Four Day Fling
A standalone romantic comedy of epically awkward proportions, from New York Times bestselling author, Emma Hart. Imagine this. You’re ready to leave after a one-night stand, and you’re figuring out how to—shock horror—leave your number and ask him to be your fake boyfriend for your sister’s wedding this weekend. When he wakes up. Well, that happened to me. And over coffee and omelets, I found myself a date. Which was how I ended up arriving at the wedding with a guy I knew nothing about. I didn’t know his last name, or how we met, or how long we’d been dating. I didn’t know where he grew up, what he’d majored in in college, or how many siblings he had. I sure as hell didn’t know he was Adam Winters, hotshot hockey player—and not only my father’s favorite player, but my little nephew’s freakin’ idol. Which means I’m in trouble. Big, big trouble. My mother is suspicious, my sister is bridezilla on crack, and my grandpa will tell anyone who’ll listen about his time in Amsterdam’s Red Light District. Four days. I have to keep this up for four days, and then Adam and I can return to our regular lives, where we don’t have sex whenever we’re alone and my family aren’t interrogating him over his intentions with me. At least, that’s the plan. And we all know what happens to those.

Four Day Fling Details

TitleFour Day Fling
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJul 24th, 2018
PublisherEmma Hart
Rating
GenreRomance, Contemporary Romance, Contemporary, Sports Romance, Humor, Funny, Sports and Games, Sports, Comedy, Did Not Finish, Adult

Four Day Fling Review

  • Carol [Goodreads Addict]
    January 1, 1970
    Four Day Fling is my very first book by Emma Hart. I chose this book because I thought it looked like it was going to be a lot of fun with a sexy romance at the same time and yes, this did definitely ring true. But, I might have learned with this one that there is such a thing as too much sarcasm or snark. At times it distracted me from the story. As I got to know the main characters, I realized that Poppy uses the sarcasm as a sort of shield but still, for me it was a bit too much.Poppy is twen Four Day Fling is my very first book by Emma Hart. I chose this book because I thought it looked like it was going to be a lot of fun with a sexy romance at the same time and yes, this did definitely ring true. But, I might have learned with this one that there is such a thing as too much sarcasm or snark. At times it distracted me from the story. As I got to know the main characters, I realized that Poppy uses the sarcasm as a sort of shield but still, for me it was a bit too much.Poppy is twenty four years old and after college hasn’t figured out what she wants to do with her life yet. She is sharing an apartment with her best friend, Avery, and working as a waitress in Orlando, Florida. Poppy’s sister is getting married down in the Keys at a huge four day affair and has been told that she absolutely has to bring a date. After a one night stand with a gorgeous man that she knows nothing about, she decides to invite him as her fake boyfriend to the wedding, and surprisingly enough, he accepts. Poppy is a flaming red-head who loves wearing snarky tshirts to aggravate her mother. Poppy considers herself clumsy and antisocial. As you get to know her, you see that she kind of uses her sarcasm as a kind of shield, that there is a softhearted woman in there. She dreads spending this time with her family but when you really see her in action, she kind of holds the whole thing together. She doesn’t seem to recognize her own value at all and I did love that about her. Adam Winters is a rich, famous, hockey star. He can’t go anywhere without women throwing themselves at him, wanting to be close to him because of who he is. When he met Poppy in the bar, she had no idea who he was. She was the first woman that was attracted to him just for him. After their wild night together, when she asked him to spend the weekend at her sister’s wedding, he thought, why not. He liked spending time with her and thought it would be fun and some more guaranteed sex. The more time they spent together, though, the more he saw the parts of her she kept hidden. She made him laugh. Somewhere during those four days, his attraction to Poppy started to feel very real.Poppy and Adam had agreed to a four day fling. Each day that passed, each kiss they exchanged, it began to feel more like a real relationship. Poppy knew, though, that a relationship with a professional athlete who is on the road more than he is home, was not something that she could handle. That when their four days was over, she had to go home alone. That four days was all they could have together.I did enjoy this book. As I said above, it was fun and sexy and had some really sweet moments. I loved the ending. Well, I loved the ending AND the epilogue. And even though I understood Poppy, as I said before, I just felt a little bit overwhelmed with all of the snarky banter. At times, I even had to go back and re-read a sentence or two. I would think, wait, what? It took away from the romance just a bit. This is definitely an author, though, that I want to keep my eye on and see what she comes up with next as well as look through some of her previous books.
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  • Alex ♈
    January 1, 1970
    I’m in love with this book cover.In LOVE!!!Such a beautiful hair color, my dream color, absolute #WetDreamAlexIsChasing.Ah…. the power of Photoshop…But the real life is cruel; you buy a new brand with a perfect print on the box, do a happy dance, then you apply it, patiently wait, rinse and look into the mirror with full expectation of this Goddess…And you see…(which is still cute as hell, but you wanted it sex-bomb-ish)Story of my life...But, well, I was actually talking about the book *lol*Hil I’m in love with this book cover.In LOVE!!!Such a beautiful hair color, my dream color, absolute #WetDreamAlexIsChasing.Ah…. the power of Photoshop…But the real life is cruel; you buy a new brand with a perfect print on the box, do a happy dance, then you apply it, patiently wait, rinse and look into the mirror with full expectation of this Goddess…And you see…(which is still cute as hell, but you wanted it sex-bomb-ish)Story of my life...But, well, I was actually talking about the book *lol*Hilarious, funny, a bit weird and slightly absurd, sometimes exaggerated, maybe a bit OTT, but overall VERY FUNNY! Amazing heroine, I liked Poppy a lot.A girl, who lived through so many embarrassing situations, is normally not my coppa, but this woman owned it, she totally owned her personality. High five, girl! Cool! I nudged him off me after a minute or so. Hot sex or not, a girl needed to wipe and get panties. And pee. That was real life, and while pornstars might have gone to sleep like that, I was no pornstar and the camera wasn’t about to shut off on me. "You’re adorable when you blush." Adam grinned."Thank God," I drawled. "That was my life goal. Be adorable. Now, I can get it in neon lights over my bed." Very likable hero, not a manwhore or alpha-hole, but a sweet and strong guy.Together they were explosive! "Did you just call me honey?""Would you prefer I reverted to Hockey Boy?""No, actually. I wouldn’t.""All right. Hockey Boy it is." "You have. I’m quite fond of it." He grinned and flicked his thumb over my lower lip. "I never claimed I wasn’t sarcastic myself. Actually, I think you bring it out in me. Is it infectious?""No. It’s a language for smart people. It’s how we confuse the idiots." He nodded. "It’s hard. Why do you think I’m single?""I dunno. I assumed you had a really bad habit. Like biting your toenails or something." Safe! They didn’t invite virgins into the book, and also did NOT slut-shame! Looking forward to the story of heroine’s BFF Avery.This woman won me with following line, which I also want to use as a perfect ending of my review! "But that’s just my opinion, and opinions are like assholes. Everybody has one."
