A fun and flirty romance with strong context fused into the story.
I was thrilled to find out that Trey was getting his own story in Weekend Fling. If you’ve read the previous standalones in the Crazy Love Series, then you know the type of man Trey is. Part irresistible hunk, part sexy nerd, Trey is completely lovable and downright swoonworthy. And Willow….poor sweet, jaded Willow. I completely empathize with her and the daily struggles she endures. With her past experience with men and her current situation with her Mom, it’s no surprise when she initially turns down Trey’s too-good-to-be-true offer of a weekend away. But when Willows finally accepts Trey’s offer, she soon realizes that just one weekend clearly isn’t enough as feelings and emotions become involved.
Weekend Fling was a great read! I truly enjoyed the dynamic between Trey and Willow. It was very enjoyable to read how their relationship blossomed the more time they spent together, learning more about one another. Their attraction was evident from chapter one, but to see their growth and resilience as a couple is what really shined the most in the story.
This series is a definite must-read! Each story is a standalone, but I love it when the author incorporates all the characters into each story. The perfect balance of funny, sweet, and emotional, Weekend Fling is an entertaining and highly recommended quick read.
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Fresh out of a long-term relationship, Willow Parks is working two jobs and caring for her mother, whose husband left her with nothing but a pile of bills. That’s why Willow made a vow: no men until she figures out her own life.
But while she may not need a man, she could use a break. And a weekend away at a California beach to clear her head? That’s appealing. Even if the offer comes from Trey Collins, the irresistible tech-mogul millionaire who visits her coffee shop every morning like clockwork—and needs a date for his best friend’s wedding. With an adorable, occasional stutter, he refuses to take no for an answer.
Once the weekend begins, Trey is intent on proving how good they can be together. Willow’s even feeling tempted to break her vow—until reality rudely interrupts her well-deserved getaway. There’s no way she and Trey have a future, not with the colossal amount of baggage Willow has to offer.
But Trey is used to getting what he wants. He just has his work cut out for him convincing her that they want the same thing.