This USA Today bestselling author "charms with an irresistible romantic comedy" (Entertainment Weekly) that proves when best man and maid of honor compete, what happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas...
One of Entertainment Weekly's best romances of 2018!
Wendy Liu should be delighted to be her best friend's maid of honor. But after years spent avoiding the bride's brother - aka the boy who once broke her heart - she's now trapped with him during an endless amount of wedding festivities. Luckily she's had time to perfect her poker face, and engaging Noah Denning in a little friendly competition might just prove that she's over him for good...
Noah Denning is determined to make his little sister's wedding memorable. But it seems Wendy is trying to outdo him at every turn. Challenging each other was always something he and Wendy did right, so when she proposes they compete to see who can throw the best bachelor or bachelorette party in Sin City, Noah takes the bait - and ups the stakes. Because this time around, he wants Wendy for keeps. And when you're fighting for love, all bets are off. "Romantic comedy at its best." -- The Washington Post
"A witty, sexy and wonderfully entertaining romantic comedy." -USA Today, Happy Ever After "Holiday combines class and sass with a hefty dose of humor." -Publishers Weekly
"Marvelously memorable characters." -- BooklistWhat readers are saying about It Takes Two:"Highly recommend this charming tale, it's sure to leave you smiling long after the last page is turned!"
"Heartfelt and sexy, It Takes Two is further proof of Holiday's remarkable talent."
"A story that's both lighthearted and emotionally compelling....Jenny Holiday is one of my new favorite authors!"
Holiday combines class and sass with a hefty dose of humor in her second Bad Bridesmaids contemporary (after One and Only). Workaholic New York lawyer Noah Denning has looked after his family for so long that he's forgotten to live for himself, too. Toronto defense attorney Wendy Liu hasn't gotten over Noah standing her up for their high school prom 17 years earlier though he had a good reason and when he visits Toronto, she finds reasons to be out of town. Then Noah's sister, Jane, who's been Wendy's best friend since childhood, asks Wendy to be her maid of honor, and Wendy feels obligated to accept, even though avoiding Noah will be impossible. When Noah and Wendy decide to throw dueling parties in Las Vegas for Jane and her fianc , they fight to outdo each other and struggle to resist their reconnection, as Holiday beautifully illustrates through wry, snappy dialogue with a hint of vulnerability on both sides. Wendy's determined never to let anyone break her heart again; Noah's not going to rest until she gives him another chance. Holiday doesn't skimp on burning-hot scenes of passion, and this winning hero and heroine will take up residence in readers' hearts.
I’m enjoying the series but am really offended and disappointed every time u throw in the GD word. It’s totally unnecessary and adds nothing. Not sure I’ll buy anymore books if that’s ur favorite cuss word.