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  • Megan✦❋Steamy Reads Blog❋✦
    January 1, 1970
    I was super excited to read Four Day Fling by Emma Hart, plus I absolutely loved the cover. I must admit, I do have a thing for red heads, so this story definitely drew me in from the get go. I was searching for the ultimate romcom to read. All I craved was something sweet, fun, flirty and sexy to draw me in and get me hooked. Four Day Fling was simply one of those books that is an absolute joy to read and leaves you with a smile on your face. It certainly did deliver on everything I was searchi I was super excited to read Four Day Fling by Emma Hart, plus I absolutely loved the cover. I must admit, I do have a thing for red heads, so this story definitely drew me in from the get go. I was searching for the ultimate romcom to read. All I craved was something sweet, fun, flirty and sexy to draw me in and get me hooked. Four Day Fling was simply one of those books that is an absolute joy to read and leaves you with a smile on your face. It certainly did deliver on everything I was searching for. Poppy is in the ultimate predicament. Not only is it bad enough that she has to spend four days with her family, who are quite possibly crazy (especially her mother), but her sister’s getting married and Poppy is in desperate need for a date to the four-day wedding from hell. After waking up next to her one night stand she believes she has found the solution to her problem; the date she so desperately needs. Poppy is not above begging and pleading for this sexy stranger to be her fake boyfriend for four days. Adam agrees to be Poppy’s fake boyfriend during the four-day wedding vacation, but has no idea at the time what he has gotten himself into. Clearly not a sporting fan, Poppy has no idea who Adam is, that is, until she introduces him to her family as her boyfriend. Her family knows who this sporting superstar is and to say they are massive fans is an understatement. I absolutely adored Poppy, she just made this read so much fun for me. She’s a total badass; positively crazy, batty and a fierce red head to boot. She always says it like it is, never sugar-coats any situation and is totally fearless to a fault. All the craziness that is Poppy made me laugh out loud so much and I just loved her outspoken persona. Adam was awesome, the complete package. He’s so adorable, sweet, laid back and ever so cool as a cucumber. He is a hockey superstar and would love nothing more than for someone to love him for the person he is, not for the money, for the fame or the adoring fans. I just could not get enough of sexy Adam and wanted more, so much more. He is a hero that will positively make you swoon. “God he was beautiful. I’ll-chisel-you-into-marble kinda beautiful. The kind of beautiful that should be displayed in museums for years to come. In a hundred years, people would marvel at the statue of him the way we did the Mona Lisa today.” The sexual tension and chemistry was off the scales hot and even though both Poppy and Adam were two completely different people, they just worked. They were in the truest sense, opposites who were attracted to each other in the absolute hottest way. While Four Day Fling is not the most original idea, Emma Hart did an amazing job writing a story that pulled me in from the get go and was simply a joy to read. Her writing and storytelling drew me in and kept me fully engaged throughout. I loved the characters and everything they brought to the story, the crazy family drama and of course the romance. If you are after your next read to be so much fun that you’ll finish the book with a gigantic smile on your face, then look no further than Four Day Fling to satisfy your romcom cravings. I have a feeling Adam will be melting many hearts around the world.
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  • Danielle
    January 1, 1970
    Four-day fling has popped up all over my radar lately and I'd already got high expectations before I opened the first page. I was a little nervous to read it but luckily it didn't disappoint. This is my first Emma Hart story but won't be my last. Poppy is everything her family wishes she wasn't. She stands on her own two feet. She comes from money but has chosen her own path through life. She has an average job, she likes to party and she isn't afraid to make a fool of herself. The book starts w Four-day fling has popped up all over my radar lately and I'd already got high expectations before I opened the first page. I was a little nervous to read it but luckily it didn't disappoint. This is my first Emma Hart story but won't be my last. Poppy is everything her family wishes she wasn't. She stands on her own two feet. She comes from money but has chosen her own path through life. She has an average job, she likes to party and she isn't afraid to make a fool of herself. The book starts with her waking up in bed with a man whose name she can't remember. She's debating her exit when he notices she's staring at him. Adam is calm and laid back. Her swift exit turns into breakfast and an invitation for Adam to be her plus one at her sister's wedding. Poppy's mother is overbearing and a pain in the butt. A fake boyfriend to her sister wedding is the perfect scenario but maybe Poppy should have gotten to know Adam a little better before her family met him. The four-day fling is a classic story which has been told many times before but Emma Hart tells it well. Poppy has already slept with Adam so there are no awkward sleepovers. The chemistry is already there. They get on so well four days could be all it takes. Poppy is a sassy chick and Adam is everything a girl dreams of. There are no cringe-worthy moments and the comedy keeps on following. 4.5 stars out of 5. *I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Chris C - A Midlife Wife
    January 1, 1970
    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~In Four Day Fling, the author takes a familiar story line but gives us a sweet and delightful twist. A one night stand turns into a wacky, crazy weekend where the heart grows fonder against their better judgment.We’re introduced to Poppy, who is by all accounts crazy. High maintenance and just rather wacky but she is better at managing life than her sister and her mother, if that means anything. But she tends to endear herself to us and I love how Adam can completely Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~In Four Day Fling, the author takes a familiar story line but gives us a sweet and delightful twist. A one night stand turns into a wacky, crazy weekend where the heart grows fonder against their better judgment.We’re introduced to Poppy, who is by all accounts crazy. High maintenance and just rather wacky but she is better at managing life than her sister and her mother, if that means anything. But she tends to endear herself to us and I love how Adam can completely balance her emotions.And this guy, Adam – what a saint. If it hadn’t been for growing up with four sisters, there’s no way he would survive the craziness in the story. He’s sweet and kind and you can just feel the connection that they have together, even though they tried to deny it.Funny, wacky, sexy, along with all of the sweet heat and love we look for in this young adult rom-com. Emma has crafted a lighthearted and endearing story that leaves you begging for more.It makes you wonder who’s next …* copy received for review considerationfull review - http://amidlifewife.com/four-day-flin...
