Hello, Mr. Right…for Now.
With a month off from culinary school, Jenny Boyd has some serious party plans. Especially when the hottest guy in the club literally lands in her lap. He’s 6’2” of cocky, sexy, man-candy, and just as commitment-phobic as she is.
She’s definitely off limits…
Graphic designer Jared Crew is shocked when his best friend’s sister-in-law doesn’t remember him right away. Luckily, she is more than willing to let him jog her memory, no complications required.
It’s all fun and games…until the condom breaks…
A sweet story!
I was really looking forward to Jenny’s story after reading her big brother’s (Totally, Sweetly Irrevocably) and seeing all of the mayhem she managed to cause there. And the Jenny of the first few chapters didn’t disappoint. Their meet (meet again, technically) cute was especially entertaining:
He was even hotter closer up. Who was she to turn away a gorgeous man who introduced himself with his face in her lap? That would be rude.
Both Jenny and Jared are young and free and fun, and reading about them feels just as fancy free…until things happen.
Don’t get me wrong, though–it’s still a great read, but our hero and heroine have to pause and take stock of things, which quickly get complicated. They have to take a good look at their lives and decide what they really want, what they’re willing to change, and what will be worth the effort of reaching for–regardless of the ultimate outcome of their “oops” moment. In some ways, the carefree, most-likely-to-be-arrested-in-a-food-truck Jenny is no more, but since time has gone by and she’s discovered and been moving toward her calling (culinary school in Paris, nonetheless!) that makes sense. It needed to happen. She’s growing up and finding her way, a way which may or may not include a certain fun-loving, live and love for the moment friend of her older brother who also needs to think about moving forward and taking his own risks.
And…maybe anther somebody too? I’m not telling you; you’re going to have to find out for yourself 😉
A sweet conclusion to a delectable series–readers will get to see prior heroes and heroines living out their HEAs, ooh and aah over baby owls (!), and maybe even drool a little–or a lot–over the idea of a wedding cake made of baklava. (Google it. You won’t be sorry. Though you’ll probably be hungry…)
Rating: 4 stars / B+
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.