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  • Beautiful Story

    A Marriage of Inconvenience is the third book in the Stop the Wedding! Series. I’ve not read the entire series and this book was great as a stand-alone. It is part of the Heartwarming books and it certainly is heartwarming! The characters were genuine and charming. The storyline was original with a bank robbery and the mystery that goes along with it. It catches your attention and keeps you reading until the end. Sophia, who is an event planner found herself in a bank robbery where she meets Evan who was able to help her stay calm. They both felt the instant connection and attraction. She thought she had met the man of her dreams only to find out he was engaged. She was heartbroken but resolved to still be professional since this wedding would help their business. Thankfully she had her grandmother to turn to when she was worried and stressed. My heart went out to her because she was so happy and excited after meeting Evan and texting with him. She persevered and arranged the perfect wedding for Evan and his bride. Evan had agreed to help his best friend Jamie and marry her to help her gain control of her family’s company. He never dreamed he would finally meet a woman who would make him feel like Sophia did. He found himself in a predicament and stuck between his best friend and the woman he loved. At first, I couldn’t understand why Evan leads Sophia on but it slowly started to make sense once I got into the book. He was truly trying to help Jamie, his best friend, and take care of his brother. His options were to back out on his best friend and his promise or hurt the woman he loved. Overall this was a wonderful book and I really enjoyed it. It was the first book I have read by this author and I’m so glad I discovered her. I look forward to reading more of her books in the future. I received an ARC and am willingly leaving a review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • A unique Meet Cute! I loved this story.

    Of all of the Meet Cutes I've ever read, I can't say that a bank robbery has ever been on that list. But Sophie and Evan meet while facedown on the floor while the bank they are in is robbed. That afternoon, they talk for a while, exchanging numbers, and having a great text exchange. And then comes the next day, when Sophie is preparing for a meeting to plan the biggest wedding of her career - only to find out that Evan is the groom to be. Now, as the reader, I already knew this, of course. But I had also started to develop a crush on Mr. Anderson, so I really felt Sophie's disappointment. And I was really not a fan of Jamie at the start because she seemed too bossy and unflinching. I admit that I did later come around, but I can't get into that in the review without spoilers. Evan just gets more lovable as the book goes on. His relationship with Zeke is what completely did me in, though. Zeke has Down syndrome, and anyone who can so willingly sacrifice for his special needs brother (and not feel like he is sacrificing) is amazing. Plus I just adore Zeke. And I felt like the author really captured those special traits that have endeared individuals with Down syndrome to me throughout my work and personal life. And then we have poor Sophie. I say poor Sophie, but she is amazingly strong. She is in love with Evan, and yet, is dedicated to fulfilling her duty. She is a very loyal person, which we also see played out in her relationship with her large family, especially her Yaya. She is also spectacular at her job. She is the kind of person I would want to have for a close friend. The attraction between Evan and Sophie is absolutely undeniable. You're begging them to figure how to make it work out in a way that will not cost all of them their goals and reputation. I have read others of Amy's books, and just like those, this one did not disappoint. This will definitely be reread. I requested and received a complimentary copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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