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  • Book-Bosomed blog
    January 1, 1970
    No Rating/A 'Just-Not-Feeling-It' DNFPoppy and Adam had a ONS after meeting in a bar. She needs date for her sister’s big wedding. He agrees. She doesn’t know he’s a pro athlete. Full disclosure, there’s an author’s note at the beginning reaffirming it’s an unedited, unproofed ARC. Nothing uncommon there. But then it proceeds to request that reviewers skip over any mistakes (specified as “typos, incorrect words, misuse of words, and facts”). I generally don’t dwell on minor, infrequent, and inco No Rating/A 'Just-Not-Feeling-It' DNFPoppy and Adam had a ONS after meeting in a bar. She needs date for her sister’s big wedding. He agrees. She doesn’t know he’s a pro athlete. Full disclosure, there’s an author’s note at the beginning reaffirming it’s an unedited, unproofed ARC. Nothing uncommon there. But then it proceeds to request that reviewers skip over any mistakes (specified as “typos, incorrect words, misuse of words, and facts”). I generally don’t dwell on minor, infrequent, and inconsequential grammatical mistakes that a final proof will likely fix but “facts!!!” WTF? I had to wonder if that was another wording mistake. I did quite a few double takes or rereads of paragraphs. In the first chapter alone, there were more unproofed sentences than there should be. My genuine advice to any author (and this comes from my years working in the publishing industry as well as studying composition and literature in college)—first impressions are important, and that first chapter can set the whole tone. Re-reading sentences and playing ‘what’s the missing word’ guessing games is distracting. And if I’m being honest about my reading experience, which is what every reviewer should do, then it’s only fair to mention how and why it kept me from engagement with the actual story. Aside from correcting grammatical mistakes in my head, I also kept trailing off pondering questions germane to the plot as I continued on past the first chapter. Like why didn’t Adam clue her in? He seemed like a decent, laid back guy, and I got that he found it refreshing that Poppy didn’t recognize him nor was she attracted to him because of his celebrity status. But after he agreed to be her fake boyfriend for a long weekend family wedding, it made no sense that he didn’t inform her of his identity. Heck, they exchanged phone numbers but not last names?Also, if Rosie and Mark have been high school sweethearts and have a 6 year old son together, why would Rosie say she didn’t feel bad leaving Mark with her parents at a pre-wedding event so he could get a “warm up” in what they were like? This dude has clearly known the family for years if he sired their elementary age grandkid, married yet or not.And perhaps most importantly, why did all these adults let a woman old enough to be a grandmother dictate so much drama??? It’s contrived, perhaps, in many cases. For example, Poppy narrates that her sister is her mom’s favorite, and when Adam’s identity is revealed she fears her mother will accuse her of trying to upstage her sister’s wedding. But Poppy and Rosie appear to get along, Rosie being just as annoyed with her mother as Poppy. So why didn’t someone just tell the women to shove it? Or better yet, not invite her to the wedding!And maybe they do give her the boot. (God I hope they do.) But it was 22% and I still wasn’t making a significant connection with the characters or feeling any substantial chemistry between the hero and heroine. I was also pretty meh on the whole ‘awkward’ theme. I don’t care for heroines who have been dumped on, have a history of embarrassments, or simply can’t stand up for themselves. It’s not endearing, and it feeds a culture of depicting women as the lesser sex—less confident, less capable…hell even unable to hold a conversation with a naked man she already had sex with or to choose a career based on her own interests rather than as a way to avoid or spite her mother. On the plus side, the safety factor on this one seemed fine from the parts I read, and I think it had potential. It appears to be a light-hearted, upbeat romance, which I typically enjoy. This one just didn’t work for me. I finally decided to throw in the towel when I was losing interest and the story reminded me that I have an awesome family (hubs & kids) who deserve my attention more. *I volunteered to review this ARC. All reviews written by Book-Bosomed Book Blog are honest opinions. In the interest of providing unbiased book reviews and to avoid misleading other readers, it is the blog’s policy not to withhold or delay any reviews no matter the star rating. To the best of my knowledge, this title was presented to the blog without any conditions or stipulations.
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  • Sabrina
    January 1, 1970
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  • Alina
    January 1, 1970
    This was a fun read. It was safe.The heroine is awesome, I didn't get annoyed with her OTT sassiness, cause girl I get it, I need coffee to survive too. (She was an uber bitch in the morning but then so am I !!)The hero was super cute and loyal. At first, both agreed to split after their fling was done but then the hero wanted to admit his feelings for her and I was fine with the fact that initially, she did not want to admit her feelings for him as she did not want to get hurt. I completely und This was a fun read. It was safe.The heroine is awesome, I didn't get annoyed with her OTT sassiness, cause girl I get it, I need coffee to survive too. (She was an uber bitch in the morning but then so am I !!)The hero was super cute and loyal. At first, both agreed to split after their fling was done but then the hero wanted to admit his feelings for her and I was fine with the fact that initially, she did not want to admit her feelings for him as she did not want to get hurt. I completely understand that, so she may not have admitted her feelings for him but she was not chicken shit, she did not physically run away. I don't know if you get what I'm saying but whatever, she stood her ground and I admired that.Her family was funny AF, I loved her grandpa( horniest grandpa I've ever read about). She had an amazing relationship with her sister and best friend and even with her brother in law. I liked the mom and daughter relationship, they are not at all affectionate towards each other but are super entertaining.It's a good book to read, especially when you are in a book funk (AKA me). There was quite a lot of typos but I prefer typos over douchebag heroes and doormat heroines.Also looking forward to her best friend Avery's story!!H and H - 4.5/5Secondary characters- 3.5/5Plot- 4/5
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  • Lisa (Two Bookish Brits)
    January 1, 1970
    This. Book. Was. Everything. Cute, funny, adorable, gut wrenching but absolutely incredible. As soon as I started I never wanted to put it down, I was hooked from the get go. ARC received in exchange for an honest review When I read the info on this book I knew it was a book I’d want to read, a book that piqued my curiosity and a book I knew I’d love. Poppy and Adam are amazing. When a one night stand turns into a four day fling you never expect anything more than a fling but this book is so mu This. Book. Was. Everything. Cute, funny, adorable, gut wrenching but absolutely incredible. As soon as I started I never wanted to put it down, I was hooked from the get go. ARC received in exchange for an honest review When I read the info on this book I knew it was a book I’d want to read, a book that piqued my curiosity and a book I knew I’d love. Poppy and Adam are amazing. When a one night stand turns into a four day fling you never expect anything more than a fling but this book is so much more. Poppy is a firecracker, she’s badass, she’s fierce and absolutely awesome. She isn’t afraid to say what she thinks of feels. She legit has no filter when it comes to speaking and that in turn is absolutely hilarious especially when she’s around Adam. Adam..*sighs* what a man he is. He’s sexy, muscly, charming and absolutely adorable. He’s the complete opposite of Poppy which makes them work. He’s a gorgeous hockey star looking for someone that wants him for himself instead of what he’s got. I fell in love with this guy, hard. I just wish he had more chapters in this book, hearing his side of some parts of this book would have been funny. Their chemistry is hot AF. Their sex, oh man, what a turn on, like I need to jump in a cold shower already kinda hot. Gahhh. Emma Hart did amazing with these two characters and their story, I do love me some good family drama at weddings and damn, Emma made Poppy’s family incredible funny. I’m so sad that I’ve finished Four Day Fling I want to rewind and re read it all over again *sighs*
