjustment, but for the love of a good man, you will do just about anything.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great read by this author.
kahea46 More than 1 year ago
***5 ‘Famous in a Small Town’ Stars*** ~**~ Audiobook Review ~**~ Things start off right where Real Good Man ended and what a ride it was. There’s a couple of surprising twists tossed in, a good dash of mystery/suspense and a whole lot of swoon worthy, panty destroying smexyness going on as Logan and Banner figure out just where they want to go with their fledgling relationship. If I didn’t already adore Logan and Banner, this book would have bumped them up to that level, in fact they may just be my favorite couple of Ms. March’s which isn’t an easy thing to achieve. I loved watching them become more intertwined with each other, not only on the sexual level, which was nuclear, but soul deep to the point that they knew each other inside out. They had a few issues to address throughout their journey that had them both in a tailspin, but they faced them head on and with a maturity that I found refreshing. Outside of Logan and Banner’s epic romance, I thought the various twists and turns throughout the story and the suspense/mystery storyline simmering in the background were all done very well. I loved getting to know the residents of Gold Haven, Kentucky better. Some I wanted to gut with a spoon, but there were a good number that I’d love to see get their own books one day and I swear my ovaries exploded because of Creighton Caras and simply proved once more why he will never be moved off my book boyfriend list and I cannot wait to get my hands on Boone’s story! And as always, the narrators were brilliant. I enjoyed their performance and solidified why I never waffle over purchased any audiobook they read.
SarahGill More than 1 year ago
Banner & Logan's story comes to an end with Real Good Love. While I appreciate a good mystery, there were so many times I just wish one of them would pick up the phone and act like adults. But then we would't get our steamy, sexy scenes and we wouldn't have the who done it mentality throughout the book. I will always love a woman with sass and a pair of brass balls. Thank god for Banner! Logan's ok too.. but I must admit, I have a girl crush.
KristieK More than 1 year ago
Real Good Love By: Meghan March 5 Star Review by Kristie K. In the scorching finale to the Real Duet, Meghan March proves how a Real Good Man gives Real Good Love… Okay, Ms. March…I said in my last review that your stories do things to me…NOW I’m telling you how much I LOVE the things you do to me! After the cliffhanger we were left with at the end of Real Good Man, we pick right back up where we left off, but Ms. March holds us in suspense for a while before FINALLY relieving the pressure and giving us the answers we desperately need. The challenges, mystery, and danger only grows as the relationship between Banner and Logan heats up. There is someone in Gold Haven that wants secrets to remain hidden, and both Banner and Logan find themselves and those close to them right in the line of fire. Just when you think things are looking up, and everything is going to be alright with happily ever afters for everyone…shit gets real. The suspense continues, but this time there are lives on the line. As with the previous installment, the quick wit, humor, and intelligence of our characters is soooooo much fun. I so enjoy the banter, and easy way they handle turmoil in their small town, and the way they back each other up no matter what. Just the type of people I’d want on my side. So, the characters were as awesome as the first, well developed and even more swoon worthy in this one. The plot, storyline, and writing were just as flawless and on point as Real Good Man. I loved everything about the people, the places, and the storyline. The only thing I would change, would be to get EVEN MORE!! I truly cannot wait to see what you have in store for us with Boone, Ms. March! Bring. It. On. Kristie K
Ashley_lynn719 More than 1 year ago
I loved every minute of this book, I could not put it down! Even though this is a duet, they are entirely different books. Real Good Love is filled with so much drama and suspense, I just couldn’t get enough! You continue to watch Logan and Banner’s relationship grow and mature as they stake claim to what they want in their lives. Logan and Banner’s story continues where it left off with a bang. Their relationship is put to the test when Banner has to return to New York to handle the estate of her neighbor. Meanwhile in Gold Haven, the meth epidemic continues. With the law enforcement, and a high profile reporter in town, they are finally starting to make some headway on the case. Just when I thought I had who was behind it figured out, I’d switch gears. Note: I didn’t get it right in the end anyways! But, that’s what I love about suspense, the constant wondering and pointing of fingers! Will Gold Haven finally accept Banner as one of their own? Will they get their happily ever after? Who is behind the meth epidemic? This book has everything you need in a good story. Love, humor, drama, suspense, the list goes on! I thoroughly enjoyed all the small town drama and rumors. Meghan definitely hit the nail on the head in that aspect, and I laughed more than a few times at the situations they encountered being in a small town.
marthaymc More than 1 year ago
After that hell of a cliffhanger in Real Good Man I couldn't wait to get my hands on this one. The emotional roller coaster I went through with Banner and Logan had me at one point screaming "You can't do this to me March!!!" Banner has no filter and I just love her for that. Logan is the alpha but also shows his softer side when it comes to Banner. These two are perfect for each other. I can honestly say I did not see that plot twist coming. Floor meet jaw. The ending had me laughing and wanting Banner to be my friend. Loved this duet
sverret More than 1 year ago
ahhhh...so glad this book FINALLY came out. I couldn't believe I was left hanging after Real Good Man! Logan and Banner were incredible. Logan was always so patient with Banner...and Banner...wow...I just laughed out loud with some of the things that came out of her mouth. I also loved that this was a big city girl, living in a small town and in spite of some of the people there, she loved it there. Of course the chemistry between those two were HOT...but all of Meghan March's books are like that. I would take Logan in a heartbeat! Meghan always has a way of developing her characters into someone that I would love to meet and hang out with...and especially these two. Some late night reading was done to finish this...so I had some bags under the eyes...just be warned
Lisa-Lou More than 1 year ago
Real Good Love by Meghan March is the second and final book in her Real Duet. This concludes the small town/big city drama of Logan and Banner's relationship. Told in dual POV, this story picks up from the cliffhanger in book one, Real Good Man, and continues on through Banner's return to New York, Logan's restoration and custom work on Thrasher Boone's Olds 442 and the small town meth lab drama that has been part of the back story the entire time. Most stories I'm so busy wondering who the bad guy is, where the plot is going, etc., that I can get distracted from the story. Not so with this book or any of Meghan March's books I have read so far. I get so swept up in the characters that I'm simply along for the ride and my attention stays focused on the pages. Banner is the sassiest female that could have probably ever landed in the small town of Gold Haven and Logan truly is a Real Good Man. LOVED THIS SO HARD!!!! Enjoy! This book is preceded by two other series that may not be necessary to read but are a true pleasure.
