A fresh, modern, delightful romantic comedy.
Book Review: The Wedding Game
My favorite thing about this story is the author’s twenty-first-century approach to an enemies-to-lovers trope. I loved all of the pop culture references and Quinn’s realistic quality to the story. The characters’ personalities feel natural. They are relatable, funny, and charismatic and remind me of some of my friends. It was a joy to read.
If you read one book this month, this is it!
Luna Rossi is a crafting genius with one of the hottest Etsy accounts. She convinces her brother and his husband to be to compete on a reality DIY Wedding television show.
Alec Baxter is a work-alcoholic, jaded divorce lawyer who reluctantly agrees to participate in a reality television show after his brother guilts him into it for family bonding time.
Alec and Luna’s first encounter goes terribly wrong, creating dislike beyond the show’s competition despite their mutual attraction.
Eventually, learning more about each other, they agree to keep their relationship a secret. When the couple’s families find out disaster strikes and hurt sibling feelings arise to tear apart at the couple’s budding romance.