A standalone romantic comedy of epically awkward proportions, from New York Times bestselling author, Emma Hart.
You’re ready to leave after a one-night stand, and you’re figuring out how to—shock horror—leave your number and ask him to be your fake boyfriend for your sister’s wedding this weekend.
When he wakes up.
Well, that happened to me. And over coffee and omelets, I found myself a date.
Which was how I ended up arriving at the wedding with a guy I knew nothing about.
I didn’t know his last name, or how we met, or how long we’d been dating. I didn’t know where he grew up, what he’d majored in in college, or how many siblings he had.
I sure as hell didn’t know he was Adam Winters, hotshot hockey player—and not only my father’s favorite player, but my little nephew’s freakin’ idol.
Which means I’m in trouble. Big, big trouble.
My mother is suspicious, my sister is bridezilla on crack, and my grandpa will tell anyone who’ll listen about his time in Amsterdam’s Red Light District.
I have to keep this up for four days, and then Adam and I can return to our regular lives, where we don’t have sex whenever we’re alone and my family aren’t interrogating him over his intentions with me.
At least, that’s the plan.
And we all know what happens to those.
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Poppy is the best!
Oh, how I loved Four Day Fling. There were so many pieces of this story that I just couldn’t help but love and want to keep reading. In the usual fashion of the author, you laugh out loud so many different times that you just can’t help but laugh.
Poppy has to be one of my favorite characters to date. Her snark is out of control and you can’t help but laugh out loud at them. There are so many pieces of her personality that have you laughing out loud and trying to figure out how she has survived as long as she has. There are aspects of her family that had me dying because it reminded me of my own family at times. But it made the story that much better.
Poppy’s snark towards Adam, reminded me of myself at times. I think it’s why I loved her even more than I should have. Watching these together was absolutely the perfect story for when I read it. I full on loved them together.
Everything about the story was so good. I can’t wait to get my hands on another book by this author since she’s one of my favorite go to’s.
This book was okay. I did not like the main character Poppy very much, she was not very lovable. The only thing that kept me interested is because I pictured the Adam Winters as Jason Momoa
Gave up at chapter 6
I made it to chapter 6 without so much as a giggle. 😐 This is my second book by this author, and where “the roommate agreement “ was able to hold my interest while I was reading, I’m stopping at chapter 6. It took me days to complete that book, cause I read it when I had nothing to do. With this book, I’d rather find something to do. It’s almost as if she’s retelling a story, verbatim, what happened. A story that someone felt was funny. It wasn’t. Reminded me of a paper we had to write in school, “tell me the blah moment in your life” essay.