In this hilarious romantic comedy, USA Today best-selling author Jenny Holiday proves that what happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas...
All's fair in love and war
Wendy Liu should be delighted to be her best friend's maid of honor. But after years spent avoiding the bride's brother - aka the boy who once broke her heart - she's now trapped with him during an endless amount of wedding festivities. Luckily she's had time to perfect her poker face, and engaging Noah Denning in a little friendly competition might just prove that she's over him for good...
Noah Denning is determined to make his little sister's wedding memorable. But it seems Wendy is trying to outdo him at every turn. Challenging each other was always something he and Wendy did right, so when she proposes they compete to see who can throw the best bachelor or bachelorette party in Sin City, Noah takes the bait - and ups the stakes. Because this time around, he wants Wendy for keeps. And when you're fighting for love, all bets are off.
The Bridesmaids Behaving Badly series:
- One and Only
- It Takes Two
- Three Little Words
What the critics say
"(An) irresistible mix of lively, piquantly witty writing; sharply etched, marvelously memorable characters; and some completely combustible love scenes that are guaranteed to leave burn marks on readers' fingers." (Booklist, starred review)
"Holiday's books are on my favorites shelf with Jennifer Crusie, Julie James and Rachel Gibson. Funny, light, romantic reading. Absolute perfection from meet cute to epilogue." (Rachel Cross, author of Rock Him)
"Holiday combines class and sass with a hefty dose of humor.... Holiday doesn't skimp on burning-hot scenes of passion, and this winning hero and heroine will take up residence in readers' hearts." (Publishers Weekly)
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A saccharin sweet story
A saccharin sweet, friends-to-lovers story... but I liked it! Noah, the hero, was not the cliche jerky alpha but Wendy was the traditional overly defensive, broken heroine.
The narrator was great. I'm not a fan of female narrators vocalizing male voices and vice versa, but Angele Masters did an adequate job here.