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  • Snow
    January 1, 1970
    Such a fun read...Loved it...Poppy Dunn is a free spirited firecracker, stubborn, feisty and in total opposition from her family, especially her overcontrolling mother. She can't really get along with her a little bit over bearing family member, it's chaotic, it's hilarious and when her sister's four day wedding celebrations appraoches, she proposes an outrageously insane idea to her one-night stand, Adam Winters to be her "plus one" at this merry event, no strings attached, all payed, four day Such a fun read...Loved it...Poppy Dunn is a free spirited firecracker, stubborn, feisty and in total opposition from her family, especially her overcontrolling mother. She can't really get along with her a little bit over bearing family member, it's chaotic, it's hilarious and when her sister's four day wedding celebrations appraoches, she proposes an outrageously insane idea to her one-night stand, Adam Winters to be her "plus one" at this merry event, no strings attached, all payed, four day fling and pretense to get her mother's nagging off her back.As propostrous as it sounds, Adam accepts...cause well, she's a feisty redhead and her liked her, so what's there to lose, but only gain and he happens to be free that weekend, so why the hell not?the troubles begin as soon as she introduces Adam Winters to her family and they all become infatuated and stunned, cause Adam is non the less but the hero to them - cause Poppy's family is hockey crazy and Adam happens to be the main player for the home Orlando team, and somehow, Poppy being ignorant of all sports, whatsoever, happens to fall even deeper into the pretense relationship, slowly giving in to the natural sexual attraction to this guy... I know this is fake, all right? I know that we'll probably never see each other after Monday. But that doesn't mean that my attraction to you right now isn't very, very fucking real. but is it enough to start smth more? Poppy Dunn, with her red hair and her brown eyes and her smartass mouth, was someone I could see myself falling for. Is it enough to start building smth more on the basis of pure chemistry? I'm not afraid to tell him how I feel. I'm afraid to fall in love and get my heart broken. and once they both give in to this tremendeous physical pull they have towards each other, the thin line of giving a chance to something more will be just a matter of when...I have read Emma Hart's books some time ago and I had a pre-notion of what to expect. Her writing is fluent and effortless, light and funny. I had "laughing out loud" moments while reading this story and generally liked the fact that she didn't push the "insta love" as a solid thing, the characters went with the flow in the given situation and that felt as realistically as possible, considering the "toss in the hurricane" kinda surroundings LOL and then they slowly worked towards the possibility of something more...However, I do have a remark on the editing process, it would have had a better impression if I didn't notice the faults in grammar and evident mistakes in wrongly naming the main characters :/ in the middle of the story, I just couldn't overlook this time...so, 4.5 stars, for the brilliance of the romantic comedy and lovable characters
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  • Kahea
    January 1, 1970
    ***5 ‘Not Today, Satan’ Stars*** This was such a fun, smexy read! (one which was definitelyneeded after experiencing a few highly angsty ones)I found myself laughing out loud, sometimes with simultaneously cringing, at the snarky and antics of the various unique and colorful characters and falling in love with Poppy and Adam as they found that the ‘fake’ in their relationship wasn’t as fake as they’d thought it would be.Poppy is a force to be reckoned with. With little, to no edit button, she l ***5 ‘Not Today, Satan’ Stars*** This was such a fun, smexy read! (one which was definitelyneeded after experiencing a few highly angsty ones)I found myself laughing out loud, sometimes with simultaneously cringing, at the snarky and antics of the various unique and colorful characters and falling in love with Poppy and Adam as they found that the ‘fake’ in their relationship wasn’t as fake as they’d thought it would be.Poppy is a force to be reckoned with. With little, to no edit button, she lets you know exactly how she feels whether it be verbal or not. She’s snarky and stubborn and has a tendency to appear put out when dealing with certain people, but beneath all of that is a heart that cares, and cares deeply whether she admits it or not.Adam was such a sweetheart, and I know that for some that description lands right next to being called a ‘nice guy’ on the continuum, but he really is. I loved his honesty and how he rolled with the punches, because there were A LOT of them, as if they were normal. He has a laid back kind of alpha thing going on with his determination and honesty and his charm was absolutely lethal.Poppy and Adam’s ‘fake’ relationship was so much fun. It really was. It was sweet, smexy and was low on angsty drama, though it had a few touches here and there that not only touched my heart but had me growling a little in frustration a time or two. The connection between Poppy and Adam definitely went against the ‘fake’ issues and I loved how honest they were with each other. Their bantering was fun and the smexy was HAWT and I loved where we left them in the end.I’m a broken record but...this was a fun and easy to devour read. I obviously adored Poppy and Adam, but along with them, I ended up adoring the very well written and colorful cast of characters. They all kept me on my toes and had me cracking up with their antics while brining that family dynamic I love so much to vibrant, HD life. I can’t say I have an ultimate favorite, but grandpa and Rosie are definitely at the top of the list. So, if you’re looking for a low angsty read with a cast of great characters and a lot of heart, then this is a must read!~ Copy provided by Social Butterfly PR & voluntarily reviewed ~
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  • *Ritzrenee*
    January 1, 1970
    Quirky quick romanceWedding Date's book hangoverI was totally into the fake boyfriend for wedding trope but not so much for this. This book was quirky and awkwardly humourous at times. I had give credit to the hilarious moments but not so much on the romance. The family drama was way too much and somewhat exaggerating. Sadly, I was skimming through some sections of the book.
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  • Karen
    January 1, 1970
    Adam and Poppy are delightful. There was some great hilarious moments and some good sexy times but mostly smart snark.
  • Maria...
    January 1, 1970
    OMG this sounds so freaking GOOD!!!!
