New Release + Double Review: It Wasn’t Me by Lani Lynn Vale

 

Piper Mackenzie first sees him shirtless, standing in front
of the military plane she was about to board, with one rather large wrench in
his hand. The fact that he has the plane—the one that she’s about to be flying
on for hours—in pieces only minutes before she’s set to take off on it doesn’t
faze her. At least not until a flippant joke about dying in mid-air leaves his
lips.
The second time she sees him, he’s helping her from the
wreckage of her car. The wreckage that he helped cause.
The third, he’s laying across from her in the same bed, and
there’s no denying what happened the night before.
The fourth, well that time would be the first of many. Being
Mrs. Jonah Crew has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?
*****
Jonah Crew saw her for the first time as she stared at him
in awe. It was snowing, the temp was in the negative degrees, and he couldn’t
think about anything but her and the look of horror on her face when he tells a
badly-timed joke.
The second time he sees her, his heart skips a beat, but not
for the reason that one might think. Mainly, it’s due in part to the fact that
his truck smashed into her car so hard that his chest hits the steering wheel
and his heart decides to stop working right.
The third time, he’s fairly positive that he’s died and gone
to heaven. At least, that’s what waking up next to a beautiful woman like her
signifies, right?

 

The fourth? Well, he’s not quite sure how he got there, but
he’s already said ‘I do’ so what’s a guy to do?
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Britt’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:

I feel like every book from Lani is distinctly unique, yet still full of this special LLV magic they all have at the same time. It Wasn’t Me is the perfect example of it. This book was totally fresh unlike all the rest but still felt like coming home the second I started reading. It’s also incredibly hilarious, sweet, and has some twists that actually made me gasp which doesn’t happen a lot for me in any book.
I love, love, loooove Jonah and Piper. I was absolutely giddy seeing both of them and even more excited to see them fall in love. Piper reminds me so much of her mother with her sassy confidence and contradictory softer delicate side. Not to mention she’s absolutely hilarious. There were a couple times I was full on dying laughing at the situations she found herself in. Jonah is blunt to the point of also making me die in laughter. Where everyone has him pegged as an a$ole the man he is with Piper is an entirely different story. From the second they meet he’s so sweet with her and I was left being a big swoony mess over it.
As always I was fully hooked from the start and now I’m left craving more from Lani.

 

Julia’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:

Piper and Jonah are going to knock your socks off. Woo boy. Not only are the hot to the touch, they are sweet as can be. From the first look these two had chemistry off the walls. And fate seemed to push them together over and over again. Once again I was swept up into a LLV love affair and honestly didn’t want to get to the end. Jonah is sweet, growly, and blunt. Paired with Piper’s sweet, innocent, and determined spirit these two were perfect for each other. All the swoon, all the heat, all the words. I loved it from start to finish!

 

 

Lani Lynn Vale is a
USA Today Bestselling Author of over thirty titles. She is married with three
children, two dogs, two cats, a donkey, and a couple (a couple also meaning
over twenty) chickens.

 
When she’s not
writing, you can find her curled up in her favorite chair reading.
 

 

Lani is married with
three children and lives in the Great State of Texas.

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