Who doesn't love a destination wedding where the main character isn't the bride?
A quick read with nice connection. It's easy to cheer for the heroine and hero to get together. They seem well suited.
The butting-in bridesmaid antics were funny as she tried to split apart the main characters.
Well written and paced, though I did find some of the best friend banter a little over the top when it came to most beautiful bride and epic wedding syndrome.
A great escape to the beach.
Eden Brooks, a cynical social worker who’s seen far too many broken relationships, flies to South Padre Island, Texas for her best friend’s weekend wedding. Content to be the dutiful maid of honor, the last thing she expects is to meet a man—especially a good one.
Jeremy Rivera, the best man, is a cowboy-turned-software-developer from Dallas who’s been too busy building his career to worry about a relationship.
When Eden and Jeremy meet, they’re instantly drawn to each other. Unfortunately, one of the bridesmaids—who happens to be the bride’s cousin—has set her sights on Jeremy and is determined to maneuver Eden out of the way any way she can. And Jeremy doesn’t seem to mind.
Will the weekend end in a love connection between Eden and Jeremy or will it simply prove to Eden that there are no decent men out there?