  • Amy
    January 1, 1970
    “He tasted of whiskey and coke, and he smelled like my next big mistake.”“Kissing him was like flying. Everything else melted away when Adam held my body against his, and our lips came together.”“You have a smarter mouth than anyone I’ve ever met, and I’m fucked if I know why that’s so attractive to me, but there you go.”“She consumed me like the fire she was.”Four Day Fling is the kind of summer romance that I can’t possibly resist. The story-line is fun and entertaining. The characters are a r “He tasted of whiskey and coke, and he smelled like my next big mistake.”“Kissing him was like flying. Everything else melted away when Adam held my body against his, and our lips came together.”“You have a smarter mouth than anyone I’ve ever met, and I’m fucked if I know why that’s so attractive to me, but there you go.”“She consumed me like the fire she was.”Four Day Fling is the kind of summer romance that I can’t possibly resist. The story-line is fun and entertaining. The characters are a riot and captivate me instantly. And the romance just puts a smile on your face. Emma Hart is quickly becoming my go-to author when I’m in the mood for a romantic comedy. When I need a smart, snarky and independent heroine and a hero that melts your heart, I know exactly who I can count on…One of things I loved most about this story was the characters. Poppy was quirky, awkward, and totally independent. She is a total riot and you just can’t help but fall for this girl. I mean, imagine having a one night stand with an incredible guy, and then inviting said guy to a wedding. I mean, I wouldn’t have the courage to do something like that! And I just loved her snarky attitude and I want to know where I can find some of the shirts that she has. They just cracked me up! This girl may have thought she was a complete disaster, but she couldn’t be more wrong. She was the glue that holds her family together. And then Adam… He is a total breath of fresh air. He’s famous, but is drawn to Poppy because for the first time, someone is interested in Adam the guy, not Adam the professional hockey player. The connection he feels for Poppy is intense, so when she asks him to be her fake date for her sister’s wedding, he can’t resist. I have to say, I just adored Adam. He was sexy and intense, yet he made me swoon and could handle all the crazy Poppy threw his way.I just loved Poppy and Adam together. Their connection was instant and intense. I loved how effortless things were between the two of them. The lines of pretend and real blurred so easily. I couldn’t help but root for these two. They entertained me so much. Adam was the balance that Poppy needed. He figured out how to handle her stubbornness and wasn’t afraid to go after what he wanted.And of course, another thing to love about this story is the family. You’ve got the sister who’s close to becoming bridezilla. A mother who you’ll never be able to please. A father that just goes with the flow, but is always in your corner. And a grandfather & aunt who are sure to leave you in stitches. I just loved the family dynamic of this story and couldn’t wait to see what each family member would do next.Four Day Fling was an entertaining read from beginning to end. The story is well written and captivating. I easily devoured this book in just a few short hours. The characters were fun, entertaining and easy to connect with. There was a good balance of humor, sexy good times and drama. Four Day Fling is the perfect summer read that will have you laughing and swooning. Emma Hart has once again delivered a fun and unforgettable romantic comedy.*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*
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  • Shayna
    January 1, 1970
    “Feelings. I had feelings for Adam Winters, and they needed to shut up and get back in their box where they belonged.” You can NEVER go wrong with an Emma Hart romantic comedy! FOUR DAY FLING is her latest rom-com and I couldn’t have been more delighted to dive in! With already a pretty long list of charming, sexy, sweet, and HILARIOUS books in the genre already, Emma has shot up my list of favorites in no time at all. She gives us this perfect blend of romance and comedy each and every time, a “Feelings. I had feelings for Adam Winters, and they needed to shut up and get back in their box where they belonged.” You can NEVER go wrong with an Emma Hart romantic comedy! FOUR DAY FLING is her latest rom-com and I couldn’t have been more delighted to dive in! With already a pretty long list of charming, sexy, sweet, and HILARIOUS books in the genre already, Emma has shot up my list of favorites in no time at all. She gives us this perfect blend of romance and comedy each and every time, and all I want to do is read these books over and over again. They put me in such a great mood and sets me up for the days ahead. Her comedic prose is out of this world. Her characters are unforgettable and so full of life…they seem to jump out of the pages!FOUR DAY FLING is an entertaining and sexy powerhouse of a romantic comedy! Page after page, chapter after chapter, you won’t want for anything else while you’re in her world. Poppy is an incredible heroine who made me laugh with each turn of the page. Adam’s life is so different from Poppy’s but they shared the same quick witted banter that made me melt, and made them the perfect couple in my mind. These characters were just so cool and the story flowed so nicely, there was no looking back. Emma Hart took a trope that is not all that original, but made it her own, putting her stamp on it, putting it in a league of its own. I couldn’t have asked for a better rom-com to totally turn my day around.
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  • Rica
    January 1, 1970
    There were some parts that dragged, but overall, I enjoyed this book.
  • Irene
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 starsFour Day Fling by Emma Hart is such a good read.From the first few pages I was hooked, I laughed, I smiled and I found myself connecting with Poppy on so many levels. I'm the queen of sarcasm so I totally got Poppy. I loved her quick mind and Adam was the perfect man for her. He just got her, he didn't let her get away with anything and even knew how to handle Satan, aka Miranda, Poppy's mother lolI loved watching them fall in love, they had amazing chemistry and I have no doubt life fo 4.5 starsFour Day Fling by Emma Hart is such a good read.From the first few pages I was hooked, I laughed, I smiled and I found myself connecting with Poppy on so many levels. I'm the queen of sarcasm so I totally got Poppy. I loved her quick mind and Adam was the perfect man for her. He just got her, he didn't let her get away with anything and even knew how to handle Satan, aka Miranda, Poppy's mother lolI loved watching them fall in love, they had amazing chemistry and I have no doubt life for them will be full of laughter and a love that will last to the end of time.Emma Hart has written another fun, entertaining and highly amusing read with characters that will bring a smile to your face and I highly recommend it. Four Day Fling is now live!Amazon US → https://amzn.to/2JqVjKMAmazon UK → https://amzn.to/2qYdTSUAmazon CA → https://amzn.to/2JptrqfAmazon AU → https://amzn.to/2HRocm6iBooks → https://apple.co/2HtGwOGB&N → http://bit.ly/2HvI5A4Kobo → http://bit.ly/2qVOkmoPaperback →US → https://amzn.to/2uZ4H2wUK → https://amzn.to/2mCl4hX*I received an advance copy in exchange for my honest thoughts.*
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  • Jan
    January 1, 1970
