by Claire Kent
Publication Date: May 2, 2014
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It was a race to SEVEN.
I love one-word titles, and it got me wondering what the SEVEN was all about. OH MY GAHD. So this is what it’s all about – now my question is, is it for real? Or merely every women’s fantasy?
It started with Amy reading a book, telling Owen what was it all about, and now the man gave the woman in it something unachievable by a mere mortal, it can only be done by a sex god, and when he accepted the challenge, I was wondering if he was really up for it.
She was stubborn, he was stubborn – they have been friends with benefits for the last five months, and now, there was only twenty-eight more days before he gets to go back home and leave her. She was torn – she was independent, and she needed to show that she’s a big girl, on the other hand, she was growing feelings for him, and somehow it had caught her off guard. She didn’t want to whine and cling – it wasn’t her. So, in the race to heaven, she tries her best in setting aside her feelings, afraid that she might slip and everything would come to an end abruptly.
But it was hard. Especially with him. They have both been honest with each other feelings, or at least he is. And he seemed to be content with their relationship rather than taking it on the next level.
The wager and the battle of wills began, and this is the type of battle you wouldn’t want to miss. It might be a novella, but it’s enough to ignite your senses, squirm in your beds and make you fall in love. It’s short, very, very H-O-T, and there were sweet, tender moments that will make you swoon as well. Although I would have loved it more if Owen has his own POV too.
✪Complimentary Copy was given in exchange for an honest review.✪
Claire has been writing romance novels since she was twelve years old. She has a PhD in British literature and, when she’s not writing, she teaches English at the university level.
She also writes contemporary romance under the penname Noelle Adams.
You can email her at clairekent(dot)writer(at)yahoo(dot)com. You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter on her Noelle Adams accounts.