on July 11, 2016
Series: Tall Dark and Texan #3
Genres: adult, contemporary, Romance
Source: eARC from Publisher
A sexy category romance from Entangled's Brazen imprint . . .
He’s the man she loves to hate . . .
Olivia Kane’s wedding day has just imploded spectacularly. Shots lined up at the bar? Bring it. Hot stranger on the hook? Come on down. What this party does not need is six feet and change of home-grown Texas cockiness in the form of her brother’s best friend, the man who broke her heart seven years ago.
She’s the woman he has to have . . .
Flynn Cross won’t stand by while Liv finds sensual solace in the arms of a stranger, not when his own hard-for-her body is more than up for the task. For one week, he’ll make her honeymoon-for-one a sizzling party for two.
Breaking the rules, one steamy night at a time . . .
But the taboo they’re breaking is only the beginning . . . and Flynn’s part in Liv’s wedding debacle could bring about their end.
One Week to Score is the third book in the Tall, Dark, and Texan series by Kate Meader. The series is a group of interconnected standalones. The characters cross over but the stories can all be read independently. One Week to Score is the first book in the series that I have read. I am a sucker for a brother’s best friend trope, so I knew I had to read One Week to Score. And I was really glad that I did. Not only did I enjoy it immensely, but it made me want to grab Brody’s story next.
Olivia and Flynn go way back. Then they didn’t speak for years and were both engaged to other people. One Week to Score picks up on Olivia’s wedding day as it all falls apart before it even gets started. Insert Flynn to pick up the pieces, against Olivia’s wishes. I loved the fun, bickering dynamic between the two of them. And it only gets hotter as they get closer. Flynn does not give up easily, which is good because Olivia is stubborn as heck. But even as stubborn as she is, it certainly didn’t take long for her to agree to what Flynn was proposing during her botched honeymoon week. One Week to Score is a little predictable but fun nonetheless.
If you are a fan of the off limits sibling/siblings best friend trope, and the fling to more trope, this one will satisfy your craving big time. It is a very fun read. Olivia and Flynn are sure to have you fanning yourself. This one is a hot read. Perfect for a pool day, a beach day, or just about any day- in my opinion. If you are looking for a saucy romance, One Week to Score if your book.
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