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3 December 2016
Milo is such an unusual name for a heroine but she's got an unusual personality as well. She was in love with her brother's best friend forever but it was clear that he only wanted them to remain friends. Colton was more than Jason's best friend. When they were kids, Colton slew imaginary dragons for the fair maiden, Milo. He was always there when she needed saving from the meanies. He was practically her best friend. That was up until her teens when Colton stopped playing with her. She went away to college and had her own relationships but they could not hold a candle to Colton. Milo has a friend, Max who tried to get into her pants in the past but eventually settled as her very best friend. Milo went home because Jason was getting married and Max tagged along. She dreaded going home because she knew Colton would be the best man and Max and her hatched a plan to seduce him. This started a series of disasters resulting to the groom's injuries and a plot to stop a wedding.
The book was hilarious and I cannot count the times I laughed during my daily commute. It was incredibly entertaining and original. The characters were funny and crazy at the same time. It was so graphic that it ran like a movie in my mind. Max is a bit of a lovable smart ass and his antics were side-splitting and so was his crazy brother Reid. Throw in Grandma and Jason and Milo's parents into the mix and everything that happened only in one wedding weekend was a lifetime's worth of unfortunate consequences. Luckily no one died but someone "got thrown under the bus," another got roofied, and another character almost maimed for life. Would Colton and Milo finally hook up? Would Jason's wedding happen?
I love the dialogue which was smart, comical and rapid. The story was one wild adventure that I really enjoyed.