Wednesday, May 31, 2017

BOOK REVIEW: The Two-Night One-Night Wedding by Ryan Ringbloom

4.25 Stars

This is the HEA sequel to The Two-Night One-Night Stand.  It’s probably best to have read that one first to get the background, although I suppose this could stand on its own too.

Holly Martin Matthew Daniels are getting married. 💒 But it’s a bumpy road down the aisle as circumstances don’t seem to work out in their favor. As if planning a wedding isn’t stressful enough, these two are overloaded with bad luck from living arrangements to family and more. But this isn’t an angsty tale.
“‘Why do you two seem to have so many incidents? Do you know how to have sex correctly?’”
While you can’t help but feel bad for Matt and Holly, you also can’t help but laugh at it all either. It’s filled with funny situations and circumstances—Holly’s mother and Michael, and OMG the bathroom mirror. 

But Matt and Holly really are such troopers and take it in stride as best they can. They are a good example of remembering that a marriage is more than a wedding and that keeping each other as the top priority is important.  That being said, I think most people who have gotten married will be able to relate from one angle or another. Don’t be that best friend, don’t be that mother, and especially don’t be that sister-in-law.

Will the pair finally get to squeak one out in silence? Will Peen stay silent? And will penises be the theme of the bachelorette party?
“‘…you act like your mother-in-law never saw a fucking cock before. Newsflash, she has a husband and three sons, that’s four right there.’”
Told via Holly and Matthew’s alternating first person POV, this is a light-hearted romcom. If you are looking for a fun and easy beach read this summer, it’s definitely one to check out. I especially liked how the epilogues featured an update on all the characters. 

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~Find Out How It All Started~

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