So I've read the other books in the series, and this was just as great as the others!! I loved it so much!!! Ethan and Sadie meet at a wedding, and boy do sparks fly!! Sadie is coming out of a failed married, LOL, it didn't actually happen, but her mother seems to think so. Ethan is captivated by her the minute he sees her, but Sadie has other ideas. Sadie did get on my nerves some in the beginning and middle of the book. I think at one point I was yelling at her mentally while reading it LOL! Sadie's ex, which is NOT her husband, confronts her at the wedding, and Sadie gets hurt. Ethan of course comes to the rescue, but he can't figure out why. Why is he going to her? Why is he asking her to come and stay with him? Why is he so captivated with her, he asks her to move in with him? Sadie of course is like, I need to date other people first, knowing it'll piss Ethan off, but she doesn't care. She soon realises that the person she was supposed to be with is right under her nose. Can Sadie move past all the dating and get serious with Ethan? Can Ethan convince Sadie that he's the one for him?
My fave quotes from the book
1. A giggle escapes at the though of rolling his head down the aisle. - I literally thought the same thing after what happened to Sadie later on.
2. But that makes me think of her with another man, which is oddly disturbing while I have her in my arms. - When Ethan realises he likes Sadie so much.
3. I am tempted to flex them slightly, but I refrain. - Come on Ethan, flex those muscles for us!!
4. If the Ethan from earlier was good looking, then, holy hell's balls, this one is that times ten. - Sadie realises how hot Ethan is. Sleeves rolled up, suit jacket and tie off. Yes ma'am!
5. Holy pillar of hunky-ness. - I love Sadie's sayings!
This book was thoroughly enjoyable to read. Frustrating in parts as you just want to yell at them for being so silly but that just makes you want to read it even more to find out how it ended. Wonderful story line, fast paced enough to keep the reader invested and a wonderful ending. Thank you Denise.