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Four Weeks Till Forever

(The Pryce Family #1)

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3.75  ·  Rating details ·  4,514 ratings  ·  333 reviews
Curvaceous beauty Hilary Rosenberg doesn't believe in love. She only goes out with nice guys who won't expect passionate romance--until a notorious womanizer demands she repay a favor with four weeks of counterfeit dates.

Billionaire playboy Mark Pryce doesn't do relationships. In fact, he's never been with the same woman for more than three months. But when his matchmaking
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Kindle Edition, 302 pages
Published July 16th 2014 by Four Isles Press
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Emer (A Little Haze)
An episode of Jeremy Kyle has nothing on the lives of the people in this train wreck! I thought this would be kinda cute but dear god was it anything but. Not one redeeming feature. Can I give it less than one star???
Amelia
What an outstandingly stupid story. Writing tedious junk like this and calling yourself an author is like making something from a box that said Betty Crocker on it and calling yourself a pastry chef, what with the formulaic/cookie-cutter plot that a computer could write.

***SPOILERS AHEAD ETC ETC***

Meet the characters:

Mark - generic romance novel billionaire. Why authors think a fancy credit card is the most appealing thing possible about a man and negates the need to actually give him a persona
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Alaina
Most definitely started this series out of order. No regrets either.

Four Weeks Till Forever was really cute. One, I loved Hilary and Mark. Two, those twig bitches who were making fun of how 'curvy' Hilary was in the bathroom are god awful. Three, I definitely need coffee before I fall asleep while trying to read books today.

Last one was completely random but hot damn - I need coffee people!

Back to the book, I loved these two together. Since I already knew that they were a couple because I went
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Jennifer
ARC received for review

2.5 stars

New Year's Resolution - make a dent in the old ARC pile

Meh. That's really all I can say. It was just okay. Nothing extra, just meh.
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CeCe
3.5 Stars

This was a nice read. The heroine comes from a family that I can only describe as people you would see on Jerry Springer. However, the heroine is nothing like her family and wants to make something of herself and not be seen as "white trash". Great characters, great hero. I do love a man who pines. *wink* The story moved at a nice pace. My only complaint was that the author pointed out the heroine's curves and hourglass figure every other page. I got it the first time what the heroine l
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Lu Bielefeld
Nothing held my interest, so I found this book on my Kindle and the story despite predictable hooked my attention.
Our heroine with a family full of problems and a mother who died of a drug overdose attempts a better life for her and that is different than her family chose.
Hero despite lots of money has a family completely fucked up and full of problems.
She is not one of the Barbie dolls that he's used to date. He is a playboy and womanizer who's not dating the same woman more than 3 months.
Two d
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Deborah


I don't think either Hilary or Mark realise the extent that the life they are both living is a direct result of their parents. Hilary's mother lost herself over a man and added to the sordid family history and Hilary is determined not to repeat her mother's mistake, she has a great job and works incredibly hard, she's dating a nice steady doctor and while some might think of him as boring Hilary thinks of him as safe. Mark grew up in a family where his father had all the power and all the women
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DJ Sakata
My Rating:

4.5

Favorite Quote:

“God must’ve been in a really good mood when Mark had been conceived. Grossly unfair, but such was life.”

My Review:

I adore Nadia Lee’s books. She almost makes me believe that rich men can be adorable, and can be capable of indulging and loving women that are independent, less than perfect, and not of their social class. And of course they are all successful, well educated, handsome, well endowed, toned, and talented in bed. Alas, I think we need to change the genre to
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Kathy Davie
Sep 11, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance
First in The Pryce Family romance series about a billionaire family and their friends.

This was part of a bulk freebie package for which I cannot find the original email.

My Take
Oh, this was a sweet one, and Lee did a good job of making Mark's desire for Hilary realistic. It was interesting to see that both Mark and Hilary had the same hangup about what they inherited from their respective families. And in both cases, there was one big bad apple!

