Book Review: Two Week Deal by Syrie James


Title: Two Week Deal

By: Syrie James

Genre: Romance

Pages: 227

Release Date: October 31st, 2021

Rating: ★★★★★


Summary from Goodreads:

It’s just business. Or madness!

A fiercely independent graphic artist gets the opportunity of a lifetime working with the headstrong owner of an advertising agency. But can business and pleasure mix?

At a holiday mixer on a cold winter's eve in December 1987, freelance graphic artist Kelli Ann Harrison gets an unexpected job offer that throws all her plans into disarray. She came to South Lake Tahoe to oversee the final phase of construction on her brother's glamorous vacation house and hoped to get in a little skiing on the side.

But when Grant Pembroke, a smart, attractive, take-charge advertising executive invites her to team up with him for two weeks on an ad campaign for a local casino, it's a proposition that's too exciting to refuse.

Professionally, they make a wonderful team. But privately their strong personalities clash, a situation further complicated by the high-voltage charge that sizzles between them. Is this two-week deal business ... or madness? If Kelli and Grant play their cards right, can a whirlwind love affair last forever?

This novel can be read as a standalone … or enjoy the series!

Newly revised edition, previously published as Propositions and The Sky's the Limit.


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Again, Syrie James has created an enjoyable story of whirlwind love.

I fell in love with Kelli and Grant in this wonderful blast from the past story of love and ambition. Kelli has an eye for art and advertising, but also a keen sense when someone is a blatant a terrible person. Grant has ambition and a company to run, but is quickly losing ground to his competitor.

In a chance happening, Kelli and Grant meet in an elevator and through a series of strange circumstances, they end up working together on an add campaign for a casino. Of course they are attracted to each other, and that is only made worse when a snow storm makes the roads impassable. Focusing on work becomes increasingly difficult. 

I think Kelli and Grant really work well together. They are both headstrong and know what they want, but also have the ability to see the other side of the argument and make concessions for the greater good of the project. The whole story line is fun and sexy, flowing with a wonderful pace. I really loved this book and have nothing to complain about. A must read before winter is over. 

Received a copy from the author in exchange for a fair review.

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