sisters dateless and she refuses to go to the last one alone. Not when she has
a perfectly respectable—not to mention hot—NFL player ready to save her from
humiliation. Who cares that he’s the bride’s ex-fiancé and only wants to go for
We get thrown into a whirlwind romance right off the bat. It’s all fake for one, but not for the other no matter how hard she tries to fake it. I’m not a fan of Wes, even after the story ends. He just seemed way to dense to realize where this was headed for Teegan and took advantage of it all in the name of revenge. Teegan is a pretty shy girl, she did show some backbone but for the most part let Wes run over her. It was a quick romance, the book lasted through a weekend, but it did become sweet. There was a few moments I tolerated Wes, until he opened his mouth.
Overall, it was sweet. There were a few good laugh out loud moments. I seriously enjoyed Teegan’s best friend, Misty. She was hilarious! I just feel like it fell a little short for me.
a glance up at him, catching mostly only a broad shoulder because of his
height. His long arms swung at his sides and his posture stern as he stared at
the romantic beach scene in front of them.
about thirty feet from the other guests when Wes slipped his hand into hers.
stiffened on contact and her brain shut down.
only she could hear, he said, “We have to sell it, remember?”
not trusting herself to say anything while her heart did backhand springs in
her rib cage. Holy crap. She was totally holding Wes Stevenson’s hand.
sounded like a teenybopper thinking that.
Tee. Be cool.
going to be tough though since her version of cool had never been anything
close to his. Or anyone else’s for that matter.
straighter, she closed her hand around his, taking in the feel of skin against
skin. The closer they got to the already filled area, the more erratic her
heartbeat became. She was going to face Juliet, her family, and friends. And
they were all going to chastise Teegan for bringing Wes.
wished she’d thought about that before this moment. She could’ve feigned
sickness for the entire weekend. What was going around right now? Yellow fever?
Malaria? She’d even take a good case of salmonella. Anything to get her out of
seeing the judgment in everyone’s eyes. The same judgment she saw at every
other Delta Gam wedding she’d attended.
date, without a date…it didn’t matter. It followed Teegan anyway.
question didn’t seem bothered by their impending fate. He stood tall and wore a
confident smile. Zero nerves radiated off him.
Box, they’d called him on the football field. Because he was always cool under
pressure. Man, what she wouldn’t give to have some of that superpower right
her hand, which made her look up at him. He lifted his chin, gesturing in front
of them. She looked toward a receiving line that included the bride and groom.
the man she’d left Wes for.
Teegan couldn’t wait to greet them both on this glorious, fantastic evening.
why, had she agreed to this? It would’ve been better not to attend at all,
rather than bring Juliet’s ex to Juliet’s wedding.
Her heart was beating at an unhealthy rate. She might faint.
wasn’t a bad idea. If she fainted—
attached to hers tightened.
was doing this for Wes. Just think about that. This had to be a million times
worse for him.
medicine, which is why in her stories she blends a healthy dose of hilarious
hijinks with gritty suspense.
romantic suspense, Christina can be found devouring books in every genre,
watching Chris Hemsworth on TV, playing board games with her family, working
out, checking out Chris Hemsworth on Facebook, napping, stalking Chris
Hemsworth on Instagram, and shopping…for Chris Hemsworth’s latest DVD.
sons, who give her an endless supply of humorous material to write about.