Readers are calling SEVEN DAYS 'the romance series to tug at your heart'.
"I was never an out there kind of girl. I'd never travelled further than my aunt's holiday house, never played the field. So, when I met Nicholas and Joel I was confused by my attraction to both men and thrown by the fact my subconscious was telling me to do a thing I knew could only lead to trouble.
Engage in a night of meaningless, mind-blowing sex. . . with them both. Together. At the same time.
Refusing was not an option. I mean, have you seen these two??
Neither was being apart now we've been together. Because Nicholas, Joel and I share more than sex. We have a connection that runs deeper, falls harder, a love that will not be ignored. And now, we're in so deep, we're prepared to give up everything to be together."
*** THIS IS PART ONE OF A SERIES.
*** LOOK OUT FOR PART 6: THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS COMING SOON
*** CONTAINS CLIFFHANGERS
*** STEAMY SCENES BETWEEN A GIRL AND TWO GUYS. IF M/M IS YOUR THING YOU MAY BE DISAPPOINTED AS ONLY STRAIGHT SEX, ROMANCE AND LOVE FEATURE
About the Author
Lindy began writing at University but never really wanted to be 'an author'. She wanted to be a princess or at worst a Kindergarten teacher. Her first novel, Heart of Glass, was penned in 2006 and since then she has become known for writing funny, forthright romantic fiction with a cast of crazy, comic characters in outrageous situations - many of which have actually occurred in her life. Lindy is also well-known for her romantic novellas which have repeatedly topped the short stories charts in the US and UK. She gains most of her inspiration from her dreams, listening to music and watching ridiculous amounts of reality TV.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I loved getting to know Sadie, Joel and Nicholas. Sadie seems so innocent and then the concept of the threesome comes up. It totally caught me off guard.I was sucked right into the story line and couldn't read fast enough. Many of the scenes are steamy. I think there is fine line between steamy and raunchy and it must be difficult to write these type of scenes and not cross the line. It is done extremely well in Seven Days. I had never read a novella length book before. It is quick but the book still had a lot to it. I will be downloading the other books in the series because I need to know what happens with Sadie, Joel and Nicholas.