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Peek Inside Weekend Agreement

Cynical billionaire Daniel Martinetti works hard, plays harder, and has one ironclad rule. Never trust a woman. Like every other woman in Daniel’s life, Charlotte Doherty wants something from him–the deed to her family farm. Daniel agrees, but only if he gets Charlotte’s company for the weekend. Desperate to keep her family's history alive, Charlotte accepts Daniel’s indecent proposal, but with conditions. Noflirting. No kissing. No sex. But one weekend with Charlotte leaves Daniel hungering for more, and he can’t help wondering if she could be the exception to his unbreakable rule...

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Some deals were meant to be broken…

Cynical billionaire Daniel Martinetti works hard; plays harder and has one ironclad rule. Never trust a woman. Bad news for historian Charlotte Doherty who shows up at exactly the wrong time. Like every other woman in Daniel’s life, Charlotte wants something from him–the deed to her family farm. Daniel agrees, but only if he gets something in return: Charlotte’s company for the weekend!

The property is Charlotte’s only link to the mother she never knew. Desperate to keep her history alive, she’ll accept Daniel’s indecent proposal, but not without a few terms of her own. Namely, a propriety clause. No flirting. No kissing. No sex.

Daniel has no intention of honoring her conditions, but after one weekend with Charlotte leaves him hungering for more, he can’t help wondering if she could be the exception to his unbreakable rule…

Praise

"I adored this book. My all time fave hero - the tortured brooding billionaire! " - NY Times Bestselling author, Jennifer Probst

Additional Details

ISBN: 9781622669042
Release Date: Mar 12, 2012
Page Count: 194
Imprint: indulgence
Genre: contemporary
Tropes: forced proximity

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By Stella March 23, 2012

I started reading Weekend Agreement late at night thinking I would read a couple of chapters and then go to sleep, but that's where I seriously misjudged Barbara Wallace's gripping writing, because I stayed up until the first hours of dawn as I wanted to know more about what will happen between C... ...more

By Jennifer May 07, 2012

I adored this book. My all time fave hero - the tortured brooding billionare! Pair him up with a strong, down to earth heroine and begin to watch the layers peel away. The characters are well fleshed out and the journey is satisfying, right to the tearful conclusion. Great stuff. Can't wait for W... ...more

By Cocktails and Books April 18, 2012

Professor Charlotte Doherty returns from a book tour to find her brother has sold her mother's childhood home to billionaire real estate investor, Daniel Moretti. Hoping to appeal to Daniel's sense of family, Charlotte visits his office, explains her circumstance and hopes he'll agree to sell the... ...more

By Penny April 02, 2012

Weekend Agreement by Barbara Wallace.

(How adorable is that cover?) I have read a few books by this author, and this is by far the best. I love how Wallace always includes a New England setting in her books, how she manages to create an understated heroine with backbone and resolve, who is also s... ...more

By Dalia November 06, 2012

Enjoyable read. The plot may be predictable but nonetheless entertaining. and what make it more engaging is the characters of Daniel & Charlotte. And Judy, Charlotte' friend, with her chatting & her animals' metaphors, is a welcome addition.
Charlotte is a history professor, she is an inte... ...more

By Sara May 07, 2012

What a delightful read! I downloaded this last night after dinner and finished it before I fell asleep. Granted I did stay up to finish it. For such a short book I was amazed by the character development and depth of each of them. I instantly fell in love with Daniel and Charlotte and couldn't wa... ...more

By Wendy July 07, 2012

I really enjoyed Weekend Agreement. The story moved. The characters and conflict were believable. I found myself rooting for Charlotte and Daniel and stayed up way later than planned to finish the book before I went to bed. Great job, Barbara! ...more

By _yay_ April 01, 2012

This copy was given to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Kindle Edition, published March 14th, 2012
Entangled Publishing

Historian Charlotte Doherty wasn’t aware of her brother selling the family farm. He did so without her consent, knowing full well she’d never agree. Charlotte... ...more

By Arlena May 17, 2012

Author: Barbara Wallace
Published by: Entangled Publishing
Age Recommend: Adult
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Raven Rating: 4
Blog Review For: GMTA
Review:

"Weekend Agreement" was a fabulous romantic well written read even though the plot seemed to be predictable... but still I like the novel.

