Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Two Wedding Crashers by Meghan Quinn

REVIEWED BY 
Isa Jones 


Two Wedding Crashers by Meghan Quinn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I am so sorry this is my first ever read by Meghan Quinn, but I am planning on remedying that immediately and would love to read Three Blind Dates ASAP.

This book was an all rounded good story. It had laughter, drama, romance, passion and left me with a beautiful parting message.

I was seriously hooked from the very first page and enjoyed every dialogue immensely.

At the insistence of their respective friends, Beck and Rylee find themselves on a plane to Key West to crash a wedding...I know right, straight from the get go this is a hilarious idea and sets the tone for what develops from high up in the air. Unbeknown to Rylee, Beck has been watching her the whole time during their flight, she is suffering from the worst case of writers block and just can't seem to find the words to start her latest romance. Her editor is expecting greatness, so the pressure is truly on, however things (as in much of these cases) don't go at all to plan, Rylee ends up with a bad case of baby puke, no story and the stiffest of necks after her journey, she is desperate to get to her hotel, get rid of her soiled clothes and take a warm shower. One mistake by the front desk later, she is in a stranger's room, but desperate times call for desperate mesures and she is "desperate", she can be in and out of the shower and nobody will ever know she was ever there...yeah, last famous words.

Beck is just excited to be getting away for a few days with his best friends, never in a million years he expected to be completely fascinated by the woman a few roads ahead of him typing away and getting the biggest projectile vomiting in the history of pukes. Now destiny has put said woman in the middle of his room, naked and completely soaking from her shower, he first thinks he has the wrong room but clearly all his clothes are here, so who is this beautiful creature..Boobs flashing and talking at miles a minute Rylee tries to make sense of the situation only getting herself in deep.

What begins as a case of being in the wrong place at the right time, suddenly develops into so much more and Beck and Rylee spend time with each other. Let's be casual they said, let's enjoy they moment, they said, let's throw caution to the wind and live in the moment.. OH how I love it when things don't go according to plan, and this story just gave me that.

Loved every minute between the two leads, every dialogue, every thought. Loved that there was so much more to each of their characters and that Meghan left few secrets out only to be revealed later in the story, saving indeed the best to last.

5 STARS. Isa for Jo&Isalovebooks Blog

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