One Week Girlfriend - Monica  Murphy Other reviews at The Book Babe's Reads.Due to copy and paste, formatting has been lost.To tell you the truth, One Week Girlfriend wasn't as good as I expected it to be. At first I was all like, "yeah, Drew and Fable will be great together!" but the more I got into the story, well, the more I realized that they really weren't. Their chemistry was fairly good, but I didn't really get the "love" vibe. It was only cemented by the spoilerish thing that I shall not reveal....*SPOILER* Drew runs off by himself to "deal" without really saying anything to Fable. *SPOILER END*I know. I said I wouldn't reveal it, but it was dremain to my predicament. You see, I didn't really fall for them as a couple. They were okay, but I think they could have been more. I think that One Week Girlfriend was one of those new adult books where there could be sweet romance, but it's bogged down by way too much drama. I can't barely read a NA book without there being some instance of rape or molestation, and well, it's starting to get on my nerves. Sometimes, I just want a cute, innocent romance, which I clearly will never find in the NA genre. But anyway, I'm going to move on before I get ranty.Fable was really tough and honest, but sometimes I just found her to be kind of annoying. There's got to be some way to break through the exterior, right? Wrong. I'm pretty sure that Drew didn't even manage to break through. But that's alright, because guess what? She didn't break through his either. They were both locked up so tight that it's a wonder that anything came out. It seemed like they profound mistrust in each other, and by that spoiler up there, well, it's not unfounded. They both do untrustworthy things. Honestly, that ending was such crap. I feel terrible saying that, but it was.Honestly, One Week Girlfriend just wasn't the book for me. But if it sounds like you'll like it, I say give it a shot.