The story was o... ...more

This review posted on Guilty Pleasures

Weekend Agreement is a light and easy read for an afternoon of romance. Charlotte Doherty is a history professor who seeks out Daniel Moretti to buy back her mother’s family farm that was sold without her knowledge. Daniel Moretti is a billionaire businessman... ...more

By Kelly February 12, 2015

Weekend Agreement caught me by surprise. I won a copy of the audio book by responding to a question in the author's email newsletter. I haven't had much success with the books I've won in giveaways before. They're usually not my thing. But I was in the mood for a sweet contemporary and that's exa... ...more

By Melody July 29, 2013

I loved this book so much. Everything about it is just great. I loved Charlotte so much, I loved that she's a professor it's nice to see a book depicting a professor as beautiful and young instead of the boring and dull stereotype, I liked how she was a bit sad and looking for hope trying to find... ...more

By Romancing the June 07, 2012

Posted on Romancing the Book's blog
Reviewed by JoAnne
Review Copy Provided by the Publisher

At only 115 pages a lot was packed into this story but it definitely could have been longer and had better closure although you were led to believe there was a happily ever after. The story ended very abrupt... ...more

By Michelle Christine November 17, 2012

"All my life I wished for one person, just obe, eho would care about me. I was so certain that no one ever would, I became a master at keeping the people in my world at arm's length. As long as I kept my distance, I couldn't be hurt. Problem was, I became so good at protecting myself from the fal... ...more

By Kristy August 06, 2012

This was a cute story. I enjoyed the ending when everything came together. I knew that stupid file was going to cause problems, and got annoyed every time it was mentioned. His mother was a piece of work, I love that Charlotte stood up to her.



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FAVORITE QUOTES


This quote to... ...more

By Rachel April 16, 2012

This was soooo good. I mostly read it on my plane ride home from the RT Convention in Chicago, and the man beside me found it worrisome how often I smiled, winced, and wiped my eyes at my book.

I do believe he found me odd.

Oh well, I absolutely *LOVED* this read. Daniel was one of the most endea... ...more

By Ella January 10, 2016

When I started this book I was getting over one of the bestest PNR series and so I was extremely uninterested and just reading so that I didn't pull out my hair, waiting for the next book part to release. However the more I went on the more I enjoyed the book. The plot isn't anything new or diffe... ...more

By Patricia February 11, 2015

How horrible never to know if someone likes you for who you are or what you have.
Charlotte meets with Daniel to try to buy her family farm back. He offers her a proposition. She could buy the farm back at cost if she accompanies him for a weekend event.
Time together is a learning experience on... ...more

By Victoria June 15, 2012

I loved this book. I loved that Daniel was such a clear Alpha, but his tenderness toward Charlotte was obvious. I loved that they came from different worlds-and while he was the rich, workaholic alpha, Charlotte was a strong, smart, educated woman. Neither had the upper hand. And in the end, he c... ...more

By Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe) April 14, 2012

3.5 stars

Quick, breezy read that kept me entertained as long as I didn't stop and analyze anything. I loved the fast pacing, and while I don't usually enjoy whirlwind romances, this one worked for me.

Full review soon at www.mangamaniaccafe.com ...more

easy predictable romantic read but I liked it ...more

By Yolanda July 17, 2014

I'll give it a 3.5. Not because I didn't like the story. but more because of how fast everything happened and the lack of detail in some areas. it was all and all a nice read ...more

By Elle (Ligia) June 29, 2012

*Happy sigh* What an amazing book. It totally lightened my mood in this rainy afternoon.

Charlotte Doherty is a history professor intent on keeping alive her history. Intent on holding on to the little she has left of her mother. The farm she grew up on. Once back from her book-promoting trip she... ...more

By Debbie June 20, 2012

Posted on Talk Supe

I am seriously in love with Entangled Publishings Indulgence contemporary series. I've read a few more from this line since I finished this book and I have yet to read one that that I've not liked. The premise of Weekend Agreement reminded me of The Marriage Bargain, in which... ...more

By Evie October 02, 2015

A proposition with a means to an end...

Daniel Moretti is a business man through and through. He doesn't beat around the bush, he chooses his prey, aims, and goes for the kill. Yup, that's Daniel for you.

Most view him as a cynic, not only in business matters but at heart as well. The thing is tha... ...more

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Barbara Wallace

About the author

Barbara Wallace

Barbara Wallace has been a life-long romantic and daydreamer so it’s not surprising she decided to become a writer at age eight. However, it wasn’t until a co-worker handed her a romance novel that she knew where her stories belonged. Her first Harlequin Romance debuted in November 2010. Barbara loves writing sweet, smart, ‘it-could-happen-to-you’ style romances. She lives in Massachusetts with her other loves – her husband, their teenage son, and three very spoiled pets (as if there could be any other kind). She also loves hearing from readers. You can find her at her website (www.barbarawallace.com), on Twitter (@BarbaraTWallace) and on Facebook.

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