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    Awesome

    Such an awesome story! After the death of his young wife Ethan Chase put his heart on a shelf, never intending to use it again. That is until the wild and reckless Rue Campbell unexpectedly blows into his life. After meeting her he knew his life wouldn't be the same but since she had plans that would take her out of the country he knew she was temporary and therefore safe. Or was she??? This is a light fun sexy read that has a wonderful bit of warmth to it. Definitely a book I recommend.
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    Short but sweet

    This is book # 3 in the Chase Brothers series. This book can be read as standalone novel. It has mention of earlier characters from other books in the series, so I caution readers to please read the books in order intended. Ethan meets Rue outside at her classic car. She needs his help and he unwittingly becomes her rescuer. When they compare notes, they find they have quote a bit in common. They also agree they need to have a date for an upcoming event, where they can help one another. Rue is overwhelmingly attracted to Ethan right from the start. She feels for him, and while this is temporary, she cannot help but fall for a man who is nearly a martyr in his situation. Ethan is changing slowly, and his family starts to notice as well. The humor and banter shared is a happy point for this series and this book for certain. I enjoyed having the characters from previous books in here as well. So good and very hard to put down! ***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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    Another Winner by Sarah Ballance!

    "The Three-Week Arrangement" by Sarah Ballance is book three in the "Chase Brothers" series. This is Ethan Chase and Rue Campbell's story. Ethan lost his wife who was his childhood sweetheart to cancer. He hasn't really been living since she died. Ethan avoids relationships to protect his heart. Rue is a catalog photographer's assistant and is hoping to travel and photograph wherever her travels take her. Ethan and Rue's paths cross. Ethan needs his family to believe that he is back dating. Rue needs a date for a special event. They make a three week arrangement to help each other out. The chemistry between Ethan and Rue is so hot! So, what happens when the three weeks are up? This is another winner by Sarah Ballance! I love her style of writing. She incorporates a great balance in her stories. The story provides humor, heartwarming moments, love, and passion. I love the cover too! I received a copy of this book from NetGalley/Entangled Publishing for an honest review. FYI, contains mature content.
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    lovely

    The Three Week Arrangement was an enjoyable read, and great addition to the series. I really liked Rue, she was such a sweet, endearing and strong character. She did not shy away from hard situations, instead she tackled them head on. And one such situation was the much loved Ethan who had lost his wife, and found it so difficult to move on and love again. I delighted in how Rue challenged Ethan, and how she pushed him out of the shell he'd not realized he was desperate to leave. I believed it when they declared their love, for their attraction and passion was realistically drawn and felt. I loved the interaction with his family. I only wished I saw a scene where Rue really gave it to her Mom so she understood Rue values. Overall a good read
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    Ethan gets his happy ending!

    When a chance encounter brings Ethan, still grieving the loss of his wife to cancer three years earlier and Rue, three weeks away from chasing her photography dream (away from New York, to the horror of her society parents), together, she inadvertently puts Ethan into a situation he never expected - being her date at a charity benefit, that as it so happens both of their mothers are involved in. Ethan doesn't have the heart to tell his mother that it's all a mistake when she appears so thrilled that he's finally moving on, so he and Rue make a deal to pretend to be involved for the duration of her time left in New York, followed by an easily explainable breakup when she heads off to South America. But as they spend time together, the attraction between them leads to a relationship that is more than in name only. Will Ethan be able to finally let go of the past and take hold of an exciting future with Rue? I've been waiting for Ethan's story after seeing him as a secondary character in the previous stories in the series where his brothers met their partners. He's always come across as reserved and quiet, no surprise as he's still been grieving the loss of his wife and unable to move on. Meeting Rue, who has no idea of his past when she meets him and therefore treats him without sympathy or pity is refreshing and makes him aware of how much his current state has to do with the expectations of friends and family. Though she does find out almost right away about his loss, she still treats him as she would any other attractive man, something Ethan must adjust to, having considered himself off the market for so long. Having him slowly come out of shell and start to live again was wonderful to see. It's natural that he feels guilty for starting to have feelings for another woman, and watching him deal with that and accepting that his wife would have wanted him to be happy was emotional but heartwarming too. Rue was such a fun character! She's lively and spirited and plain spoken. She doesn't try to take the place of Ethan's wife and is accepted by his family on her own merit. It doesn't take her long to fall for Ethan, even knowing that it's not supposed to be anything more than a friendly arrangement between them. But she's got too big a heart not to want to share it with him. The scenes between Ethan and his brothers are some of my favourites, the banter between giving lots of laugh out loud moments as they initially question the validity of his relationship with Rue, and then encourage him to fix things with her when he inevitably screws things up. There are some really adorable scenes involving the shelter where Rue is volunteering her time to photograph animals as part of their adoption campaigns (which results in Ethan adopting his own rescue dog much to Rue's delight). The more Ethan fights his attraction to Rue, the more he falls for her, and the eventual love scenes between them are sweet and sexy. They really made a wonderful match and I found the story a delightful romantic read that I wanted to start all over again as soon as I finished. This series is easily one of my favourites. 5 stars.
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