My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Sawyer Chase is your typical womanizer. Afraid to settle down, he goes through his fair share of women. He meets Kelsie Reed who lives above him after a plumbing disaster. Kelsie is having a hard time. She seems to be in dating slump and is in desperate need of a date for her sister’s wedding. Sawyer takes pity on Kelsie and decides he will teach her how to land a man in seven days. What should be only seven dates quickly turns into something more between the two. Can Sawyer overcome is commitment phobia and give Kelsie a chance?
This was a fun and cute book. It’s a fast and easy read. I really enjoyed watching Sawyer and Kelsie form their relationship. I found their bickering really cute.
“Clearly you have experience as a womanizing troll, so you must know what men look for.”
“I asked the guy in the coffee shop downstairs if he remembered you. Old librarian glasses, wears tapestry.”
I enjoyed how they both didn’t really like each other at first, but as times goes on and they spend more time together, they really start to know each other and build their relationship. My favorite part of any romance book is the relationship build up. As Sawyer spends more time helping Kelsie, he starts to see her in a new light. Eventually Kelsie and Sawyer take that leap. Sawyer stills has to overcome is own relationship issues, but when he falls, he falls hard.
“The reason I spent my entire life running from relationships wasn’t because I didn’t want one. It was because I hadn’t found you.”
“I’m in no position to know what love is, but I want to find out. I want to find out with you.”
These Chase brothers are a cute crowd. I enjoyed the first book as well as this book. I like reading about their family and I’m excited to read the next brother’s story.
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