I love this book and I’m so glad I had the opportunity to read it 🙂 I’ll let you the cover and the description 🙂
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.
I totally love this book. It was so simple and so beautiful and it was easy to read. This life, the love, are so complicated and in every love story must be something or someone who will ruin it. I’ve never read a book like this before, I mean, until now I read only books in which the two lovers aren’t together at first and in one way, they do so many crap. In this book from the first chapters Vivvy and Nate were together, I mean together in bed. Something like „Friends with Benefits” 🙂 I loved that movie too.
Vivvy came from LA to Kansas with work. She must convince Nate to make a show with Harrington family. But Nate didn’t accept this and Vivvy had only one week to convince him. Nate’s father was an idiot, Nate’s grandfather had alzheimer, Nate’s mother was indifferent and Nate’s brother was in Kansas City. Because of that Nate didn’t want to do the show. The family’s business was the airplanes and that looks good on TV. Nate and Vivvy slept together and they have this ‘seven night stand’. They wanted only sex, but without to realize, they fell in love.
Vivvy wanted to do the show only with Nate and his brother, but her bosses didn’t agree, so she tried again to convince Nate to do the show with his family and in this point, everything get worse. They broke up but they can’t live one without another.
This was a lovely book and I’m so glad I had the opportunity to read it. Rating: 5/5 stars.
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