    Wow, I absolutely freakin loved this book! Emma Hart is the pink goddess of Rom Com. The characters I absolutely adored, the plot I was addicted to and I just..  wow, I finished this book on a happy sigh and had lots of laughs along the way. A one night stand that turns into a four day wedding vacation at a resort with Poppy's family.Poppy is in an awkward position of needing a date for her sisters wedding, under pressure from her mum or more like threatened by her mother that she has to bring a Wow, I absolutely freakin loved this book! ​Emma Hart is the pink goddess of Rom Com. The characters I absolutely adored, the plot I was addicted to and I just..  wow, I finished this book on a happy sigh and had lots of laughs along the way. ​A one night stand that turns into a four day wedding vacation at a resort with Poppy's family.Poppy is in an awkward position of needing a date for her sisters wedding, under pressure from her mum or more like threatened by her mother that she has to bring a date and Adam seems like a good solution when she wakes up next to him following a night were she has only known him a few hours, Intimately yes but a stranger none the less.Adam just doesn't not know what he has let himself in for when he agrees to poppy's mercy plea and request to be her fake boyfriend for four days. ​She's nuts, clumsy, a fiery red head, half her family are crazy and Poppy isn't a people liker at the best of times and she has to spend the weekend surrounded by people especially her mother who drives her nuts. Poppy is a girl who wears her moods on her T-shirts and I absolutely loved her. ​Adam has the patient of a saint, he agreed to a weekend with a girl he had only had sex with once and Poppy has no idea what is in store when Adam meets her family and she introduces him as her boyfriend. This is one girl who wishes she had taken more notice of her family's sports interests.I was completely involved in the lives of Poppy and Adam and in all the craziness, I hung on with bated breath for a hea. ​Full of humor, full of energy, Four Day Fling is a page turner from start to finish.​Emma Hart is a go to author when you need a pick me up kind of read, I never fail to smile, she has the ability to turn  sass and sarcasm into sexy and fun.ARC RECEIVED FOR REVIEW PURPOSES http://www.BBBf-sizzlereads-bestbookb...Paperback LIVE →US → https://amzn.to/2uZ4H2wUK → https://amzn.to/2mCl4hXPRE-ORDER →Amazon US → https://amzn.to/2JqVjKMAmazon UK → https://amzn.to/2qYdTSUAmazon CA → https://amzn.to/2JptrqfAmazon AU → https://amzn.to/2HRocm6iBooks → https://apple.co/2HtGwOGB&N → http://bit.ly/2HvI5A4Kobo → http://bit.ly/2qVOkmo
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  • Aurora (Whoo Gives A Hoot)
    January 1, 1970
    * Read more of my reviews at Whoo Gives A Hoot *Emma Hart has once again brought on all the laughs with her latest romantic comedy that is a fun, flirty and hilarious story! Four Day Fling might just happen to be my favorite Emma Hart romcom to date. From the phenomenally intriguing storyline to the characters, both main and secondary, there wasn't anything I didn't like! Poppy and Adam captivated my heart right from the very beginning and I found myself falling deeply in love with them as the s * Read more of my reviews at Whoo Gives A Hoot *Emma Hart has once again brought on all the laughs with her latest romantic comedy that is a fun, flirty and hilarious story! Four Day Fling might just happen to be my favorite Emma Hart romcom to date. From the phenomenally intriguing storyline to the characters, both main and secondary, there wasn't anything I didn't like! Poppy and Adam captivated my heart right from the very beginning and I found myself falling deeply in love with them as the story progressed. Their witty banter just made it impossible not to love them!Poppy Dunn was sassy, snarky, and a little awkward at times. And let's not forget about her amazing t-shirt collection (totally wish I had her fashion sense). She is one of those characters that you wish could step outside of the book because you totally want to be her bff. I have got a major girl crush on her! She is my alternate ego and I wish I could be as cool as she is.Adam Winters was sweet and sexy with an oh so charming smile that will melt your...well you know...right off! He had me laughing, smiling and swooning hardcore too many times to count. I freaking love him and did I mention that he's a hockey player?! Oh my goodness do I have a weakness for hockey players. They are just so HOT! Not only that, but he is so sweet to all of his fans, especially the little ones!These two were the perfect match and I could not have imagined them any other way. Their banter and sarcasm just added so much to the dynamic of this story. Emma Hart has truly outdone herself with her character and storyline development! Readers make sure to one-click your copy of Four Day Fling today and fall for Poppy and Adam today!
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  • Andi Isack
    January 1, 1970
    Four Day Fling is the perfect summer read! It's a entertaining rom-com. It's a very hillarious and pleasurable story fling with overwhelming and sexy scenes. It's never boring or forced. Everything fluels easy and great. The story itself is captivating, it's dynamic and beautiful written. I honestly think Four day fling is my favorite book by this author. I haven't read all her books, but I don't know, Four day fling got me from the very first moment I saw the cover and read the blurb.The charac Four Day Fling is the perfect summer read! It's a entertaining rom-com. It's a very hillarious and pleasurable story fling with overwhelming and sexy scenes. It's never boring or forced. Everything fluels easy and great. The story itself is captivating, it's dynamic and beautiful written. I honestly think Four day fling is my favorite book by this author. I haven't read all her books, but I don't know, Four day fling got me from the very first moment I saw the cover and read the blurb.The characters are just the perfect match. I loved how their relationship has been developed by the author. Their connection is instant and it's addictive. But I especially like their way to interact, to be, to feel and incontiocly create a deep bond between them. They complete the missing part of the other life, and this chemistry is going deeper and deeper. She is really beautiful. But her sassy mouth is what intrigued, challenge and drawn Adam. And Adam? Well, Adam is the full package. Is what any girl would dream about. It's perfect. In and outside. Has a tender heart and a sinful body. And he's so talented. Not only as a hockey champ...if you get the idea...So they live their moment, enjoying their mutual attraction. Like a summer rain. And what better than it on a warm day. So, enjoy your summer with Poopy and Adam in...Four day fling.*ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review*
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  • Bookgasms Book Blog
    January 1, 1970
    Looking for a quick, fun, flirty, sexy read? Check out Four Day Fling! Trust me, you’re going to love the wild and crazy antics of Poppy and Adam when things get a little too real in this rom com!I loved how blissfully oblivious Poppy is toward Adam and his “celebrity” status. And most hysterically that her entire family is not! Seriously, cracked up over that little reveal and so many others in this story.I loved Poppy and her sarcasm and snark. She didn’t filter herself—at all! Even when it ca Looking for a quick, fun, flirty, sexy read? Check out Four Day Fling! Trust me, you’re going to love the wild and crazy antics of Poppy and Adam when things get a little too real in this rom com!I loved how blissfully oblivious Poppy is toward Adam and his “celebrity” status. And most hysterically that her entire family is not! Seriously, cracked up over that little reveal and so many others in this story.I loved Poppy and her sarcasm and snark. She didn’t filter herself—at all! Even when it came to her t-shirts (err, many of which I’d like to own myself). Poppy truly didn’t care, and her honesty was so refreshing. And Adam. There’s not one thing NOT to like about the man. He’s a perfect match to Poppy’s wit and humor, and definitely holds his own up against the rising tide of crazy that is Poppy’s family. Oh, and let’s discuss just how hot and sexy AF these two are together in and out of the bedroom. *fans self*Their romance developed quickly and was nothing that either was expecting or looking for, but man was it fun watching it develop. Over all I really enjoyed Four Day Fling, I did feel like the ending was a bit rushed but I did truly enjoy their HEA! ~ Missy, 4 stars
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  • Amber - TBR Book Blog
    January 1, 1970
    This might be one of my favorite Emma Hart characters/families EVER!! Think like the Bond family from Emma's Holly Woods Files series. The Dunn family, Poppy in particular, is hilariously crazy and amazingly cool!! Her snark is what I aspire to be. I can be a smartass but Poppy definitely has the market cornered. And I admire her so much! She's who I want to be when I grow up. And Adam! I loved him! He truly appreciated Poppy and her insanity and called her out on it. And at times, even out-snar This might be one of my favorite Emma Hart characters/families EVER!! Think like the Bond family from Emma's Holly Woods Files series. The Dunn family, Poppy in particular, is hilariously crazy and amazingly cool!! Her snark is what I aspire to be. I can be a smartass but Poppy definitely has the market cornered. And I admire her so much! She's who I want to be when I grow up. And Adam! I loved him! He truly appreciated Poppy and her insanity and called her out on it. And at times, even out-snarks her. I love them for each other! This is a book I recommended to my awesome book bestie and told her she'd love it. I constantly found myself laughing at work - thank goodness my coworkers are used to my random laughing in my cubicle. I will definitely re-read this one when I need a laugh and an escape from the world.
