"Loved this book, adored the series, stellar epilogue." - Robinson Reviews
"Kate Meader's books are always so fun and hot to read!! This one is a fabulous enemies-to-lovers romance." - Booklovers for Life
"If you like your fairy tales a little on the naughty side, and equipped with an alpha that is dedicated to giving you everything you could possibly want or desire...then you MUST meet the men of the Tall, Dark, and Texan series!!" - Red's Romance Reviews
"...just the right mix of playfulness, animosity and heat. :-)" - About that Story
"A sexy friends to enemies to lovers story! It was a pleasure to see these characters again and to watch them make their way through their passion and turmoil." Thoughts of a Blonde blog
"I love a good friends-turned-lovers story, especially when there is a bit of angst and sexual tension thrown in for good measure. One Week to Score gave me all that wrapped up in a tidy bow in the shape of blond bombshell Olivia Kane and Texas hottie Flynn Cross." - Lianna I, NetGalley reviewer
"This book had everything you want in a great friend to lovers to more story; snark, witty banter, heartbreak, an overbearing brother, a few secrets, fantasies revealed, lots of sex and more heat than a four alarm fire." - Rachel H, NetGalley reviewer
"The chemistry between the two was off the charts, and the sex scenes were scorching!" - Andrea Z, Goodreads
"Scorching! The humor is like a red thread from beginning to end, and I giggled and chuckled and snorted A LOT! I will definitely read more of this author, she has that kind of tongue-in-cheek writing style I love." - Vanilla & Spice Books blog
From the Author
With Flynn and Olivia, I knew I'd have to add a few more bumps to their road to amor verdadero. How about an old friendship that was blossoming into something else before it mysteriously upended? Or an acute case of hate-lust that can only be sated with a beach resort fling ... on what should have been the heroine's honeymoon? Add in a disastrous wedding day that imploded with a little help from our hero, and it looks like Flynn's breach of the bro code is the least of his problems.
I always like a little gray in my heroes, guys who don't always do the right thing but usually do it for the right reasons. That's Flynn, whose heart (and another important part of his anatomy!) is so big that it rules his brain, leading to some pretty sketchy decisions. Sometimes things have to go a lot wrong before they can go a little right--and when it's as sexily wrong as One Week to Score, that little bit of right can probably wait through a few sizzling bouts in the sack.
Thanks for reading!