He says we never had a proper honeymoon.
So, instead, he’s giving me… a _prepper_ honeymoon?
Who knew billionaire preppers were a thing?
I guess I’m about to find out.
Julia Kent’s New York Times bestselling romantic comedy series continues in Shopping for a CEO’s Honeymoon as Andrew and Amanda settle in to married life… and so much more.
Fourteen books into this series and the antics just get funnier every time!!
After two years of marriage, Amanda convinces Andrew to have a staycation honeymoon to renovate their estate. Which turns into a prepper honeymoon. Knowing how out of control prepping can get, I was already dying laughing at the first mention of the changes that would need to be made. Throw in insane billionaires and rulers and some serious competition and this book had craziness and catastrophe written all over it!!
This book is hilarious but it also has big doses of emotion thrown to balance it out. I enjoy every visit with the McCormicks and I can't wait to see what kind of mess they can get up to next!!
*This is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*
Shopping for a CEOs Honeymoon
Great book and a wonderful cast of characters. A little light on the preppers and the renovation.
Just when you think this series can’t possibly get any more outrageous, it somehow does… and you laugh yourself silly over it! Who knew billionaire preppers could be so funny? Julia Kent, apparently. Andrew and Amanda always do things their own way, even their long awaited honeymoon it seems. Underneath all of the crazy though, is always love with these two. I also immensely enjoyed the bits about Shannon, Declan, and little Ellie. There’s not a parent on the planet that cannot identify with those not so happy accidents that a new baby inevitably hits you with. Then they grow up a little and use you as a human Kleenex. Ah, the joys of parenthood. Shannon and Declan definitely seem to be rising to this new challenge. I sincerely hope that Julia Kent never runs out of ideas for the crazy cast of characters in this series… because I will never tire of reading about them. I’m kind of hoping there’s a happily ever after in the works for Shannon’s sister Carol, for instance. She and those adorable boys of hers definitely deserve a good man in their lives. One thing I’m absolutely sure of is that whatever Julia Kent comes up with next for this series will be every bit as amazing as all that has come before, and that’s saying something.
*I received an ARC of this book and voluntarily chose to review. All opinions are my own.