Monday, 19 February 2018

REVIEW: A WEEK TO BE WILD by JC HARROWAY



A Week to be Wild
By JC Harroway
Releasing February 1st, 2018
Harlequin Dare



Harlequin DARE, a new romance series featuring strong, independent women and sizzling hot heroes. Harlequin DARE stories push the boundaries of sexual explicitness while keeping the focus on the developing romantic relationship.

Libby Noble is done with men who live on the edge, but sexy British billionaire Alex coaxes her out of her comfort zone—professionally and very personally! She’ll agree to play his game…but only by her rules!

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In A Week to be Wild by JC Harroway, losing her fiancé was hard for Libby Noble and it's made her wary of men that live life like it's one big adventure. However, when she strikes a deal with British Billionaire Alex Lancaster, she finds herself being coaxed out of her comfort zone. There's just one thing she wants...and that's to be able to remain in control at all times. Will Libby be able to move on from the lose of her fiancé to give Alex and her a shot at happy ever after, or will she run scared from another chance at love and happiness?

What an enjoyable and engaging read this author has delivered in this book where the main characters back stories, especially that of the heroine, had me hoping she'd give the hero a chance; the dialogue was riveting and had me really liking this couple together, as the heroine needed to be pushed out of her comfort zone in order to heal from her past; and the fast-paced storyline had me hooked due to the obstacles these two have to overcome to be together. Will the hero and heroine be able to help each other heal from the losses they've suffered in their pasts? 

I really liked both the main characters, and I could understand why the heroine was running scared when it comes to the hero's need for adventure and his reckless ways. However, in saying that, I liked Libby's resilience and her determination to take a chance on the hero, as she conquers a lot more than I thought she would when it comes to the adventures the hero takes her on; adventures I thought she'd never have anything to do with after how she lost someone she loved. While the hero, he's used to getting what he wants and I liked how much the heroine challenged him. I also liked that he was willing to play by the heroine's rules, even though it's hard for him to do so since he likes being the one in charge. Yet, what I liked most of all about the hero was that he was willing to accept the heroine's advice when it came to his family situation, as he needed to repair his relationship with his mom.

Overall, this story was a really good read where the chemistry between this couple was heady and intense; the romance was fan-your-face hot; and the ending had me cheering for this couple's happy ever after, as the heroine needs the hero just as much as he needs her to be able to heal from the wounds of their pasts. I would recommend A Week to be Wild by JC Harroway, if you enjoy the mysterious strangers trope or books by authors Anne Marsh, Jackie Ashenden, Lisa Childs and Clare Connelly.



























































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