The Finn Factor series was a cracker of a series, told via single and multiple 3rd POV and every single book was a standout. Slowly over eight books we were introduced to a huge chunk of the irresistible Finn family members and a variety of Wayne family members (including Thoreau, Austen and Bronte). The rest of the Wayne family was unveiled in Lawless, when Solomon and Hugo finally got their act together.
Not one to rest on her laurels, R.G Alexander did it again with her Finn's Pub spinoff, the first book, One night at Finn's, set the bar for what is undoubtedly a terrific series. Thanks to the Finn's Pub romance series, we were introduced to a whole new gaggle of characters starting with the romance advice columnist JD Green and his massive family of adopted brothers ( which included the larger than life pilot Royal) and retired-Marine Carter Willis, who sweeps JD off his feet.
Now there's book 2, Two weeks and a Day which sees, a reappearance of both Royal ( JD's adopted brother) and Austen ( Hugo Wayne's sister) and the introduction of Royal's best friend Brendan and Millar, Austen's BFF. IN this book, both couples get their HEA, though the road is somewhat rockier for our heroes, Brendan and Millar. Add in Fred, the snarky, super smart fifteen year old, Royal & Austen, and Heather and Diane, Millar's meddling lesbian neighbours and Millar and Brendan's boat was always sunk.
As like the 1st Finn's Pub book, this one is also told 1st POV, this time from Millar's perspective, Two Weeks and a Day is a sexy, fun, light-hearted romp about best friends who finally take that extra step.
If you’re a fan of the Finn Factor series, Finn's Pub Romance series is a fabulous, witty, smoking hot sexy series that you’re definitely going to want more, more, more of. Absolutely Highly recommended reading.