Release Day Review: Seven Day Fiance by Rachel Harris

Seven Day FianceSeven Day Fiance by Rachel Harris
ebook, 205 pages
Published: October 14th 2013 by Entangled: Bliss 
Review Copy: ARC Provided for Review
Purchase: Amazon -- Barnes & Noble
Goodreads Description:
 One bad boy. One good girl. One unforgettable week.

Angelle Prejean is in a pickle. Her family is expecting her to come home with a fiancé—a fiancé who doesn’t exist. Well, he exists, but he definitely has no idea Angelle told her mama they were engaged. Tattooed, muscled, and hotter than sin, Cane can reduce Angelle to a hot mess with one look—and leave her heart a mess if she falls for him. But when she ends up winning him at a charity bachelor auction, she knows just how to solve her fiancé problem.

Cane Robicheaux is no one’s prince. He doesn’t do relationships and he doesn’t fall in love. When sweet, sultry-voiced Angelle propositions him, he hopes their little fiancé game can finally get her out of his head. He doesn’t expect her to break through all his barriers. But even as Angelle burrows deeper into his heart, he knows once their seven days are up, so is their ruse.
My Review:
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

First off, I want to apologize to Entangled Publishing for posting this so late in the day!

Now onto my actual review…
This was my first book by Rachel Harris, and I can honestly say that it will not be my last.

SEVEN DAY FIANCE is a quick read full of romance, humor, and fantastic characters. 

I devoured this book. I honestly just couldn’t put it down, and I’m going to blame Cane for that. (Seriously, if I could only give ONE reason to read this book, he’d be it.)

So, here’s the thing. I love a good contemporary read, and I adore Entangled Publishing, but I was a bit worried going into this one. The plot sounded interesting, but I’ve read a few stories like this, and while I liked them, I didn’t love them, so I went into this book cautiously optimistic. Yeah, well, there was no reason for that. This book pulled me in from the very first sentence and held my interest until the very end.

I found myself eager to know how Angie and Cane’s story would end. As in, I completely ignored sleeping so that I could find out. (Best decision ever, by the way.)
I don’t want to summarize the book, as it is a fairly short read, and I don’t want to spoil anything that happens, so I’ll just list some of my favorite things from the book.
  • The character growth: The characters we meet at the beginning of the story? They are products of fear. That’s probably the best way to put it. By the end of the story, both Angie and Cane manage to grow so much emotionally – it’s just wonderful.
  • Angie and Cane: Their relationship, though built off of a lie, felt right – it felt real. They had their problems, but they found ways to overcome them.
  • Cane: Seriously, I am trying to contain my Cane fangirling. I promise you, I really am, but guys. Guys. You’ll understand when you finish the book.
  • The supporting characters: Sherry, Colby, Jason, and Lacey were all wonderful additions to the story. They were all extremely well developed. I didn’t feel as though they were just added in as plot points. They were all necessary to the story.
To sum it up: I enjoyed every bit of this story, and I will definitely be checking out more of the author’s work.

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