What would you do if the hottest man on earth made you an offer you couldn’t refuse?
What if it was the offer of a lifetime? The sort of offer that would make you blush as he offered you whatever you wanted to make you accept. What if the offers were so spicy, so naughty, so scandalous that you wouldn’t even want to tell your best friend?
If you were me, you would say yes.
There are three things you should know.
His name is TJ Walker. He’s 28, hot as can be and he’s my brother’s best friend.
TJ asked me to be his fiance for four weeks.
I’m hoping to make the engagement real.
I know. I can’t believe it either. What am I thinking? There are so many things that could go wrong by accepting to be TJ’s four week fiance? But, I can’t stop thinking that there are also so many things that could go right.
Book: Four Week Fiancé by Helen Cooper
Published: August 20th 2015
Genres: New Adult, Romance, Heroine Loves Siblings Best Friend
Date Read: September 24, 2015
Rating: 3 Potatoes 🥔🥔🥔
The premise of this book made me preorder it and I was so excited to finally sit down and read it! However, I found the book lacking… a lot. There was almost no depth to the characters, at all. Nothing was really explained. It was obvious that TJ and Mila both really liked each other but held themselves back for so long because of Mila’s brother, Cody. That’s pretty much the only thing I understood in this book.
Its blatantly obvious that Cody likes Mila’s best friend Sally but he sleeps with that bimbo Barbie? What the heck? I know that guys aren’t always good about admitting they really like someone, etc, but what Cody did was plain wrong.
And the end was even more of a mystery! TJ’s lifestyle and his fathers plans, none of it sounds good and I’m not sure I’ll be reading the next book to find out.
All of that being said, I did enjoy the playful banter between Mila and TJ – I thought they were really cute together and I can definitely see them ending up together, officially. I loved Mila’s Nonno, what a good grandfather! And Sally, my heart bleeds for her – I hope she gets her own story.
Overall, this wasn’t a horrible book but I felt that it could have been a lot better if was longer and the story was more fleshed out.