Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Weekend Fling by Stacey Lynn


It’s just supposed to be a weekend fling...

Fresh out of a long-term relationship, Willow Parks is working two jobs and caring for her mother, whose husband left her with nothing but a pile of bills. That’s why Willow made a vow: no men until she figures out her own life.

But while she may not need a man, she could use a break. And a weekend away at a California beach to clear her head? That’s appealing. Even if the offer comes from Trey Collins, the irresistible tech-mogul millionaire who visits her coffee shop every morning like clockwork—and needs a date for his best friend’s wedding. With an adorable, occasional stutter, he refuses to take no for an answer.

Once the weekend begins, Trey is intent on proving how good they can be together. Willow’s even feeling tempted to break her vow—until reality rudely interrupts her well-deserved getaway. There’s no way she and Trey have a future, not with the colossal amount of baggage Willow has to offer.

But Trey is used to getting what he wants. He just has his work cut out for him convincing her that they want the same thing.

The steamy standalone novels in Stacey Lynn’s Crazy Love series can be read together or separately.

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Ruthie☆☆☆
This is the fourth book in an interlinked series. All the main characters appear across the books, but each could be read alone in my opinion. In this installment we get to enjoy the wedding of Caitlin and Jonas, whose story features in 28 Dates.

Trey needs a date for the wedding and finally manages to persuade Willow at his favourite coffee shop to go with him. He has been trying for ages as he finds her irresistible, but sadly she has been reluctant until now. We soon discover why, as she is dealing with her troubled mother and associated money issues.

The romance is a sweet one, but I did find there was a lot of inner voice to get the information across and sometimes it was, for me, overly descriptive. As we get to learn the story from both sides, it would have been easy for them to have conversations about a lot of the stuff we are told, and that maybe would have engaged me more in the moment. When the real drama does happen, I was just confused as to why Willow was so surprised at her mother's state. That said, it was indicative of her inability to communicate well, as she could have learned much from her father if she had been in contact with him earlier. I did think that the issue of mental illness was by the end dealt with with care.



Stacey Lynn is a simple girl raised in the Midwest. Over the long, frigid winters, she would read every book she could get her hands on, from John Grisham and Danielle Steel to Ann M. Martin and C.S. Lewis. She began writing poems and short stories long before she reached high school, and now, as a wife and mother to four children, she finds solace from the craziness of her life by creating steamy, sexy stories. After publishing her first book, what began as a hobby has now turned into an unending passion.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Weekend Fling by Stacey Lynn (Crazy Love #4) by Stacey Lynn to read and review.

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