Marrying a stranger tops the list of things you should never do in Las Vegas, but I did it anyway.
The entire night was my idea. I was the one who suggested a wake-up-with-a-tiger kind of night. Instead, I woke up with a ring on my finger and Vince Rossi in my bed.
Vince, who was nothing like I thought he was and everything I never knew I needed.
Suddenly I was falling head-over-heels in love with my accidental husband and the idea of ending this union was the last thing I wanted.
I wanted forever.
So what if we barely knew each other? Statistically speaking, our odds were as good as anyone's.
Until the annulment papers landed on my doorstep…
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Loved Paton & Vince
This is my favorite Jana Aston book, granted she’s fairly new to me, but Payton and Vince will forever be a favorite couple to me.
Payton is young, quirky and crazy. Vince is older than Payton and owns a gentleman’s club. After a night of A or B choices, they end up married. Throw the addition of Cannon into the mix and it’s pure entertainment. Vince is incredibly sweet and loving toward Payton. Payton, with her quirks, drives Vince a bit crazy. These two are the perfect couple. They say opposites attract, and that’s certainly the case here.
If you like romantic comedies, I highly recommend Good Time. Now, I think Cannon needs a book of his own.
Payton is my spirit animal
I have yet to be let down by a Jana Aston book. She’s become my go to Rom com lady with the perfect amount of dirty talk. Her books usually have me laughing out loud for real at various lines. They are just funny.
This one though Idk. I really loved it. And my takeaway is to be yourself. From the beginning just be yourself.
*adds to the reread often pile*
Good times with Good Time
Good times with Good Time. The humor of Good Time is spot on and highly enjoyable.
I found Payton's voice to be distinctive, well-done, and IRL I’d love to know someone like Payton. I also like all the times she is sassy with Vince. Ugh. Love it.
For those of you new to Jana, there are some crossovers with Good Girl but the book stands on its own and you don't necessarily need to read Good Girl to enjoy this one.
My one critique is that there is so much interiority in this book, that the plot is thin in places IMO. For instance, we are so much in Payton's head that its occasionally difficult to keep up with the plot. Also, Payton's voice is so distinctive and has quite a bit of humor, I think an occasional POV shift would be beneficial to the reader.
Payton is so much in her head and we know so much of her thoughts that we know little of Vince for much of the book (other than his hotness which granted he is). I think a chapter or two in Vince's POV would help a reader get to know him better and his backstory.
All-in-all a fun read and I look forward to my next Jana fix eagerly and with anticipation.