Reality TV scout Vivvy Marsh loves her job, but she’ll lose it if she doesn’t find a hit. When she’s sent to Kansas to scout a show, it looks like a bust…until she meets sexy pilot, Nate Harrington. His family would make the perfect show to save her career.
Nate can’t deny his attraction to Vivvy, but no way can he let this show take off. The Harrington family is riddled with secrets, and she wants it all out in the open. For the next seven days, he’s going to stop at nothing to keep her out of his family’s business, even if it means keeping her distracted in his bedroom.
Reading about this book on the Ex Libris blog, I decided I had to try it. When I was notified I won it, I said SCORE! Seven Night Stand sound like a fun read. I couldn’t wait to delve in and see how these opposites came together.
Seven Night Stand had some hilarious moments, some scorching moments (one storage closet scene that was yummy) and some emotional moments. Neither the hero nor the heroine wanted to commit. The heroine didn’t think she could “stick” to any relationship or town. The hero never had anyone “stick” to him. They just figured it would be seven nights of fun and hot and sweaty. Boy were they wrong.
The author spun the tale so you could understand how both the Nate and Vivvy felt. You completely understood their reticence in declaring their emotions, but you still wanted to whoop upside their heads. They were exactly what the other needed and fought it at every turn. Vivvy was very frustrating to me. Nate kept putting himself on the line, and she never did. She always took the easy way out. Well, right until the end. Then she put everything on the line and made me love her too.
Seven Night Stand was a story about how two very different people can make it work with love. It was pretty awesome!
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Slinky