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The pain was sharp and deep, but it was nothing compared to the anguish in Xavier's eyes. I wanted to tell him I would be okay, but the words wouldn't come. The pain kept them at bay and even if I could have spoken, I knew the words would be a lie. Kerry Cote has a pretty normal life for a teenager. Of course normal is a relative term. Her sister dates a vampire and her boThe pain was sharp and deep, but it was nothing compared to the anguish in Xavier's eyes. I wanted to tell him I would be okay, but the words wouldn't come. The pain kept them at bay and even if I could have spoken, I knew the words would be a lie. Kerry Cote has a pretty normal life for a teenager. Of course normal is a relative term. Her sister dates a vampire and her boyfriend turns furry once a month, but that's not the problem. It isn't until she meets the father of the man she loves that her whole existence narrows to a mere seven days....

Title : Seven Days
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ISBN : 2940012812773
Format Type : Nook
Number of Pages : 132 Pages
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Seven Days Reviews

  • Emily
    2019-04-07 16:13

    I really do love this series, but it really is reminding me a lot about twilight.And I didn't really like that the author started out this book with Kerry's point of view. I thought it was kinda a big thing since the first two books were in Mairin's point of view. But I kinda like seeing Kerry's pov because she can actually see the love that Mathias has for Mairin. Plus, we can see into Xavier's life. Gosh. Lane! How could he! He's evil. It's his own fault that Dorothy doesn't love him. Maybe if he was nicer, they would've still been friends, but nooo. He had to just go and do that thing he did. I really love Xavier and Kerry's romance. Though, I think it was a bit too fast. Like Mairin and Mathias's romance too. It was way too fast. But I really loved that line where Mairin was watching Ian looking at Kerry with love in his eyes. I'm not sure it was in this book though, since Mairin was looking at him.I am so glad that Kerry didn't turn into one of them. I mean, I kinda thought it would be a bit cool. But I wouldn't want to be one.Overall, I did enjoy this book a lot! I'm really hoping the next two will be better though! 4 Stars!

  • Jen
    2019-04-16 22:33

    I have to say, this was probably the best of the series, so far. I LOVE Kerry and Xavier! I think it was a nice change in the story to do this one in Kerry's POV. The book starts off a little after the last book. Xavier and Kerry are happy as can be, we still don't get the story about how they got together, other than the "look" they did in the first book, but we're over that now :) Xavier is taking Kerry to Florida to meet his parents for his 17th birthday. Xavier has had a good life growing up. His mom and dad love him very much, and they're very much in love with each other. But when Xavier was 7, he was attacked by the were-panther. His mom knew he needed more, so he stayed with his Grandma, while his mom and dad went back to Florida. But that was probably the best thing that they could have done for him. because he has grown into the wonderful young man he is today. Now as the head of the Pride in East Hampton, and now with Kerry by his side. Kerry was nervous meeting Xavier’s parents. But her sister Marian reassured her that Xavier wouldn't be bringing her to meet them if he didn't think she was worthy of it.. So when the plane landed, and Dot (Xavier’s mom) opened her arms up to Kerry, she couldn't help but feel like she just got home. Things were going great at the birthday party, until one drunk guy walked up the house. Dot and Tyler did their best to shield this stranger away from Xavier, but that wasn't going to happen with his were-panther hearing. Xavier decided to listen to this man.. this man who claims to be his biological father. But that didn't mean anything to Xavier. Because he had a father. Tyler was a great man, and was there throughout Xavier’s life. And he didn't want it any other way. Lane wasn't too happy with the way Xavier took to the news about having a new father.. in fact, he was downright pissed off! Back in New Hampton, things are starting to get a little crazy again. This time it's not a vampire out killing people. But Xavier, head of the pack, knows that it is a were that is killing.. and it's his job to find out who. But Kerry already knows who… Find out, how  Like I said, I liked this story a lot! It was cute. sure very predictable, but it was still worth the read :)

  • Lynelle Clark
    2019-03-29 22:06

    The story continues with the emphasis more on Xavier and Kerry. Their love growing amidst uncertainty and turmoil of jealousy, fear and the threat of change in her life. Mairin and Matthias are in the back ground as guards, always close. We are introduced to Lane a werepanther with a revenge against Dorothy, Xavier’s mother. The strong characters of Xavier and Kerry coming alive to make this a good read. I really enjoyed this part more then the others so far. For its simplicity and depth making it more believable. The story is growing and now I am wondering what will happen next. For the first time really looking forward to the next book.

  • Victoria Bright
    2019-03-22 18:13

    Omg!! As a person who can not stand Twilight in any form, I absolutely love the Highland Home series. Although it took me a while to finish (writing my own novel), I was easily pulled in from where I left off. I'm glad she didn't focus this series completely on Mairin and Mathias, but also let us get a glimpse into the lives of Kerry and Xavier. As I got to the middle, I was pretty much on the edge of my seat waiting to see the fate of one if the characters. All in all, I loved this book and would highly recommend it!!

  • Lisa Cox
    2019-03-31 16:05

    I received all 5 books in the series for winning a contest on a book blog.I read all 5 books in one night as I couldn't put them down!If you're a fan of vampires, shifters... heck, paranormal in itself, Irecommend this book (series).The characters were well written. The story grabbed you from the start and kept you involved and entertained. Yes, I would recommend reading them in order as it's hard to follow otherwise. This is the third book in the Highland Home series.

  • Rosie Amber
    2019-04-04 23:28

    I started reading this and then realised it was the third book in the series so I had a bit of a reading fest. (Well it was raining outside!) Quickly read the second book , then got back to this one. Again very good, borders on Twilight and I expect will get lots more comparisons between the two, but I think it can hold it's own corner.

  • Shari Richardson
    2019-04-05 22:17