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Publisher Description

After a too-close call with death, Yasmin Katsalos is checking somethings off her Bouquet List—things to do after you thought you were going todie. Fun fashion choices? Check.Purple hair and a cute diamond nose stud? Check,check. Now she's on to item #5: a flirty fling with a man who's tall, dark,rich...and totally out of her league.

And restaurateur Lane Griffiths definitelyfits the bill.

Lane isn't just out of Yasmin's league. He's also her brother's bestfriend and therefore off-limits. Now that they're working together onrenovations for her family's wedding hall, however, Yasmin has plenty ofopportunities to bewitch, bother, and boldly seduce. He's reserved. She'srelaxed. The only thing they share is a spark of attraction that's too strongto resist. But is Lane just another item on her bouquet list... or has Yasminfound something on her list that will last?

Each book in the Weddings in Westchester series is a STANDALONE storythat can be enjoyed out of order.
* The Bouquet List
* The Wedding Wager
* Four Weddings and a Fling

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2014
September 15
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
212
Pages
PUBLISHER
Entangled Publishing, LLC
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
2.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Laura__F ,

The Bouquet List

This was a fun, quick read.

After nearly losing her life to dengue fever, Yasmin makes a "bouquet list", the things she would like to do now that she has been given a second chance. Up until her illness, Yasmin followed her traditional Greek family's expectations. All of the things on her list are things that take her out of her comfort zone. Number five is seduce someone tall, dark, handsome, and out of her league. Enter Lane... Yasmin's brother's best friend.

Lane is a restauranteur who has a break between projects and agrees to help Yasmin's family remodel their wedding venue. He knows that Yasmin is off-limits and doesn't want to jeopardize his friendship or his relationship with Yasmin's family. However, the pull and chemistry between the two is strong.

I loved the dual POV since you get to see the perspective of both main characters. The connection with the characters was strong throughout the book and once I started, I wasn't able to stop. The family dynamics were so interesting, not just between Yasmin and her family members but also Lane and Yasmin's family. I loved the writing style and I am hoping there are more books in this series!

*I received a copy of the book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.*

2kasmom ,

Back home

Lane is Yasmin's brother's best friend. After a sudden change in plans, he is also taking over what she thought would be her project when she came home. Her parents still do not know the secrets she needs to share. Then they throw her this?

Yasmin is not the little girl he once knew. She transfixes him. How will they work together on renovations, when all he can think is about touching her? Can they bridge the gap that feels so wide?

I really did not like this book at first. I put it aside for a while and came back to finish what I had started. I am still not pleased with many parts of the book, but that is on me - not the author. We do not all agree. I can say that there is plenty inside this book to move you, in all directions.

***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publisher in exchange for an honest review.

Laura__F ,

The Bouquet List

This was a fun, quick read.

After nearly losing her life to dengue fever, Yasmin makes a "bouquet list", the things she would like to do now that she has been given a second chance. Up until her illness, Yasmin followed her traditional Greek family's expectations. All of the things on her list are things that take her out of her comfort zone. Number five is seduce someone tall, dark, handsome, and out of her league. Enter Lane... Yasmin's brother's best friend.

Lane is a restauranteur who has a break between projects and agrees to help Yasmin's family remodel their wedding venue. He knows that Yasmin is off-limits and doesn't want to jeopardize his friendship or his relationship with Yasmin's family. However, the pull and chemistry between the two is strong.

I loved the dual POV since you get to see the perspective of both main characters. The connection with the characters was strong throughout the book and once I started, I wasn't able to stop. The family dynamics were so interesting, not just between Yasmin and her family members but also Lane and Yasmin's family. I loved the writing style and I am hoping there are more books in this series!

*I received a copy of the book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.*

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