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Three Days to Forget by Dulcie Dameron: Book Review

  *Book received for consideration. All thoughts are my own.






A three-day romance in Lake Tahoe with a perfect stranger.
Zero Promises. Only Kisses.
What could possibly go wrong?

Felicity Hartford is a workaholic single mom who refuses to take time out for herself. But when her two meddling besties decide to take her hostage and force her to accompany them to the slopes for a girls’ weekend away, she has no choice but to go along with their plan.

Alden Beaumont, a famous snowboarder, skateboarder, and two-time gold medalist, is still recovering from the fallout of a bogus lawsuit with his ex, which left his public image in tatters. After deciding to hire a PR agent to rework his image in time for a big competition, he takes a time-out at his family’s lodge in Lake Tahoe. But rescuing the woman of his dreams on the ski lift wasn’t at all in his plans.

And Felicity has rules. Only three days. Only kissing. No last names. No exchanging phone numbers when it’s over.

Given little choice but to agree, Alden soaks up his three days with the woman he’s sure he’s falling for, promising himself he’ll scour the entire country to find her when the mess with his reputation is over.

It’s only when he returns to real life on Monday and meets the new PR agent that he realizes he won’t need to look very far after all. If only she wasn’t pretending they’d never met.

**Three Days to Forget is a sweet, reverse age-gap, quick-burn winter romance with all cozy vibes you crave. Think roaring fires, a hot snowboarder, sizzling kisses, finished off with workplace tension that’s sure to keep you up at night.**

Dulcie is a wife and mama fulfilling her calling in the most picturesque small town anyone's ever seen. She writes stories that are full of charm and grace, sprinkling a little romance into the world around her. You can find her online at www.dulciedameron.com or on Instagram as @dulciedameron


Oh my goodness, what a fantastic read this was! 

Right from the beginning, I was drawn into this story. Felicity and AJ meet at his family's lodge, where she is having a girls' weekend away. They are instantly drawn to each other, but she has no desires to be in a relationship with anyone... so instead they agree to three days of enjoying each other's company... no last names, no personal information, no strings. But when she returns to work after the weekend to discover he's her new client--- all those personal details they'd kept secret start to come out. And I loved every minute of it. 

AJ was such a fantastic character. I love that he was both persistent and still respectful. He made it very clear what he wanted and didn't give up on Felicity... but he also wasn't pushy and respected the boundaries she set in place for them. And the way he was with Lyric!? Oh my goodness... he was the absolute sweetest and I loved each of their interactions! Yes, the romance was absolutely great, and I loved all those swoon-worthy moments, but I think it was definitely seeing that relationship form that took this one to the next level for me. If you're looking for a wonderful winter read, this is one not to be missed. 

Three Days to Forget is a closed-door romance with kisses only and no language. 



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