- The Wild Rose Press
- Release Date
- March 2015
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, New Adult
Lily Ross's uber-conservative boyfriend finally agrees to let her visit over fall break, but only if she agrees to his no-sex rule. Unfortunately, Michael has ditched her for a trip to Vail, a blizzard has hit, and she's forced to stay the week with his grumpy, gay, but totally yummy roommate. Then the heat in the building shuts down, and she discovers two things—the sexy stud is hotter than any furnace and he's definitely not gay. No-sex rule? How about no rules?
After a horrible break-up, Daryl McKay's looking forward to a quiet week without his annoying roommate. His plans go awry when a pissed off but sexy as sin blonde, suitcase in hand, barges in claiming to be Mike's girlfriend. Daryl doesn't have the heart to tell her Mike's away with two gorgeous redheads, and with snow piling up and most of campus closed, he can't throw her out. He would never move in on his roommate's girl, but as the feisty bombshell settles in, the tiny dorm room grows smaller and certain parts of his body grow bigger. It was going to be a hell of a long six days.
May 27, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
95 people found the following review helpful
Think of the most bizarre example of mistaken identity and it won't even come close to the scenario that author Sophia Ryan has put together in SIX DAYS OF YOU.
Lily decides to surprise her boyfriend with a visit, only to discover he is out of town. With very little money, coupled with a massive snowstorm, Lily has to stay in her boyfriend's dorm room. The only problem is her boyfriend's roommate, Darryl.
As the snow piles up outside, the temperature heats up between the two. What follows is a passionate encounter as Lily waits for her sister to pick her up. The story includes snippets from each person's viewpoint. This provides an added level of depth to the storyline.
Although the events are focused on the span of six days, the author packs in plenty of surprises for the reader. The chemistry between the two characters is well developed with a nice bit of heat added.
Nothing is as it seems in this story, which makes it hit high on the memorable list.
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