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  • Jenny B
    January 1, 1970
    Another absolutely hilarious book that was full of quirks and real life. I love the writing style the author has it makes the story feel realistic. This book has a great premise and the humor (and heat ) created for a great little escape from life. I love the characters and felt they had the perfect amount of depth to them to make them easy to relate to
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  • Emma
    January 1, 1970
    DnfOne of the most interesting heroine I read lately, she (like me) hates the world before breakfast and loves her space while sleeping. And the scene in the shower was hilarious! Aside from that the story didn't hold my attention enough to continue reading. The fourth time I try Emma Hart, still no luck!
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  • Janine - The World Was Hers for the Reading
    January 1, 1970
    Poppy Dunn, queen of all things awkward and lover of sarcasm and snarky t-shirts needs a date to her sister’s wedding. Caught staring at her one night stand as he was laying in bed sleeping, she decides to out her awkwardness even more by asking if he’ll be her fake boyfriend for the four day wedding festivities. No one could have been more shocked than Poppy when the incredibly sexy Adam says yes.Adam Winters really isn’t sure why he agrees to be a fake boyfriend, but there is just something ab Poppy Dunn, queen of all things awkward and lover of sarcasm and snarky t-shirts needs a date to her sister’s wedding. Caught staring at her one night stand as he was laying in bed sleeping, she decides to out her awkwardness even more by asking if he’ll be her fake boyfriend for the four day wedding festivities. No one could have been more shocked than Poppy when the incredibly sexy Adam says yes.Adam Winters really isn’t sure why he agrees to be a fake boyfriend, but there is just something about the sassy and sarcastic redhead that has him intrigued. Especially since she has no idea who he really is. Of course, the rest of her hockey loving family finds him instantly recognizable the moment Poppy introduces him as her date. With wedding festivities in full swing, Poppy and Adam will need to keep up their charade in order to fool Poppy’s extremely suspicious and incredibly cunning mother as well as the rest of her family including her bridezilla sister, her flask hiding & whiskey drinking father and her grandpa that tells inappropriate stories to anyone that will listen . . . all while remembering this is just a four day fling!I’ve been a fan of Emma Hart’s romantic comedies for a while now, but Four Day Fling is my absolute favorite to date. Honestly, this book is comedic gold on so many levels and is laugh out loud funny.When Poppy says she’s awkward, she isn’t kidding. And, it doesn’t help that she has a love for inappropriate and snarky t-shirts and always speaks her mind, often saying whatever sarcastic thought that pops in their without first thinking it through. While her sarcasm shines, we also see that hidden beneath her snark is someone that really loves her family and wants her sister to have a fabulous wedding. She’s also incredibly comfortable with Adam from the get go allowing her true self , other than her real feelings about him, out in the open for him to see.Adam is perfect boyfriend material. He’s sexy and attentive and even knows how to charm Poppy’s family. He’s also witty and matches Poppy’s personality and sarcasm perfectly. Honestly, this book has some of the best banter between a couple I have ever read! Adam’s also a genuinely good guy who takes time to talk to his fans, support those he cares about and has a hidden romantic streak. Amidst the comedy of this book is a super hot romance between Poppy and Adam. Their attraction levels are off the charts and instantaneous. It’s easy for everyone other than Poppy and Adam to see they are meant to be much more than a fling. Neither wants to fall, but it simply happens. Now, they just need to admit that to each other.I’ve got nothing but love and happiness for this book as it left with all the feels, even as I giggled and looked up snarky t-shirts on the web and was reminded about all of my own quirky relatives and awkward family events. 5 stars!
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  • Ana (thestarslisten)
    January 1, 1970
    *I would like to thank the publicist for giving me an ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Every chapter seems like it throws laughing gas at me. SPOILER FREE He tasted of whiskey and coke, and he smelled like my next big mistake. P L O T Majority of the book is set in the four days leading to the wedding but you wouldn’t want to be anywhere else! Poppy’s family is C-R-A-Z-Y. It’s like going out with your wild friends, but worse because it’s your family. They’re at a resort but they’re doing *I would like to thank the publicist for giving me an ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Every chapter seems like it throws laughing gas at me. SPOILER FREE He tasted of whiskey and coke, and he smelled like my next big mistake. P L O T Majority of the book is set in the four days leading to the wedding but you wouldn’t want to be anywhere else! Poppy’s family is C-R-A-Z-Y. It’s like going out with your wild friends, but worse because it’s your family. They’re at a resort but they’re doing everything else but relaxing. I must say this was such an easy read, you can read it in one sitting ‘cause you wouldn’t want to put it down. You can’t just read a chapter and leave it. I think the ending felt a bit rushed, a bit more of character development could have been done but I understand the book has to end. God he was beautiful. I’ll-chisel-you-into-marble kinda beautiful. C H A R A C T E R S I love Poppy and Adam, well I love Adam more with me. Adam WintersHe’s perfect, his smile and laugh and panty-dropping delicious. He’s naturally charming and I don’t know if I loathe it or love it. He’s simply perfect. And that nickname he gave to Poppy! Ah! I love nicknames. “Oh my God, if you want me to focus, get ugly or something!” Poppy DunnAs cool, calm and collected Adam is, Poppy is the exact opposite. She’s all over the place with the smartest mouth you could ever find. I love her sassy attitude. Karma was a bitch, but man, she was a beautiful one. These two are perfect for each other. I want what they had for the four days. The kind of relationship that just clicked and you know the search is over. Slow. Steady. Soft. It was a real kiss, one that made your feelings sit up and take notice, even if your mind wanted them to sit back down and shut up. W R I T I N G Brilliant, utterly funny and heart-melting. I want more of Emma Hart’s works. Written in the point of view of both Poppy and Adam’s though most of it was Poppy’s. Writing some chapters in Adam’s point of view was a smart move. It made me love him even more knowing his thoughts, motives and feelings. Some kisses were fairytale ones. Heart-thumping, foot-popping, soul-sighing kisses. O V E R A L L This is the funniest book I’ve read so far. I need to read more Rom-coms, they are the perfect medicine to a lonely or hectic day. For the few days I spent with Poppy and Adam, I am already feeling the little hole in my heart. I miss these characters. Something inside me--my heart, my soul, whatever--sighed. I half expected to see a book about Poppy’s best friend but it’s all in the hands of the author. Can’t wait to read more from Emma Hart soon. I didn’t know honesty had a sound, but here I was, hearing it.
