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    Loved it!

    Loved this one. It's a cute fun read that had me completely entertained. Sawyer and Kelsie had such great chemistry and the witty banter and bickering between them kept me chuckling. Kelsie is a self proclaimed dating disaster and Sawyer agrees to teach how to land her dream guy in one week. Only one rule - no touching. At all!! Will they make it through the week without breaking the rule?? I highly recommend this one.
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    I absolutely LOVED it!!!

    I absolutely LOVED it!!! This is one of the best contemporary romances I have read in a while. It was realistic, engaging and had juuuuuust the right amount of spice and humor to keep it very interesting. Kelsie cracked me up to no end. I loved everything about her. Her dog added some wonderful comic relief to the story at many different times, and had me laughing at loud more than once. Kelsie was just too quirky not to love. Sawyer, while a player, revealed his vulnerable side to Kelsie and that made him so endearing. Yes, they had some kind of half-baked arrangement in the beginning, with the "teach me how to date" business, but the they lingered longer, and I loved reading how their their feelings changed towards each other. I am a total sucker for that kind of scenario. This book was so well-written, and the humor was fantastic. I would not classify this as a romantic comedy by any means, but some of the one-liners had me laughing out loud! (As an avid romance reader, I also appreciated the many jabs at the cliches used in far too many romance novels) All in all, I am SO happy I bought this book and would, without hesitation, buy more in this series!!!
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    Fun romance!

    This book was a whole lot of fun! Most of the romances that I have been picking up lately have been okay but none of them really felt like fun. I wanted fun and that is what I got with this little story. This book was sexy, sweet, and funny enough to keep me glued to the pages. It wasn't terribly original but who needs original when you are having so much fun! This book is the second book in the Chase Brothers series but reads perfectly well as a stand alone. I haven't read anything by Sarah Ballance before reading this book and I didn't feel like I was missing any part of the story. I liked that this book was more of a romantic comedy than I usually encounter. Parts of this book were quite funny and others made me grin. The main characters in this book were really easy to like. Kelsie is having some terrible luck with men lately not to mention her plumbing. When her neighbor comes to her rescue, she doesn't spend a moment thinking about him romantically since she knows that he is way out of her league. They strike a deal that Chase will help her by showing her a few pointers over the course of seven dates. Chase has no plans to settle down. His apartment has a revolving door and he likes things the way they are. He is thrown off balance by his neighbor in just about every way. She is nothing like the women he usually goes out with but there is a connection nonetheless. As each lesson is taught and every date completed, the pair learn a little more about themselves and each other. I liked Kelsie and Chase as a couple. The banter between the pair was really well done and added a whole lot to the story. They had a playfulness between them that was really refreshing to see. I liked the way that their feeling for each other slowly developed over the story. There was a lot of chemistry between the pair from the very beginning of the book and I thought that the sexy bits of the book were well done. I would highly recommend this book to fans of contemporary romance. This is the first book by Sarah Ballance that I have had a chance to read but I think I may need to read about some of Chase's brothers that I met in this book. I just hope that their story is as well done as this one. I received an advance reader edition of this book from Entangled Publishing - Lovestruck via NetGalley for the purpose of providing an honest review.
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    laugh out loud romantic comedy!

    After really enjoying the first book in the Chase brothers series , Five Things I Love About You, I was looking forward to another brother meeting his match, and that's definitely the case here. Sawyer's reputation as a player in the game of love is well known, having been caught perhaps one too many times with his latest fling in a public place like in the elevator of the building where he and Kelsie live. So when he comes to her rescue with a plumbing disaster (unable to not help since the leak is into his apartment), she's happy to take his help on that front, but wary of any other suggestions, especially when he scares off her blind date. With no recourse but to accept compensation, Sawyer's offer to get her a new date by teaching her the ins and outs of the dating scene through spending seven evenings together (where he'll show her all the great places to pick up men) is something she can't refuse, since showing up at her sister's wedding solo, with her ex boyfriend in the wedding party is cringeworthy at best. But to her surprise Kelsie finds in Sawyer a depth she didn't expect. And the feeling is mutual - Sawyer's the last person looking for anything resembling commitment yet he finds himself looking forward to the time he spends with Kelsie. When their arrangement is over, will they be able to go back to their neighbourly acquaintance-only relationship? I loved this story! The banter between Sawyer and Kelsie had me laughing out loud many times as they navigate a friendship and the sexual attraction that's under the surface. Kelsie was great as an opinionated but friendly woman, totally willing herself not to fall for any of Sawyer's lines. She can't cook to save her life, but she still gives it her best effort, to rather humourous consequences. Sawyer is a friendly, somewhat arrogant (I mean, he knows he's good looking and he turns on the charm constantly), but overall a really nice guy (who luckily knows how to cook). Knowing he screwed up Kelsie's date, he really does want to make it up to her. The trouble is he starts to want her to want him. Setting her up to get picked up by other guys gives him a rather uncomfortable feeling, one he's reluctant to identify as jealousy. When they share a kiss, the sparks fly, and suddenly the clothes are coming off and the passion between them results in some super sexy scenes. While Kelsie tries to remind herself that this kind of sex is old hat to Sawyer, the truth is that it's meaningful for them both. There are some great scenes involving Sawyer's family (yay for more Chase brothers!) and it's going to be up to Sawyer to decide whether his feelings for Kelsie are worth breaking his rule of no long term relationships. The conflict is minimal, and we get a great romantic happy ending that suited the story. Highly enjoyable, romantic comedy at its best. 5 stars!
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    Sweet Fun Book

    For Seven Nights Only by Sarah Ballance is my kind of book, sweet, fun and very enjoyable. Sarah Ballance has a knack at making you fall in love with her character...I always come out with a new book boyfriend and Sawyer is no different. He is hot and sweet and trying to help Kelsie find a guy in seven days. I loved this book so much I will be reading the first book in the series. Make sure you read this book and all of Sarah's books, she is an amazing author. I was given an ARC of this book, for my honest review.
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