Lissa's Review: Two Wedding Crashers (Dating by Numbers #2) by Meghan Quinn
PUBLISHER: Hot-Lanta Publishing, LLC
RELEASED: MARCH 11, 2018
GENRE: CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
LENGTH: 384 PAGES
AMAZON | B&N | KOBO
I don’t know what love is anymore. Well, that’s not entirely true, but I’m going to tell you a little secret: I’ve lost the spark. You know the kind of spark I’m talking about? Where butterflies take flight in your stomach from two hands innocently colliding. Or catching your breath when you first meet someone attractive. Yeah, that spark. Except I haven't felt that feeling in forever; there is nothing left inside of me. Normally, this wouldn’t be a problem--but I’m a writer on a serious deadline, and my editor is breathing down my neck for a romantic, Nicholas Sparks type love story. No pressure, right? That's how I find myself flying across the country to crash a wedding in the name of research, dress and heels stuffed into my small suitcase. It should be the easiest book research ever. Drinking some free champagne, basking in the love of two strangers, and tapping into my romantic side. That will be a breeze. I'm a pro. I can handle this. Until I mistakenly end up in the wrong hotel room, naked as the day I was born, with the sexiest human I have ever met staring me down, wondering what I'm doing taking a shower in his bathroom. I don't think calling it research will get me out of this pickle. But it will make for one hell of a story....
FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Two Wedding Crashers is an unexpected emotional rollercoaster. Honestly, I shouldn’t have expected anything less from Quinn.
Beck and Rylee’s story isn’t an easy one. Their both dealing with personal things that have happened in the past. What I loved most about this story, is how easy it was for them to connect. There’s the witty humor, the wild passionate moments, and the gut-wrenching tear-jerking moments. Rylee has her idea of what Beck want’s in his life, without really talking to him and being honest about it. But what’s a romance, without a little drama along the way.
I loved both of these characters; they felt very real. They weren’t perfect; they had their faults. But their hearts were genuine. I’ve pretty much loved everything that Quinn writes, and I feel that she just get’s better and better with every book. She has these very relatable characters, she writes with such passion. That you just feel it in your heart.
Overall, Five Boundless Stars