I’ve included a few teasers in this post, so scroll down after my review and get a peek at Wedding War before it releases.
It’s the case of the Hatfields and McCoys, only Rehoboth style. Growing up, the Robinsons and Friday’s kids were always told to stay away from one another, so they never got a chance to get to know each other. But when a new, big chain wedding vendor comes into town, it’s time to put the squabble to rest and take down the company threatening to shut down their businesses. That’s exactly what Hannah decides to do.
Fresh out of college, she’s returned home to run her family’s company. But Über Brides is known for forcing the smaller mom and pop shops out of business. So what better way to rid the town of Über Brides than to work with her enemy, Jason Robinson, and take them down from the inside. Only, now that she has officially met Jason, he’s not the horrible person she was raised to believe, and Jason would say the same of Hannah.
Let the Wedding War commence!
These two are such amazing characters. Strong, funny, and caring, they are perfect for each other. Montgomery has written a perfect dual dialogue of hilarity and heat, where I found myself laughing in one minute, and then swooning the next. I thought I had heard everything until Hannah thought “Where’s the brain bleach when you need it.” I might have woken up my partner laughing when I was reading this well past bedtime. I love the energy in the book and of course, I love that previous characters made their appearances because I’ve grown fond of all of them.
I don’t think I have laughed this hard in a while, and I know that every time a new K.L. book comes out, I declare it my favorite, but I think of this series, it’s definitely the best. The books, the couples, the scenarios just keep getting better. *Bravo!*