Seduced by Sunday
She swore off love forever…but he just might change her mind.
The sixth sweet, thrilling book in the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling Weekday Brides series from Catherine Bybee.
Meg Rosenthal: Matchmaker by day, realist by night, Meg is not about to get swept away by a charming, darkly handsome businessman in a designer suit. She’s come to a...more
I have been wanting Meg's story for awhile now and was so very excited to find out that her's would finally be told and what a story!
I loved this. I loved the instant sparks (not insta-love) and Val and Meg were just..magical ...more
If you are looking for a fabulous contempory romance series and haven’t read Catherine Bybee’s bride series, I am here to say, you are in for a treat with this series!
Ms. Bybee’s bride series is still going strong and Seduced by Sunday, book 6, is a stunning example of this. Although this book could be read as a standalone, characters from previous books become the leading characters in following books (and so an and so forth). Readers will appreciate things more if they are read in orde ...more
As a die-hard Catherine Bybee fan, I was eagerly awaiting the 6th book in the Weekday Bride series. I was so excited, that when I was able to get my hands on an advanced copy through Netgalley, I squealed like a little girl. Unfortunately, this book did not live up to my expectations. Ms. Bybee is one of my favorite contemporary romance writers. I know with certainty that her characters have a slow build up to love, and is either followed by or pre-ceded by a marriage of convenience. This b ...more
Catherine Bybee has this crazy and unique ability to make you feel like you are apart of the story and that you actually know these characters. I haven't found ...more
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I loved how strong Meg was. She is independent, smart and brave. I loved her banter with Val and that he never ...more
I am not sure how first stumbled across the Weekday Brides series, but I am glad I did and have enjoyed every book I have read so far.
And Seduced by Sunday is no exception.
I love this series about the women of Alliance and the men that steal their hearts.
First impressions are so important - and Meg's first impression is that Val is an ass. An ass he may be, but he is a hot and sexy ass!
And Meg is a pain in Val's arse - one that he can't stop thinking about.
Oh how I love this pair. Fro ...more
Loved this story!! At first I was a little concerned about the number of characters and being able to remember who was who.
But once I got into the story it all started to flow. Love Meg and Val, two great people who weren't looking for a serious relationship but found one! This book gives you love with a mix of mystery and crime!
The last few chapters had me dying to find out how the story was going to end! Great book to add to your summer list! I give it 4-1/2 stars!
Meg Rosenthal is a matchmaker who works for Alliance, a company that sets up matches and marriages that make the public believe in an optical illusion. She is always looking for places her clients can get away from the prying eyes of the public and recently heard about an island off the Florida coast.
Sapore de Amore is owned by Valentino Masini, ...more
One of the reasons I love reading Catherine Bybee's Weekday Brides Series is because I get the romance I crave with an element of suspense that I love.
Margaret “Meg” Rosenthal is the newest matchmaker for Alliance. While attending the wedding of a client, she hears about the uber private island resort of Sapore di Amore, located in the Florida Keys. The resort is so private that in order to even become a guest, you have to be cleared by having a ba ...more
I enjoyed the first part when the heroine and hero discovered and mistrusted each other, despite being strongly attracted. Once they gave in to the attraction and teamed together to discover what happened and who was the bad guy, it felt less interesting and the sw ...more
In this installment of the Weekday Bride series, Meg is jetting off to an exclusive island where the very rich and very private like to vacation out of the prying eyes of the public. She is there both on business and as a favor to her dear frien ...more
I enjoyed this story it was fun and entertaining. The heroine was great, she had a great personality and didn't have any secret deep dark issues. She was smart and witty. The hero was a hot sexy Italian dressed in a suit. He also had a great personality and didn't have any deep dark issues. A nice change. The chemistry and attraction between the two felt real and genuine, not forced or fake. There is a nicely written sex sce ...more
Lastly, I am one of those readers who reads everything….from the dedication (my favorite page) to the last page. At the end I was touched by the reminders ...more
Meg and Michael check out an exclusive, very private resort island in the Caribbean in part to see if Michael could find a place where he could truly be himself. Meg and Val, the island's owner, rub each other wrong from the start. Meg has asthma which plays a role in the story. Michael's story continues in this book.
This book is packed with problem solving. Who is taking photos on the island where most electronics are forbidden? Why are they being taken? Why ...more
Seriously, I think this is my favorite contemporary book by Catherine. My favs are still the time travel series!
I always love this series for sweetness and the HEA. Can't wait for the new & last installment. I wish there were more but at same time I like that she's finishing it off I hope she does more like this series though. ...more
USA Today Bestselling Author
#1 Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author
Amazon #1 Bestselling Author
#1 IndieReader Bestselling Author
RONE Award Winner 2012
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RONE award Winner 2013
Not Quite Enough
Winner of the More Than Magic Award for Paranormal romance 2011
Finalist RT Award in Contemporary Romance
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