I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Regina Cole
Released: August 7th 2018
Series: Bikers & Brides #1
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca
“I didn’t hate it. However, I also didn’t love it.”
~ Under the Covers
Normally I avoid books about bikers, with a few exceptions, it isn’t a troupe that does anything but irritate me. However, I couldn’t resist the blurb of this one…big burly bikers masquerading as wedding planners? I had to give it a try. So, I bravely picked it up and decided to read outside my norm. Did it work out? Kind of. I didn’t hate it. However, I also didn’t love it.
Firstly, the reason I picked this up is because I love a book that employs humour. If an author can get me to laugh a few times than I am happy. And this book definitely managed to put a smile on my face, the unexpectedness of hard eyed and tough bikers arguing about flower arrangements and wedding finger foods was very funny. Sadly, it was only the people surrounding the hero and heroine who were fun, the hero and heroine themselves seemed to suck all the joy out of the room. It was strange having these two angsty characters plonked into the middle of a setting ripe for a romantic comedy and it didn’t work for me.
I’m keeping this review fairly short, as although there were enjoyable parts of the book and it was no hardship to read it, it wasn’t quite my cup of tea. However, depending on the blurb of the next book I would give this series a second chance as although I didn’t hit it off with the hero and heroine in this one, I did like the characters surrounding them.
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