Published by Montlake Romance on March 1st 2021
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SA Today bestselling author Meghan Quinn’s latest bauble is the charming story of a crafting queen battling a jaded divorce lawyer on a wedding reality show.
Luna Rossi is a veritable crafting genius—she can bedazzle and bead so hard her Etsy site is one of the hottest in the world. So it’s only natural that Luna would convince her brother and his husband-to-be to compete on The Wedding Game, a “do-it-yourself” TV show, for the title of Top DIY Wedding Expert.
As a jaded divorce lawyer, Alec Baxter scoffs at weddings and romance. But when his recently engaged brother begs him to participate in The Wedding Game, Alec grudgingly picks up a glue gun and prepares for some family bonding.
Both fierce competitors, Luna and Alec clash on national TV as harsh words and glitter fly with abandon. But as they bicker over color swatches and mood boards, they find themselves fighting something else: their growing mutual attraction. While Luna is torn between family loyalty and her own feelings, Alec wonders if he might have been wrong about love and marriage all along…
The Wedding Game had me literally in tears – not the wrong kind but the very, very good kind. My tears weren’t just brought on by the laughing out loud hilarity but how uplifting it made me feel. It was exactly what I needed this lonely Valentine’s Day. What was so amazing about it was uh…. everything!
The heroine Luna Rossi was terrific. Luna is one of those characters you wish was a real person you could be BFFs with. She was this utterly positive person who could get anybody out of their funk. She was definitely the perfect fit for the uptight Alec. What I loved most about this couple was their juvenile banter. Their conversations were always fun and flirty.
I appreciated how trendy the storyline was. Do you love weddings? This book had three. Do you like crafting? I do. I seriously had the sudden urge to bust out the baking pans and frosting knives mid-book. Do you enjoy dramatic reality TV? The Wedding Game had that too. Romance – check. A good couple pairing – check. Best ever supporting characters – check. Perfect pacing – check. Check. Check.
The Wedding Game had everything I wanted in a book and so much more. Read it! It will definitely make you sigh in happiness and give you the warm fuzzies you need this Valentine’s Day season.