Sadie's not an out there kind of girl. In her twenty-one years, her most serious relationship has been with a textbook. Though Sadie desperately wants to break out of her boring life, a voice inside her always convinces her it's safer to stick with what you know. So, when she meets Nicholas and Joel while on holiday, she's confused by her instant attraction and the fact her subconscious is telling her to do a thing she knows can only lead to trouble: Engage in a night of sex without strings... with them both. Together. At the same time.
Successful, commanding and infinitely sexy, Nicholas is used to getting his own way. He's under no illusions when it comes to women because a woman who's interested in the real him - not in his money or good looks - is a hard thing to find. It isn't long before Nicholas finds his feelings for Sadie run deeper than a one night stand. As the pair are thrown into each other's paths for a second time he finds it harder and harder to ignore how he feels. His desire to have Sadie is so strong he's willing to sacrifice his business and reputation so they can be together. Nicholas wants Sadie forever. To love, to cherish, to hold.
Nicholas' best friend, Joel, openly admits he's not the relationship kind. Handsome, cocky and supremely single, he's happy playing the field. A relationship is the last thing on his mind. But Joe's first encounter with Sadie sparks something he's never felt and despite the fact he knows the relationship as it stands can never go anywhere, he wants it all. Joel wants Sadie body, mind and soul. And he knows she wants him too.
In this emotionally charged series, award-winning author Lindy Dale delivers a love story that will leave you questioning your idea of relationships. A departure from her usual flirty Rom-com style, Lindy delves into the romance genre with a story that's heart-wrenching, sassy and emotional. A must read for contemporary romance fans.
THIS IS PART ONE OF THE SEVEN DAYS SERIES BUT CAN BE READ AS A STANDALONE
Lindy began writing at University but never really wanted to be 'an author'. She wanted to be a princess or at worst a Kindergarten teacher. Her first novel, Heart of Glass, was penned in 2006 and since then she has become known for writing funny, forthright romantic fiction with a cast of crazy, comic characters in outrageous situations - many of which have actually occurred in her life. Lindy is also well-known for her romantic novellas which have repeatedly topped the short stories charts in the US and UK. She gains most of her inspiration from her dreams, listening to music and watching ridiculous amounts of reality TV.