Thea McKay likes her quiet, private life well enough. She creates pop-up paper art that no one ever sees, hangs out with her friends and admires men from afar. But then, at a play premiere, she meets gregarious video blogger Duncan Flyte. An incorrigible charmer with dubious motives, he’s handsome, hilarious and overwhelming. When he says he won’t stop showcasing her to his legions of fans unless she agrees to spend seven nights with him, her world turns upside down. The offer is both outrageous and tempting. Those seven nights don’t have to be passionate, but what if Thea wants them to be? Can she raise the stakes with this adorable Scottish import — especially when Duncan’s cheerful campaign to woo her may be just one more spectacular lie that will break her heart?
** I volunteered to read an advance reviewer copy of this book. **
Not only was this entertaining enough to be read in one sitting, I read it twice in one day. TWICE! I thoroughly enjoyed the banter between the leads and found myself identifying with “Thea” more frequently than I anticipated. It was bottom of the belly, laugh-out-loud funny with sexual tension so steamy it made my vision blur while reading. This was my first foray into the Bohemia Beach series but will not be my last. (All books in the series are stand-alones, but I absolutely must go back and fully acquaint myself with the characters I met in this book.)
My rating: Midleton