There were three guarantees in Tricia Patterson's life: 1. Her friendship with Sean Peterson was rock solid 2. She had a career that she absolutely adored 3. This summer was going to be the death of her With the proverbial "Always a Bridesmaid and Never a Bride" becoming her new mantra, Tricia didn't know how she was going to survive this year's round of weddings. Six of them this summer alone! In an attempt to ward off the pity-party, her best friend Sean gives her the perfect solution to help her get through - he'll pretend to be her boyfriend. While not certain that was going to be of any help, Tricia's knows it also won't hurt. When circumstances beyond Sean's control keep him from coming home to Tricia's aid, he sends his brother Ryan in his place. Four years older than his brother and his best friend, Ryan isn't sure why these weddings are such a big deal. He's also not sure of what the exact nature is of this relationship between Sean and Tricia. And that's becoming a big problem because the more time he spends with Tricia, the more he realizes that she's the one he wants to plan a wedding with.*This is a 40,000 word stand-alone novella*...
|Title||:||The Wedding Season (Enchanted Bridal #1)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||200 pages|
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The Wedding Season (Enchanted Bridal #1) Reviews
There is a scene in which the MC comes back from a wedding with the love interest and they get into her house and she kicks off her shoes, then they argue, they make up, they make out, then she kicks her shoes off again to lay in a sofa with him, they make out some more, and finally she gets up from the sofa to undress sexily and ends up wearing only her panties and her shoes. I think that says enough 👍🏼🙈
Ryan and Tricia have known each other for years but little did they know how fate would intervene. This is a sweet love story with some spice and angst to it.
This was a quick, ok read. I liked the relationship between Ryan and Tricia, but the "fake relationship" aspect of it was very, very short and that kind of frustrated me because it was the main reason I decided to read this one. Ryan's mother drove me insane and I wasn't a big fan of Ryan's brother (and Tricia's best friend) Sean. If you're looking for a quick read with lots of romance then you might enjoy this.
Woops, hadn't realised I've already read a couple of this authors books and hated them! If I had, I probably would have skipped it.
Anyway, this one wasn't too bad. Cute idea, and I liked the characters for the most part (which after having a look at my other reviews is a HUGE deal!). The h is a little weakish for my personal pref, (I like kickass chicks ;), and the story is fairly top level and brushes over a lot of scenes rather than really getting into them, but it still works.
It's an easy c ...more
Bad point: I had to read a wedding theme book for a paranormal book club.
Good point: This book was free on Kindle.
Bad point: Bad, bad, bad book.
Good point: The book was 200 pages. Suffering was relatively short.
As a child, Tricia's family moved many times. When she was in high school, she and her mother moved to a new town in Long Island. At her new school, she met Sean and he became her best friend.
It is now 10 years later, and Sean is still her best friend.
He is working overseas but plans to be home for the summer. They make a pact to attend six weddings of their friends. That will protect both of them from well meaning friends who want to fix them up with someone “special”. Sean's sense of humor a ...more
The Wedding Season
4 sweet stars.
Sometimes in life all you need is a sweet easy read and The Wedding Season was just that. A sweet, quick, fast glowing read that kept me interested without weighing you down with mass drama. Samantha is good with her wedding stories, and this was no exception. Worth every one of thosev4 stars.
When Tricia Patterson moved with her mother to yet another new school, her anxiety was huge. It is never easy walking into a new school, finding new friends a ...more
It had a good plot, nice characters and I liked the author's writing style. I also liked the 2 lead characters but felt the pacing wasn't quite right. I didn't feel as if I understood the H's motivation, we knew he was an insular guy, a workaholic but his story just fell rushed. The h was more fleshed out, and a very likeable person. It was a nice easy read.