My only niggle in this story was that there wasn't m
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atomickitten
1.5 very generously rounded up to 2 stars

This book had a lot of potential but it was somehow buried under a lot of dumb and unnecessary drama, nimd-numbing stupidity of all characters, lack of any depth or maturity. Plus, when it comes to the story line, I think I can say with total confidence that me growing ear wings and flying like Dumbo is a more realistic idea than what actually happened in this book.
So, yeah, that wasn't my cuppa.
Maybe I'll try sth else from this author because I loved th
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Christina Reed
Dec 05, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is the first book I've read by Nadia Lee, and I have to say I really enjoyed it. I got an advanced copy of Four Weeks Till Forever, but the title was changed to The Billionaire's Counterfeit Girlfriend after. The title change was a good thing because it matched the premise of the book much better. Mark Pryce needs a date to his family's Fourth of July picnic because he doesn't want to be set up by his mom. Hilary Rosenberg, his best friend's administrative assistant, is the perfect choice. ...more
Jackie
Hilary Rosenberg and Mark Pryce come from families whose members would feel right at home as guests on shows like Jerry Springer.

Hilary is of course from the poor side of town and would be considered white trash for lack of a better choice of phrase. Having worked hard to leave her embarrassing past behind she has spent later years presenting herself in a respectable manner, down to her choice of men to date. Men who have no power to hurt her as they are basically a way to kill time rather than
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Lexy
Aug 10, 2018 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I thought the billionaires counterfeit girlfriend was a drama-filled book with a love triangle in it and overall I loved the book.
Nina
Jan 03, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
sweet
Rach Lawrence
Mar 26, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2015
The Billionaire’s Counterfeit Girlfriend is a mildly entertaining romance between Hilary Rosenberg, a curvy woman with an interesting past, and Mark Pryce, a billionaire with relationship issues. Mark is known for leaving all of his girlfriends before three months are up, earning them the nickname “Quarterly Girls.” Hilary has relationship issues stemming from her parents’ sordid history and a cousin who is also her half-sister. She tries to play it safe in love and take the sure bet so she won’ ...more
Mackenzie
Hilary Rosenberg has risen from her really messed up childhood background and has worked hard to make something of herself. Currently, she works as an executive assistant to a top executive, Gavin. Gavin's best friend, Mark Pryce, has had his eye on Hilary, she isn't exactly "his type" so he's dated other women whom he knows he won't have too deep feelings for. His reputation tells everyone he's a playboy and even the women he has dated are dubbed the Quarterly Girls as that is usually as long a ...more
Gaufre
Okay and pretty generic. The end is a bit of a cop-out (billionaire makes grand gestures but they never, you know, talk about their problem). But I enjoyed it. I don't know why. ...more
Kooky
Sep 28, 2014 rated it really liked it
Mark is renown playboy, getting a rep for his 'quarterly women'. His stick thin, false boob, boring women soon get boring for him and he just moves on to the next one. Hilary wants security, a man in a good job, who cares if that man isn't exciting? You don't need you heart to go boom or your body to crave the love of another to be happy...... or so she tells herself. To separate herself from her past, from her family reputation, she can't have anything to do with Mark, he's no good for her and ...more
LaFleurBleue
I did not like this book exactly as much as the previous I read.
In this specific book, I was put off by two things. First the heroine was extremely successful on a professional plan - being a successful and very demanded executive assistant. And she succeeded there, despite her family environment. However toxic and detrimental to her well-being and self-confidence her family environment was, she not only never really cut the bridge but moreover still lived with her aunt. Hilary was 37-38 years
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Book Lovers' Nook
Jul 06, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4.5

Four Weeks Till Forever


Reading this book made my Fourth of July bearable. The book was more exciting than my actual weekend. Hehe

I liked the fast paced story. I honestly didn't get bored. It was a bonus that Mark was exceptionally handsome for the author to have described him as God being in a good mood when he was conceived. It was really nice for Nadia to incorporate a bit of a fairy tale like the Ailing Beauty, hehe. I also liked the way Mark appreciated Hilary's appetite. For food, what
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**Elle**Bee**Double U**
Dec 13, 2015 rated it did not like it
Shelves: m-b-illionaire
I don't even know where to start with this story. But I will say I'm glad I got this book for free instead of paying 4.99!

