Wife by Wednesday (The Weekday Brides, #1)by Published 5 Oct 2011
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Rich, titled, and charming…and in need of a wife by Wednesday. Blake turns to Sam Elliot, who isn’t the businessman he expected. Instead, Blake is faced with Samantha Elliot, beautiful and feisty with a voice men call 1-900 numbers to hear.
Owner of matchmaking firm Alliance and not on the marital menu…that is, until Blake offers her ten million dollars for a one-year contract. And there’s nothing indecent about this proposal. The money will really help with her family’s medical bills. All Samantha will need to do is keep her attraction to her new husband to herself and avoid his bed.
But Blake’s toe-curling kisses and sexy charm prove too difficult for Sam to resist. It was a marriage contract that planned for everything…except falling in love.
"Wife by Wednesday (The Weekday Brides, #1)" Reviews
Review posted at: Swept Away By Romance
Solid 4 Stars
What a delightful book! Wife by Wednesday had me captivated and entertained right from the start with its wonderfully developed and charming characters, tantalizing and playful prose, and sweet, feel good romance.
I couldn't seem to get enough of the hero and heroine throughout this book. The chemistry between Blake and Samantha (Sam) was fabulous and made for some awesome dialogue and love scenes. There was a genuine and amorous feel to their relationship that radiated off the pages. It was obvious they genuinely liked and cared for each other.
I thoroughly enjoyed this slightly steamy, entertaining, and feel-good love story. You can't go wrong with this one.
★★★★½ (This is a review of the audiobook.) Tanya Eby does a nice job here, using her alto range sultriness to full advantage. Which is a good thing, as the heroine, Samantha Elliot, is known for her sexy vocals. I’ve heard Ms. Eby narrate before, and I liked her deep sexy voice for the heroine, especially when she purposefully lowers it a few octaves to push the buttons of the hero and dashing duke, Blake Harrison. While his voice wasn’t perfection - I didn’t like the intonation she uses for him sometimes - it didn’t grate on me, either.
I thought I’d give Catherine Bybee another go, since I was pleasantly surprised by the first book of hers I listened to in another series. She didn’t disappoint me with Wife by Wednesday. Here is a sweet, quick little “marriage of convenience for the sake of an inheritance” story that has a nice little twist at the end.
The characters are charming, the dialogue is fun, the love scenes are steamy, and the epilogue is smile-worthy. Though there were only a few in the book, I especially liked Sam’s interactions with her sister, Jordan, who has suffered a stroke.
I’m looking forward to the rest in The Weekday Brides series, which are coming soon on audio. In fact, I’ve already pre-ordered the next one.
Titles Out on Audio -
<--coming out March 19, 2013.
Petty pleasant story about marriage of convenience that turns into a love match. Little drama, nice heroine and nice hero. Overall, easy, quick and enjoyable book if you like that kind of trope.
4 stars – Contemporary Romance
This was a great contemporary romance, and a very nice surprise, especially considering the cheap $0.99 cent Kindle price. It read like a really good Harlequin and should appeal to fans of modern royal heroes and “marriage of convenience for inheritance” plots. A solid 4 stars!
Well I wrote it, of course I'm going to give it 5 stars! LOL ~
I look forward to all of your thoughts/reviews.
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