Review

I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Here we go again with another bride romance. If you follow my blog, you will notice that I often read light contemporary romance, and a lot of those have something to do with weddings. I just enjoy reading books with all those brides and grooms and parties and all those.

Bride By Mistake didn’t really concentrate on a wedding. The book did start with a wedding, one of the heroine’s sister and a man named Carter, whom the heroine had her sights set on. However, the rest of the book was no longer centered on a wedding.

The hero was the town’s bad boy. Everybody expected him to screw up. I love  this kind if hero, you know, the kind where nobody really trusts him anymore, but beneath all that rebellion is a really good man. I loved this book for the hero alone. Well, I liked the heroine too, but the hero took the cake for me.

This book has a steady pace. It was exciting enough that it made me keep on turning page after page. Thankfully, it was a fast read, so I got to finish it right away. I think this is my favorite book of the series, so far. I liked how the hero worked so hard, and I liked that the heroine made the grand gesture to prove that she was invested and that she believed in and loved the hero too.

I did hate the heroine’s brother, but since he was just a secondary character, I couldn’t care less. I would surely recommend this book to anyone. Not only is it an entertaining story, it is also one where the characters will win you over.

Reading Order [book-series]
Book 1 – The Fairy Tale Bride
Book 2 – His Blushing Bride
Book 3 – Bride By Mistake
Book 4 – Finally His Bride
Book 5 – Kiss The Bride

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