Wedding fever has hit the little town of Marietta…
And Kaitlin Shuller’s groom is marrying someone else.
Worst day ever. The man of her dreams is making vows to another woman. Her heart is broken, and all her carefully laid plans destroyed. Enter Beckett Larson, her older brother’s best friend and a very good bad decision.
Beckett has spent his life trying to outrun his bad reputation, but everyone already thinks the worst of him, so when Kaitlin offers herself to him — virginity and all— he just can’t say no.
But one night together has permanent consequences, and this time Beckett knows he can’t outrun his bad boy reputation. He’s determined to make Kaitlin his bride…even if he has to seduce her down the aisle.
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Kaitlin Shuller's life is perfectly ordered and planned, she just needed her best friend to see that she would make the perfect wife. Unfortunately, he didn't see it, choosing her imperfect, wild-child sister to marry, and, can Kaitlin do the flowers for the wedding?
Beckett Larson is the best friend of Kaitlin's older brother and has spent his life as the bad boy. Kaitlin and Beckett have always been aware of each other, but he never fit into Kaitlin's plan for the perfect life. Until she needed to escape from the wedding. Throwing her plans out the window, Kaitlin decides to have one night of not being perfect. Beckett tries to fight it, especially since his best friend has accused him of stealing from his own company.
One night has consequences and Beckett is determined to show Kaitlin that you can't plan the perfect life because life can't always be planned.
Beckett was such a strong character. Shaped by his life, he is determined to do the right thing and make sure that his child never doubts that he wants it. He is also determined to make Kaitlin see that there is no such thing as the perfect plan and get her to live life without a plan.
I enjoyed the interaction between the main characters, as well as the secondary characters. The story is well-paced and easy to get caught up in for an afternoon read. A sweet romance, it is part of the Montana Brides series, but it works well as a stand alone story with cross-over characters.
I understand 'creative license' but if you can't use correct English at all, I say don't write.
Cheesy. Ended too quickly. Writing wasn't descriptive enough and was at time confusing. Notable grammar errors. Worst and obvious ending ever.