nickelbull08 More than 1 year ago
Real Good Love is the conclusion to Logan and Banner’s story. After reading Real Good Man, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this. It was worth the wait and delivered on all levels. The book picks up right where the first book left us…with the cliffhanger. I am a very impatient person and I was going crazy trying to decide what was going on. So thank you Meghan for running head first into that for me!!! I loved that I didn’t have to read another 300 pages just to see the cliffhanger resolved. I felt at home reading this book, and was able to jump right in where I left off. Small town gossip and drama, meth lab mysteries, hard working people, tons of humor, and a couple with enough fire that they light this book on fire. If you enjoyed Real Good Man, you will LOVE Real Good Love.
Angie_H80 More than 1 year ago
Alot of times with a duet, one of the books is not as good, loses some of the appeal, or just lacks that power that the 1st book had. Real Good Love is NOT that book. Real Good Love had so much humor, passion, drama, and intrigue in it I have had a hard time deciding which book I enjoyed more. Banner has become my all time favorite female character, and that's a long list of favorites...Logan is so good, kind, sexy, and wonderful, it's impossible not to love him, even when he's all cave man like in not wanting Banner to help him out of a situation she got him in. I cannot recommend this duet enough!! And, I cannot wait to read more from Meghan March!!
MyMyN More than 1 year ago
Real Good Love doubled my love for Banner Regent. She has my whole heart! Never have I read any romance that makes me fall in love with the leading lady more than the leading man. Not that I wasn’t head over heels for Logan Brantley – believe me, he is the full package! City girl meets small town hunk duet – say what?! The only reason why this didn’t hit 5 Stars like Real Good Man, book 1 in this duet was because of personal preference. Real Good Love did not have enough obstacles/issues for me. Like I said personal taste; nothing to do with the writing or the story line – but I am not one to truly get swallowed up in a book unless it gives me heart palpitations to say the least – HA! Overall, I really liked it and am a fan of this author. If you are looking for a feel good book mixed in with some sexiness and a splash of mystery – one click this duet!
Ladydi232 More than 1 year ago
Real Good Love is book 2 in the Real Duet and picks up right where we were left hanging (luckily, not for long!) at the end of Real Good Man! I just completely fell in love with both Banner, a heroine who stands on her own feet and Logan, a Hero who is strong enough to let her! "The rest of my life might be falling to sh*t, but with her in my arms, I’ve got everything that matters." The texts and banter where highly entertaining and Logan could dirty talk the panties off of anyone!!! This duet is my new favorite Meghan March story and I want to reread already!
BookLover328 More than 1 year ago
Laugh out loud conclusion to Real Good Man. Logan and Banner battle small town gossip as they work to figure out if this city girl can win this country boy's heart. One of these best heroine storylines I have read in a long time. I want to be BFFs with Banner!!! If you love a steamy romance with a hefty dose of laughter and a side of suspense this Real Good Book is for you!
Just1morecapter More than 1 year ago
That was a good end to the Real Good duet. Real Good Man left us off with a bit of a cliffhanger that was quickly cleared up in Real Good Love & I was chuckling at the way it was done. I loved the whodunit part of the story - there were enough potential bad guys it made it difficult to figure out who the real culprit was. Once again the heat was high for this love story. With several chapters spent apart, Logan and Banner had to get creative. Once they get back together, it's super hot! There's not much to say about this couple I didn't say in the review for Real Good Man. This is a good read for those that love hot, intense romance.
S_W_ More than 1 year ago
A perfect conclusions to Logan and Banner's story! There were some twists, turns and surprises. There was also some hot and sexy too! Overall this book was very satisfying, great strong characters and plot, with an interesting storyline. Loved it!!
Bookloverstrio More than 1 year ago
4 "His Pie" stars! Seriously. Banner Regent is the one. I don't think I've ever laughed out loud so much during a book. And Banner is solely responsible for that. And HELLO Logan. There's nothing more attractive than a man taking care of his woman. Well, maybe a woman who can take care of herself while still appreciating all that her man does for her. The way Meghan has written these characters complimenting each other makes this book MORE than a page turner... Rushing back to New York on such short notice has Banner wanting nothing more than to return back to Kentucky to be with her man; regardless of the grim reasons behind her return to NY. "New York may be the center of the world in a lot of ways, but it's no longer the center of my world." It was more than obvious Logan was tired of all the stuff his town had been suffering from as of late, but having Banner by his side has made it all the better. "This woman, the one I thought I wouldn't have a d***** thing in common with, has proven she fits into my life better than I could've imagined." While Logan and Banner are trying everything they can to keep their relationship strong, the country life seems to be throwing every possible punch at them along the way. Even with these unstoppable forces coming at them from every which way, they don't let it stop them from trying to be happy with the foundation they're trying to build as individuals as well as a couple. "I'd move mountains for you, Banner. I'd do anything in my power to make your life easier." "For the first time in my life, I'm happy to be possessed. He owns me, and not just my body." But just because you'd do anything for the one you love doesn't mean you can predict and stop the unexpected. "She's my everything. I will not lose her." But not every Logan can do everything in his power to keep that from happening...