Seven days. Fifteen dates with fifteen different people. One friendly competition between best friends (who are definitely not dating each other).
Peyton Abernathy wants to get married, and she’s ready to do something drastic about it. Like getting over her fear of making bad choices. She wants someone responsible, adventurous, resourceful, and inspiring. Someone who feels like peace and acceptance and home.
Someone exactly like her best friend, Max Peyton.
Except not Max.
Because that one time a year ago when she accidentally almost kissed him, he said he loved her like a sister. Like a sister. So yeah, she isn’t about to fall for her best friend. (Again.) Besides, Max doesn’t want to get married to anyone. Ever. Sure, it could’ve been the effects of his last relationship talking, but she is fairly sure he means it.
That’s okay, because she has a plan to find her perfect man. She and Max both need dates for a friend’s wedding, so she talks Max into a little competition to see who can go on the highest number of dates, each with a different person, all within the span of one week. And by the end, each of them will ask their favorite to be their date at the wedding.
It’s a brilliant plan; she’s sure of it. Seven days and those perfect wedding dates will hopefully turn into happily ever afters for both of them.
Her plan is so good, it’s practically foolproof.