Rachel Harris’ SEVEN DAY FIANCÉ is finally here!
You can get it in your hands (well, on your ereader) right now! You don’t want to miss this fantastic Contemporary Romance from Rachel Harris. Book 2 in the Love and Game Series, SEVEN DAY FIANCÉ can be read as a standalone. Check out all of the information regarding this fantastic novel and Rachel Harris below! Then, celebrate Rachel’s Book Birthday by entering the giveaway for an ecopy of Book 1, TASTE THE HEAT!
This was the CUTEST book ever! I usually don’t read adult contemporary romances (I’m more a fan of new adult and young adult contemps), but this book made me remember how much fun adult contemps are too. I really should read more… But anyways, I loved this book! I couldn’t stop reading. It made me laugh and my heart go crazy for the main characters, because there’s some heartbreak in this book too. And I love when books can make my heart ache a little.
I was hooked on the story from the very beginning, because it is hilarious! Angelle, the main character, is shy and awkward, and even more so around Cane, which makes for best interactions between them. Whenever they’re together, you want to smile and giggle and laugh. They have a strong physical connection towards one another, but neither have acted on it–yet. And it just so happens that Angelle is in need of a fake fiancé and Cane is up for bids at an auction…
So what does Angelle do? She bids for him. And wins. And then asks him to be her pretend fiancé.
See, already, the book is off to a great start. I was laughing out loud so many times, but I was just waiting for the fallout. Pretending to be someone’s fiancé is never a good thing (at least in books it’s not), so when it’s time for Cane to meet Angelle’s parents, something bad just had to happen.
I really liked Angelle. She’s not exactly the tough, badass heroine I usually read. She’s soft and shy and has a heart of gold, and luckily, that really appeals to Cane. Her Cajun culture is a huge part of her life, and I really enjoyed reading about it. Rachel Harris writes it so well, integrates the culture so well, that for someone who knows next to nothing about the Cajun culture, I could easily read the book and not get overwhelmed.
Cane is pretty known to be a player. He doesn’t commit, but women flock to him all the time. But he has a huge heart he saves for his family and best friend. He’s the overprotective type of man. He’s had to keep a dirty secret about his family to make sure his sisters don’t get hurt, but doing so has been messing with his head and heart for a while, and it makes him wary of starting any relationship with any woman. Even Angelle, even though he can’t get her out of his mind 😉
I enjoyed this book so much! I loved reading about the Cajun culture, and I was so invested in Angelle and Cane’s story. I ended up being so happy with the book, since it exceeded my expectations. It was probably because the book made me laugh so much, and went a little angsty and heartbreaking near the end. It’s not all happiness and fluff, which is perfect for me!
Reading Order: Love and Games series