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A Week to Be Wild by JC Harroway #Review #Romance

Title: A Week to Be Wild

Author: JC Harroway

Publisher: Mills & Boon Dare

Published: January 25th, 2018

Pages: 80

Rating: 4/5

This is a scorchingly hot and steamy, contemporary corporate romance, one of the first to be released under the Dare branding by Mills and Boon. It features successful marketing guru Libby Noble who is honoured to be invited to speak at a prestigious conference but is wary of some of the men she is introduced to there. She’s been hurt before and is determined never to let someone close enough to enable her to be so devastated again.

Alex Lancaster is a billionaire who is endeavouring to set up a charity that means a lot to him in memory of his sister. He wants Libby to participate in the launch of this charity but when the two meet, the chemistry isn’t just volatile it is totally explosive! Can they risk romance for her short stay in England? What will happen when she returns to her home in America? They just have a week to be wild. . . . 

This is a story of cracking through the facades people show to the world to get access to their heart and their true selves. It is a steamy read with a heart warming plot which deals with some real issues and really does ‘push the boundaries of sexual explicitness while keeping the focus on the developing romantic relationship’.

I requested and received a copy of this novel, via NetGalley. This is my honest review after choosing to read it.


A daring game of temptation.

She’ll play his game—but only by her rules!

Alex Lancaster is an adrenaline junkie. He’s also a sexy British billionaire who should come with his own warning signs. When Libby insists she is done with men who live on the edge, Alex coaxes her out of her comfort zone—professionally and very, very personally. Libby’s taking a high-stakes gamble, but the pay-off could win her everything.  

Buy Links:    Amazon (UK)         Amazon (US)        Barnes and Noble

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