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Publisher Description

Darcy’s newest assignment is boyfriend to a wealthy socialite, he never expected the intense attraction to his date’s brother. Falling for Adrian is dangerous, and certainly not part of the plan.

Adrian has been as unlucky in love as his sister, but even he doesn’t approve of hiring a boyfriend, whatever the reason. Until he meets Darcy. Then he comes to realize that love can happen in the most unexpected of ways.

One week. That is all the two men need to fall in lust, but will they have a lifetime to fall in love?

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2018
September 10
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
156
Pages
PUBLISHER
RJ Scott
SELLER
Smashwords, Inc.
SIZE
583.1
KB

Customer Reviews

ButtonsMom2003 ,

A good start to a new series.

Darcy is a boyfriend for hire, a job that he enjoys doing after an injury ends his career as a soldier. He's been a boyfriend to men and women but he's never had to resist the brother of one of his jobs before.

Adrian has had more than his share of heartbreak but he can't seem to resist the boyfriend his sister hired even though he's afraid Darcy will not return his feelings.

I'm always puzzled when I don't love a book by a favorite author and usually I figure it has something to do with me and the mood I'm in at the time I read it. But this time I'm not sure why Darcy didn't click with me. Don't get me wrong, I liked reading it, I just didn't love it the way I usually do a book by RJ Scott.

Things happened quickly in this story but most of it was about Darcy doing his job as a boyfriend for Adrian's sister. We didn't really get to find out much about Adrian's background and we didn't really get too much time with Darcy and Adrian as a couple.

Usually I enjoy a novella length book, and I think RJ is a master at that length of story, but this time it just didn't work as well as usual.

I'll continue with the series because if RJ writes it I will read it. I'm also looking forward to learning more about the agency Darcy works for and his friend Rowan who sure sounds like he needs to have a story for himself.

Darcy is the first book in a new series but reads as a standalone with no cliffhanger.

An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author.

***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com*** (posting 9/12/18)

RiqueNFL ,

Happy they’re happy!!

Interesting how the boyfriend deception played out, even though we knew early on that the guys were destined to get together... The twist in the proposal was fun, too.

ButtonsMom2003 ,

A good start to a new series.

Darcy is a boyfriend for hire, a job that he enjoys doing after an injury ends his career as a soldier. He's been a boyfriend to men and women but he's never had to resist the brother of one of his jobs before.

Adrian has had more than his share of heartbreak but he can't seem to resist the boyfriend his sister hired even though he's afraid Darcy will not return his feelings.

I'm always puzzled when I don't love a book by a favorite author and usually I figure it has something to do with me and the mood I'm in at the time I read it. But this time I'm not sure why Darcy didn't click with me. Don't get me wrong, I liked reading it, I just didn't love it the way I usually do a book by RJ Scott.

Things happened quickly in this story but most of it was about Darcy doing his job as a boyfriend for Adrian's sister. We didn't really get to find out much about Adrian's background and we didn't really get too much time with Darcy and Adrian as a couple.

Usually I enjoy a novella length book, and I think RJ is a master at that length of story, but this time it just didn't work as well as usual.

I'll continue with the series because if RJ writes it I will read it. I'm also looking forward to learning more about the agency Darcy works for and his friend Rowan who sure sounds like he needs to have a story for himself.

Darcy is the first book in a new series but reads as a standalone with no cliffhanger.

An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author.

***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com*** (posting 9/12/18)

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