Sunday, 10 January 2016

Review: For Seven Nights Only by Sarah Ballance

Kelsie Reed is over bad luck and bad men. Newly dumped, she’s now the pathetically single maid of honor in her sister's wedding—and her ex is the best man. Her bad luck continues when a plumbing meltdown in her apartment sends her sexy neighbor running to her rescue. He’s got "serial dater" written all over him, which is unfortunate because the man is hot.

Sawyer Chase loves women, but settling down? He’ll leave that to his brothers. But when Kelsie confesses she’s a dating disaster and is about to become the laughing stock of her family wedding, Sawyer takes control. He's got one week to teach her how to land the man of her dreams, and he’ll do it on her terms: no touching, no kissing, and definitely nothing more.

But some rules need to be broken, especially when, for once, there’s something on the line worth fighting for…

Expected publication: January 18th 2016 by Entangled Publishing, LLC (Lovestruck) 
Series: Chase Brothers #2
Genre: Romance/Contemporary

Kristine's Thoughts:

** I received an advance readers copy from Entangled Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!**

For Seven Nights Only is the second book in the Chase Brothers series but can be read as a stand alone. I did not read the first one and it did not impact my enjoyment or understanding at all.

This was a super easy and quick romance that was cute and sexy all at the same time. Kelsie and Sawyer lived in the same building and when Kelsie's apartment sprang a leak into Sawyers, their paths crossed. During this interaction it became known that Kelsie considered herself a dating disaster and that she was desperate to find a date to her sister's wedding. Sawyer offered his services and seven dates to find her someone to be her plus one at the wedding. Kelsie knew Sawyer as a playboy and although she promised him that nothing would happen between them, she agreed because she needed some help.

You can guess where this was heading!

I definitely saw where this was going and I was on the money. Even though it was somewhat predictable it was still really cute. Kelsie was an extremely likeable character that I could relate to. I always appreciate a smart woman with mostly good common sense. Sawyer was the bad boy (who wasn't really bad) that we all love to see come to his senses. Together they were easy for me to route for. On top of that, they had chemistry that was sexy and hot.

I would recommend this to readers who enjoy cute romances but don't have a lot of time for reading. This one is a quick one and will leave a smile on your face. I look forward to reading more about the Chase brothers!

About the Author
Sarah and her husband of what he calls “many long, long years” live on the mid-Atlantic coast with their six young children, all of whom are perfectly adorable when they’re asleep. She never dreamed of becoming an author, but as a homeschooling mom, she often jokes she writes fiction because if she wants anyone to listen to her, she has to make them up. (As it turns out, her characters aren’t much better than the kids). When not buried under piles of laundry, she may be found adrift in the Atlantic (preferably on a boat) or seeking that ever-elusive perfect writing spot where not even the kids can find her.

She loves creating unforgettable stories while putting her characters through an unkind amount of torture—a hobby that has nothing to do with living with six children. (Really.) Though she adores nail-biting mystery and edge-of-your-seat thrillers, Sarah writes in many genres including contemporary and ghostly paranormal romance. Her ever-growing roster of releases may be found on her website.

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