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You May Kiss the Bridesmaid: A Wedding Date Rom Com Paperback – 12 July 2020
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- Publisher : Pink Bloom Press (12 July 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 205 pages
- ISBN-10 : 8887269424
- ISBN-13 : 978-8887269420
- Dimensions : 13.34 x 1.32 x 20.32 cm
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I never expected to feel sorry for Summer and yet I did. Maybe not so much for what she did to Lana. But for the treatment she receives from everyone else. That is, everyone except Archie.
Meet cute where Archie thinks she’s Winter and we’re off!
He protects her from the worst of the cattiness the girls try to throw her way while somehow making himself out to be the best possible boyfriend material in front of her parents. Obviously without them knowing what’s going on!
The way Winter interferes with their relationship is comical. And yet it gives Archie the shove he needs for their romance to take it to the next level. Unfortunately, the timing wasn’t the best it could have been. Although, that’s kind of the point of a romance isn’t it? For you to be left going “NOOOO!!!!” about the timing?
When it all finally comes together Camilla was able to surprise me yet again! I won’t spoil it for you, but I wasn’t expected that ending!
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Summer and Archie (who we also met in From Thailand with Love) have great interactions. There’s some initial combativeness from Summer, then loads of witty banter, flirtation, and fun. What I like about Camilla Isley is that she knows how to infuse some heat to couple’s interactions without incorporating graphic sex. There’s plenty of alluding to and some lead-up to the main event, but the rest is left to the imagination.
For me, the story was believable enough for a rom-com. You know, in that way where two beautiful people meet each other in a stellar location and beat the odds; that way where personality quirks become just another thing to love about someone, and where the commitment phobic suddenly wonder where the other person has been all their life. All that being said, I thought this novel was great and I hope for many more in the series.