Six Weeks by Nan Comargue

Six Weeks by Nan Comargue
Publisher: Totally Entwined
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

Jaya’s relationships never last more than six weeks. Austen wants to be her forever.

Six weeks is the outer limit for one of Jaya’s relationships. When men find out there is no future with her, they tend not to stick around for long.

She’s gotten into the habit of leaning on her cousin Austen to get over each breakup. Who better? Austen is six feet three of solid sympathy. Both adopted into the same extended family at young ages, they’ve been friends their whole lives, with a mutual taste for good food and expensive whisky. But when Jaya takes her latest failed romance to him, Austen makes it clear his interest in her is far from cousinly.

“Think about me,” Austen tells her, and Jaya starts to do just that. No doubt, Austen is incredibly attractive, and she can’t say she’s not curious to find out what he’s like in bed, but can their bond survive this new test?

Why not Austen?

I love the work of Nan Comargue and this book was no different. The second I picked it up, I was immersed in Jaya and Austen’s world. The writing flew along at a great pace and the characters are interesting. I loved it.

Jaya tends to lose people through no fault of her own and her issues with that tend to color her relationships. She needs comfort and stable. She needs someone who won’t leave and won’t give up. She’s relatable because she’s someone you could know. I know people like her and I felt for her. Then there’s Austen. He’s the quintessential romance hero. He’s there, he’s understanding and he’s solid. He’s the one Jaya should love. But they were adopted and are cousins, but not by blood. That’s a complication that could make or break the relationship.

I loved seeing these characters, who were already close, get closer and find their common ground. It’s sweet, hot and great.

If you’re looking for a book that’s not your standard romance, has relatable characters and is so much fun to read, then this is the book for you.

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