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“One Week To Wed” Review

Hello Friends!

I hope you are having a great Sunday, I’m having a good time, especially since I’m here to celebrate Laurie Benson‘s book release. Her new book is called “One Week To Wed” and I had the pleasure of reading, and reviewing, this amazing book. I hope you guys get to read it too because I totally recommend it.

First, I want to thank Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for this blog tour, and Laurie for giving me the eCopy in exchange for an honest review.

One Week To Wed

Author Bio:

One Week To Wed - Laurie BensonLaurie Benson is an award-winning author who writes flirty and frisky Regency romance novels. She began her writing career as an advertising copywriter, where she learned more than you could ever want to know about hot dogs and credit score reports. Her novel An Unexpected Countess was voted Harlequin’s 2017 Hero of the Year by readers.

When she isn’t at her laptop avoiding laundry, Laurie can be found browsing antique shops, going on ridiculously long hikes, or sitting in her car on the school pickup line. She lives with her husband and two sons in a house filled with testosterone—even her bunny is a boy.

To learn about her upcoming books, visit her historical blog, and to sign up for her newsletter go to her Website.

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OneWeekToWedOne Stolen Night…leads to unexpected wedding vows!

Widowed Lady Charlotte Gregory believes she’ll never love again after losing her husband, until meeting dashing Lord Andrew Pearce brings her respectable, lonely world back to vibrant life! Left alone one night, they give in to their desires only to find their secret passion leads to shock, scandal…and a sudden marriage of convenience.

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My Review:

P1050958One Week To Wed” is the first book of Laurie Benson’s new series, The Sommersby Brides, and it follows three sisters Charlotte, Elizabeth and Juliet. This one is about Charlotte and Andrew.

This is the first book I’m reading by Laurie Benson and I enjoyed it so much that I can’t wait to by more of her books and really get a feel for her writing style, because I did love this story a lot.

We met Andrew first at the funeral of Elizabeth’s husband and as I was reading about him and his brothers I got quite curious. Andrew has some secrets and I seriously wanted to keep reading just to discover more about him and his family and the nature of his job.

Anyway, once we get to met Charlotte, then I got really excited. Charlotte is not like her sister Lizzy or her other sister Juliet, although we don’t know much about them both besides what we read from the perspective of this book. Nevertheless, we get to see how kind and loyal she is, and how important her sisters are to her.

P1050956As we keep reading, we start to understand more about her past and how she’s still grieving for the loss of her husband. And even though I don’t personally know what that feels like, I know how it can change our lives when we loose someone we love dearly unexpectedly, so I can understand her reasons for not wanting to get married again and how she’s just happy to live her quite life in Cheshire.

Then again, this wouldn’t be a Romance book if things didn’t change. Life is unexpected most of the times and when Charlotte meets Andrew, she wasn’t prepare for her feeling and for life to change.

I won’t say much more because I don’t want to give any spoilers, but let’s just say I loved it and it made me emotional and even laugh at some moments, especially Lizzy’s actions, since she’s a bit at how different from most characters I have read about. And I must admit, I’m curious to get to read her book in the future.

P1050930This book has just the amount of details and rollercoaster moments to keep you going, plus it has that magical thing that made me in love with this genre. Laurie Benson writes with that magical pen that makes it possible for me to escape when I read a Historical Romance. I got transported to that time and could imagine myself wearing the clothes and interacting with the characters. That’s one of the “magical things” that made this book special.

Do I recommend this book? That’s not even a question people should ask. Of Course I recommend this book! Go get it immediately!


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One Week To Wed PB

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P1050332Don’t forget to comment, don’t be stranger. If you have any book recommendation you can leave a message using the form on my Contact Me page.

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