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  • Catherine Bibby (Rochelle's Reviews)
    January 1, 1970
    I received a copy and voluntarily left a review and all opinions are my own. I couldn't wait to step into another one of Emma Hart's amazing and snarky romances and see where she would take us this time. Soon Emma had us wrapped up in the drama between Poppy, her one night stand/fake boyfriend and her whacky family during wedding festivities down in Key West Florida. Among the sand and sun, I was left in tears of laughter by the Dunne family and turning pages quick enough to cause whiplash just I received a copy and voluntarily left a review and all opinions are my own. I couldn't wait to step into another one of Emma Hart's amazing and snarky romances and see where she would take us this time. Soon Emma had us wrapped up in the drama between Poppy, her one night stand/fake boyfriend and her whacky family during wedding festivities down in Key West Florida. Among the sand and sun, I was left in tears of laughter by the Dunne family and turning pages quick enough to cause whiplash just to see what outrageous antics would come next. Not to mention the scorching heat between Poppy and Adam that is all consuming. Poppy Dunne is a red headed force to be reckoned with. You soon find out that she is the glue that keeps her crazy family together and somewhat sane and you fall more in love with this sarcastic heroine who is fierce in everything that she does. Adam Winters who Poppy affectionately calls “hockey boy” is all kinds of funny wrapped in gorgeousness and absolutely impossible to resist. I fell just as hard as Poppy's family did for his charm. The witty repertoire between Adam and Poppy kept me in stitches and begging for more. More of their sexy innuendos, more of their creative ways of dealing with her family...just more of everything that they personified! Emma Hart delivers another story full of family shenanigans to go right along with the steam she creates between her hero and heroine. I highly recommend Four Day Fling for a destination wedding and whirlwind romance that will keep you laughing long into the night. Emma never fails to bring the laughter and warmth in every story that she pens and leave you breathlessly waiting for more of her characters and the fun that surrounds them.
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  • Kimberly Givan
    January 1, 1970
    Move on from Noelle Bond!It seems the author is stuck in regurgitating characters that are carbon copies of Noelle. I didn't mind the snark with Ms. Bond, but now it is tired and annoying. Poppy is a brat, or quite frankly, another B word. She's not funny, not cute, she's absolutely mean and vicious. What happened to the shy girl at the beginning? She practically begged Adam to help her, and do you think she was nice to him? Not at all. She didn't waste a second turning on him and being a B with Move on from Noelle Bond!It seems the author is stuck in regurgitating characters that are carbon copies of Noelle. I didn't mind the snark with Ms. Bond, but now it is tired and annoying. Poppy is a brat, or quite frankly, another B word. She's not funny, not cute, she's absolutely mean and vicious. What happened to the shy girl at the beginning? She practically begged Adam to help her, and do you think she was nice to him? Not at all. She didn't waste a second turning on him and being a B with her attitude. I wanted him to run! Get the heck away from the train wreck. The poor guy didn't even get the sex he was promised! The guy was clearly a masochist. The nightmare wants to runaway? Let her! She's an idiot, and awful, don't chase that! They were obviously on different maturity levels, which isn't a surprise considering she is 24 and he is nearly 29.The wedding was ridiculous. Who let's their mother terrorize them like that?! There was not a single laugh in this tragedy. The editing! Who did it? Fire them immediately. Missing words, wrong pronouns, British descriptors where this was clearly in America. The author renames (last) her H for half a chapter! So much of the dialogue was scattered, I had no idea what they were talking about.A few things for the author to consider: 1) No more Harry Potter references. It does not need to be in every book. 2) All female characters do not need to be clumsy. 3). Please move on from the overly snarky Noelle Bond personas. I'm not sure if I will pick up her next book, I've been disappointed by the last offerings.
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  • Avidez Literaria
    January 1, 1970
    “On paper, Poppy Dunn was nothing more than a beautiful stranger. In reality, Poppy Dunn was a walking daydream with the allure of the Devil." Imagine all the bizarre situations you can. Well, most of them have happened to the clumsy Poppy. From the boyfriend who betrayed her with her twenty-seven-year-old cousin to the fourth-grade fight that ends with her skirt lifted and Barbie's panties popping up.The embarrassing situations do not seem to stop chasing her. And to invite a mysterious and hot “On paper, Poppy Dunn was nothing more than a beautiful stranger. In reality, Poppy Dunn was a walking daydream with the allure of the Devil." Imagine all the bizarre situations you can. Well, most of them have happened to the clumsy Poppy. From the boyfriend who betrayed her with her twenty-seven-year-old cousin to the fourth-grade fight that ends with her skirt lifted and Barbie's panties popping up.The embarrassing situations do not seem to stop chasing her. And to invite a mysterious and hot boy to be her date at her sister's wedding, for four days of family madness and sex without commitment is the harbinger of many laughs.There are not many surprises on the plot. The strong point of it is humor. Hockey, strawberries, chickens, sarcasm and beach. It seems the recipe for failure, but they are the ingredients of success. The author mixes the most varied elements and manages to combine them in an original and fun way.In the midst of all the confusion that the family of Poppy causes, we see the unfolding of the relationship between Poppy and Adam, which happens in a light, fun and natural way. But it has an expiration date.The book is narrated by Poppy, but with some chapters narrated by Adam, which adds an interesting balance. A light and cliché plot, ideal to leave the hangover and recommended to all lovers of sweets novels and full of cuteness.**ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review**https://avidezliteraria.wordpress.com/
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