This story had SO much potential but it just feel flat for me. The female lead in this story is so hung up on who her family is what a Rosenberg deserves and doesn't. She's so convinced that if she dates males who are safe and don't stir a passion in her she won't turn out anything like her mother, aunt, or cousin.
I swear every time I turned the page she was always putting he
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Sara
Apr 16, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: kindle
3.5 stars
Well damn... it was a hot, sweet, frustrating and emotional read. I actually liked Mark. He was really sweet and caring. Hilary was frustrating. I wanted to throttle her most of the time. Bebe was pure evil and totally crazy! I couldn't believe how sick she was! She made me murderous! Really! Made me want to kill her with my own hands, starting by ripping her hair off her head.
Hilary's Aunt was probably as crazy as Bebe. Like mother, like daughter is right in this case. Probably the d
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Megan
This was more 3.5 stars but as we can't do half stars I'll put it as 4 as its more 4 than 3. I will say I've read a few of Nadia Lee's books recently and if this had been the first book I'd read I don't think I'd have continued. She seems to have her books in the same world but not the same series so they all link but not that you can tell aside from this series obviously. Its fine like that but in some cases you don't know if you're skipping or jumping books and I guess could be potential spoil ...more
Helen Dempsey
Jan 02, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Outrageously Romantic

One Pryce book down now to read the rest.... the books is that good. The things real men do when their madly in love 😂 ( with tonnes of money)
Victoria
Sep 12, 2017 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
2.5 stars
I was in a deep slump and managed to find this for free on my kindle and to be quite honest, it’s what I was expecting.
Again, each main character was underdeveloped and this time the plot wasn’t enough for me to continue to be interested.
However, that woman and her anger. Wooooo, and the cousin. I would’ve smacked them both.
It ended quite abruptly - (view spoiler)
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Miriam
May 14, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"Nobody can choose how they were born and raised, but everyone can choose how they're going to live." - Josephine (ARC, Loc 1410)


Hilary's best friend Josephine hit the nail on the head when she said that to Mark. Neither Hilary nor Mark had pleasant family history, but only one of them strove to not let that history define them and it wasn't Mark.

Hilary's hangups were understandable given her own...colorful family. She didn't want what her family defined as normal. She wanted a monotonous relati
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Carina
Honestly, this felt a bit like two books mashed together and I am not sure what to make of that exactly.

So, this book is one of a series - a trend I have somewhat noticed in chick-lit/romance books (get a family and dedicate each book to one sibling) but definitely feels self contained as the other siblings are very much side characters. We have our handsome, attractive and rich leading man (now this may go against chick-lit rules but maybe once can we have a leading man who isn't the sexiest/ha
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Jennifer
This book was well written enough, but it needed some more development. If I was rating it based on my expectations, then it would receive a higher rating since I wasn't expecting much. This is the run of the mill billionaire story. You have a commitment phobic H. Then there's the fesity, curvaceous and so-not-his-type h. He wants to avoid being set up with someone he doesn't like or worse yet, is indifferent to, so he convinces the h to be his fake girlfriend.

As I've stated in other reviews, I
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Paula Legate
This was a good book. Hilary had a rough childhood, and worked really hard to better herself. Her cousin thought she was a snob, and didn't understand why Hilary was not content with the lifestyle that the two grew up in. She tried her very best to pull Hilary down to her level. There were times I just wanted to shake her cousin. People didn't have nice things to say when they spoke of Hilary's family.

Marks parents has been unhappy for many years, but are still married. His parents are rich, bu
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Julie

Check out my other reviews at Little Miss Bookmark!


I'm just going to hop right in here and get started ... no weirdo analogies this time! I was really excited about this one and for me, it fell a little flat. It's not that it wasn't good ... it was ... it just wasn't great. The novel felt a little shallow. Not shallow like a person who is self absorbed but shallow as in it didn't really have any depth. I guess that I wish it was more gritty. This chick (Hilary) is going through a horrible time!
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