A perfectionist maid of honor and a carefree, surfer-bro best man team up to plan a wedding and end up finding a spark of their own in the first audio original from author duo Christina Lauren, a full-cast sequel to their New York Times bestseller The Unhoneymooners.
Ami is determined to break the Torres family wedding curse. Her own disaster of a reception ended with all the guests getting food poisoning, and she left her cheating husband soon after. But even though she’s still processing her own divorce, Ami won’t let her twin sister Olive’s day be anything but perfect. Olive may think she wants a private ceremony in Maui, where she and her fiancé Ethan first fell in love, but Ami knows better and secretly flies the whole Torres family out to surprise the couple. Now she and her meticulously organized binder have less than two weeks to get everything together for the big day, thousands of miles from home.
Enter Brody, Ethan’s best man, who happens to be living in Maui and insists on helping with the preparations. His playfully elaborate schemes and happy-go-lucky attitude are the last thing Ami needs. When sparks start to fly, could it derail all her carefully laid plans?
Equal parts hilarious and swoon-worthy, this full-cast production is your ticket to the ultimate destination wedding, bringing to life both a captivating couple and an unforgettable family. The Honeymoon Crashers is Christina Lauren at their charming, hilarious best.
heartwarming, want more!!!
listening to amy’s happy ending has been oh so delightful. i love how much the characters both complimented themselves. and the audio narrators? on pointttt!!! can’t wait to listen more about this universe.
The dialogue is overwhelming with really corny flirtatiousness. It’s a little bit of secondhand embarrassment. I will say, it was very descriptive, which is nice. But it’s a typical story of a type A girl who lets loose when she meets the perfect 10 surfer guy that’s got trust Issues but is totally charming. I’d say it’s pretty predictable.
Also, parts of the audio are spoken very softly, so the volume changing was an issue.
The Honeymoon Crashers
So predictable, silly, boring