They hit a few snags on the way to the wedding…
After a very satisfying long-distance relationship (following their very public relationship in Almost Romance), Kate Lewis and Ian Furnukle agree it’s time to get hitched.
Except their jobs are thousands of miles apart.
And their trial run of living together didn’t go so well.
And one of them has cold feet.
But that’s nothing that true love (and some explosive chemistry) can’t fix. If only love were a science.
AUTHOR’S NOTE: Each book in the Clover Park STUDS series can be read as a stand-alone novel, except for Ian & Kate, who are much more fun to read in order. Ian & Kate first appear in Almost in Love, have a Happy-For-Now experience in Almost Romance, and find their Happy-Ever-After in Almost Hitched. No cliffhangers! Each story has a satisfying tender ending.
Clover Park STUDS series
Book 1: Almost Over It
Book 2: Almost Married
Book 3: Almost Fate
Book 4: Almost in Love
Book 5: Almost Romance
Book 6: Almost Hitched
And don’t miss the Clover Park series! Characters pop up in stories in all of my series!
The Clover Park Series
Book 1: The Opposite of Wild
Book 2: Daisy Does It All
Book 3: Bad Taste in Men
Book 4: Kissing Santa
Book 5: Restless Harmony
Book 6: Not My Romeo
Book 7: Rev Me Up
Book 8: An Ambitious Engagement
Book 9: Clutch Player
Book 10: A Tempting Friendship
Clover Park Bride (A Clover Park Short)
Book 11: A Valentine’s Day Gift
Book 12: Maggie Meets Her Match
Almost Hilarious? No way. Absolutely, a lot of the time, this book is hilarious. I love Kate the physicist who is way too smart to get out of her own way and totally misses basic social cues as well as Ian, the man who loves her and knows how to short-circuit her brilliant mind, allowing her libido to take over. Their’s is a funny, sexy, emotional relationship and the author had me laughing and crying. If you want fun in your romance, I highly recommend Almost Hitched. (And then make sure to read my all time favorite book from Kylie Gilmore, Not My Romeo.)
Ian and Kate
After a very satisfying long-distance relationship, Kate Lewis and Ian Furnukle agree it’s time to get hitched. Except their jobs are thousands of miles apart, maybe oceans. And one of them has cold feet. But that’s nothing that true love can’t fix. If only love were a science.
Kate wants to conduct a month long trial run before they set a date for their wedding. Problems surround the couple as they try to navigate to move their relationship to permanent. Both have very demanding jobs that they love. Exes, family and other people are trying to get between them and say whatever they can to place doubt in each other, quite purposefully. A great relationship read with two nerdy, quirky people.
I received a copy in exchange for an honest review
A perfect ending for these two!
A perfect ending for these two!
As usual, Kylie wrote a phenomenal book. The balance of emotion, humor and hotness was absolutely fantastic, and I am THRILLED that she will be writing a new series!!!
I was so happy reading this because I first met Kate and Ian in book 1 of the STUDS series, and I loved reading how they finally got their Happily Ever After. (While reading book 1 isn't necessary to understand this one, I really enjoyed knowing their background together).
Kate was a very interesting character because she took a very analytical approach to relationships; tried to make something objective out of a purely subjective topic. Seeing her struggles and revelations were comical at times but always very endearing.
Ian almost had me in tears towards the end (no spoilers!). His laid-back-ness was a perfect foil to Kate, and I loved reading his complete acceptance of her and his fierce determination to keep her.
All in all, another amazing contemporary romance written by an amazing author and I can't wait for the next amazing book!!!
***I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review***