The first book I ever read by Catherine Bybee was Wife by Wednesday. I was hooked from then on. I never thought I would be sad that there are only seven days in the week but I am not looking forward to the end of this series. Hopefully Catherine will do a bride of the month after this. Hint hint! I got a sneak peak of this new book and here are my thoughts.
There is an old England Dan song that goes something like this, ‘how sad it is to belong to someone else when the right one comes along’. That song could be about Karen and Zach in Single by Saturday. Karen agreed to marry Hollywood heartthrob, Michael Wolfe, for one year, in name only, to help his career. Since they know the marriage will end, Michael never had Karen meet any of his family. That is, until his brother Zach shows up at their house. Karen’s immediate attraction to Zach has her heart singing and her brain in turmoil. Zach is also in upheaval, as he has fallen for his brother’s wife, and doesn’t know the full story of their marriage. When Michael and Karen go to his hometown for a visit, they have even more to worry about. Throw in an angry ex-girlfriend, a runaway pregnant teenager, paparazzi, a kidnapping charge, and you’ve got a fun and crazy romance that will keep you cheering for all three to find love in the end.
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PRAISE FOR SINGLE BY SATURDAY
“The fourth outing in the Weekday Brides series captures readers’ hearts and keeps them glued to the pages until the fascinating finish. Romance lovers will feel the spark fly … almost instantaneously.”
–RT BOOK REVIEWS, TOP PICK!, 4 ½ STARS
SINGLE BY SATURDAY
The Weekday Bride Series, Book Four
Montlake Romance, Contemporary
January 07, 2014, First Edition
Paperback & Kindle
The petite blonde married a Hollywood star, yet she’s the one who spends every day playing a part: The part of a happy wife. A year ago, she agreed to wed a famous actor to diffuse rumors about his personal life. Now, her divorce sits just around the corner, along with a five million dollar payout. However, as she prepares to exit her fake marriage gracefully, her drop-dead-gorgeous brother-in-law walks through the door… and into her heart.
Dark-haired, blue-eyed hunk, Zach, crashes Michael and Karen’s fancy one-year anniversary party, determined to meet the wife his brother hid from their family. But sparks fly the moment he and Karen see each other. When the famous couple decides to visit the whole Gardner clan, Karen must keep Michael’s secret under wraps in front of his questioning relative… including Zach, the man who could be the real love of her life.
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New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Catherine Bybee was raised in Washington State, but after graduating high school, she moved to Southern California in hopes of becoming a movie star. After growing bored with waiting tables, she returned to school and became a registered nurse, spending most of her career in urban emergency rooms. She now writes full-time and has penned novels Wife by Wednesday, Married by Monday, and Not Quite Dating. Bybee lives with her husband and two teenage sons in Southern California.
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Crystal Posey (@CrystalPosey) said:
Catherine Bybee said:
*waving* Thanks for your kind words, Ginger. I’m so happy you enjoyed Karen and Zach’s story. xoxo
I love passion in romance novels, it is the most imporant thing :).
I have this book just waiting for me to read on my kindle, I’m hoping to get to it tonight. Can’t wait to read it!!
Stephanie Lowe Kennedy said:
Can’t wait to to read it
I like your thinking! A bride of the month!
I love seeing the spark and connection happen between two people. Gives us single gals hope that, even if it doesn’t happen like in the movies, we’ll be able to find that connection one day. ❤
Marina Marinova said:
I think one of the things I like the most in romance novels is the happily ever after. Unfortunately in life that’s not always the case so it is good to have somewhere to escape from the everyday life difficulties 🙂