Remember how in Taste the Heat (I think) there was this part where Sherry’s ex cheated on her? Well…. I mostly hoped Cane will do something about it in Sherry’s book. He didn’t. But that doesn’t mean the ex didn’t get his *snickers*
Sherry Robicheaux loves men. She loves love. And she loves an adventure. So when she meets a mysterious man while working backstage at a country music concert in Vegas, she’s all about what’s happened in Vegas staying there.
Country music superstar Tyler Blue just wants a weekend of anonymity…though there’s something about the spunky waitress with the streaks of purple hair that tempts him like no other. Until the next morning, when they both wake up with fuzzy memories…and rings on their fingers.
Convincing Sherry to maintain the ruse for his public image isn’t the hardest part—it’s reminding himself that their time spent playing husband and wife in her small town of Magnolia Springs can’t last. Tyler’s first love will always be music—and the road is no place for a sweet downhome girl.
Sherry Robicheaux is the youngest sister to Cane and Colby. Colby got her HEA in Taste the Heat and Cane in Seven Day Fiancé.
Sherry was always the one to jump into relationships looking for ‘the one’ and always fell head over heels in love. She always got burned, too. Which leads her to just give up trying.
When Colby can’t go on a business trip catering an event in Las Vegas, Sherry goes in her stead, having decided it is also the perfect opportunity to make that night in Vegas her last careless night as a risk taking-free-spirit. Her last night of irresponsibility.
Tyler Blue and his up and coming band, Blue, is required to marry, or at least settle down in a steady relationship. Fans demand it, so his contract demands it, too. The thing is, he doesn’t want to. Tyler is a player on the outside but just likes to have fun when not in the spotlight.
Tyler likes the new caterer. Sherry thinks Tyler is a Blue roadie. They hang out that weekend, drink themselves stupid and wake up, yup yup, married.
Tyler promises he’ll take care of the marriage using the band’s lawyers, Sherry leaves it all to him, impressed the band thinks so highly of him (still a roadie, yes?) and will help with this – and heads home. The news break, Sherry discovers Tyler is actually the lead singer of Blue and that he would actually like to stay married, as a PR stunt.
They need to figure out how to live as husband and wife for the next few months – which will serve both their purposes. He will give his fans and the label the image they want him to have. Sherry will not be perceived as the silly-girl-who-falls-in-love-with-every-guy-she-dates. But actually living the life, on the outside playing the perfect couple and behind the scenes keeping up the charade is becoming increasingly hard.
This romance is just what everyone needs in their reading repertoire. Its fade-to-black Bliss style leaves both much and not so much to the imagination. It carries a swoony punch, it carries humor. There are wonderful circumstances in the plot and all the Taste the Heat and Seven Day Fiancé characters fill their roles as supporting Sherry and Tyler beautifully.
So how in love am I with Rachel Harris’s writing? A LOT. Why? Because of many reasons, most of them start and end with her magical writing. Sherry and Tyler’s story is perfect, as are the first two titles in the Love and Games series. It is also the last book in the series, and I can only recommend and then recommend all three some more.
Go get it. Read it. Enjoy it and tell your friends. This one does not disappoint.
* My thanks to Rachel Harris and Entangled Bliss for this title’s copy in exchange for an honest review.
Rachel Harris grew up in New Orleans, watching soap operas with her grandmother, and staying up late sneak-reading her mama’s romance novels. Today, she still stays up late reading romances, only now she does so openly.
A Cajun cowgirl now living in Houston, she firmly believes life’s problems can be solved with a hot, sugar-coated beignet or a thick slice of king cake, and that screaming at strangers for cheap, plastic beads is acceptable behavior in certain situations.
She homeschools her two beautiful girls and watches countless hours of Food Network and reality television with her amazing husband. She writes young adult, new adult, and adult Fun, Flirty Escapes, and LOVES talking with readers!