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Posted April 8, 2013
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Actually 3 1/2 Stars.
Vivvy Marsh is a reality TV Scout with a job that she really loves on the line. When she is sent to Demo Kansas to scout the next big hit, she finds herself stuck in the middle of no where trying to convince a sexy pilot that the show would not be a bad idea for his business. Nate Harrington loves his families business, loves flying and loves the little company that his family built from ground up. When his good for nothing father pitches Harrington up for a show, Nate ends up battling to keep his family secrets away from the woman who cannot help but find attractive and out of reality TV.
Seven-Night Stand was a cute read. I have to admit, I wasn't feeling the attraction between Vivvy and Nate at the beginning and thought they jumped into bed and under the sheets a little too quick for my taste. The deal ended up being seven nights of them exploring the attraction between them under the sheets, while Vivvy gets to know the Harrington business and convinces Nate to sign up for the show. It wasn't until their relationship built, secrets came out, and the two grew closer did I really see a spark and a connection between the two and when it happened, it was very cute. Vivvy got to side the side of his family and more then she bargained for.
I loved Nate, he was kind of charming and hot in his own kind of way. You can tell he really cares about his family and has no interest of selling them out for a TV show, even if the show 'promises' to bring in more clients which would be good for the business. The family dynamics of the Harrington family are really deep and in no way perfect but the way Nate handles everything drew me in. It was a side of him that wasn't perfect, that was very much human and very much Nate Harrington.
I warmed up to Vivvy over time. It took a while, but Nate was just what she needed over time to break through the cold character she carried with her through the book. I was mad at her in the end, for trashing what she believed in and practically begging Nate to do the show even after she knew the fact that he didn't want his family exploited in that way and become the joke of reality TV. Still, it ended on a high note and it was adorable. I enjoyed the read and enjoyed the flaws that both of these characters carried, they weren't perfect, and that's what made the book very likeable.