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  • 5 stars for the excellent banter alone!

    Overall Rating: 5 stars for the excellent banter alone! I HIGHLY recommend this to anyone who likes pretty much any type of romance. Do I recommend it?: ABSOLUTELY! Genre: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy Writing: 5 stars, wonderfully written, no faults at all. The characters were rich and their growth during the arc of the story was beautiful. But the banter, people!, I usually don’t enjoy romantic comedies that much, but this had me literally LOL. Story/Plot: 4.5 stars, while the plot overall has been done before, this just felt fresh. Loved Christina Lauren’s take on it. Characters: 5 stars just for Olive alone. I loved her, her character development was perfect. Emotions: 5 stars, no silly drama, but my gosh, the FUN these 2 were together was magic. Flow/pacing: 5 stars, this book flowed perfectly, from the snark to the banter to the romance. Steam: 4 stars, while the romance was sweet and sexy at times, the love scenes were fade to black for the most part. The only reason I really noticed it was because I wasn’t expecting that from Christina Lauren. HEA: Yes Will I read this author again? : Most definitely. Christina Lauren are pretty much auto-buy authors for me.

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  • The Unhoneymooners

    Oh my goodness! This one was so good I read it practically in one sitting and would have if life wouldn't have intruded (drat that job!) but I highly recommend picking this one up immediately! Olive is the unlucky twin (and always has considered herself to be so) and now she is standing up for her twin sister (the lucky twin) at her wedding. That is okay except the best man is her nemesis and the brother of the groom. Spending 24 hours with him is bad enough but when they are the only ones who are not struck with food poisoning at the reception and the honeymoon to Hawaii is up for grabs and the bride and groom insist they take advantage of it, all bets are off. How are they going to spend two weeks together? Easy, all they have to do is there there and sleep in the same room, that is until forces beyond their control in the form of Olives new boss and Ethan's former fiancee are at the same resort. Oh no! They are now forced to actually act like honeymooners! Cozy and loving and everything! This was smart, witty, FUN, sexy, and oh-so hilarious, I found myself giggling and the dogs looking at me with their heads tilted. Such perfect banter, the pages few by until I thought my kindle was going to combust. This is a standalone and would be a perfect beach read but would probably induce sunburn because you would not want to put it down. **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**

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  • It was ok

    I heard great reviews about this book and I waited 2 months to read it, so I was really excited about this book and had high expectations. However, I didnt like it as much as I expected. The storylime and plot was good but I didnt like the way it was executed. I found the writing too girly and "teenager-ish". Maybe I wouldve liked it had I read it 10 years ago.

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  • What a fun book!

    I always know I'm going to enjoy a light and funny read when I crack open a Christina Lauren book. Romcom is my favorite genre to read solely because it takes me away from the stress of real life. I've learned that this author can deliver every time. This is an enemies to lovers trope that took me by surprise with how they became enemies. I was baffled for the first half of the book by what truly caused Ethan to switch his emotions like he did. Once we learned the true reason, I wasn't expecting it. I liked the twist in the story even if it is a bit angsty, and I love when a typical trope can surprise me. Due to Ethan's snub of Olive, I had a slow burn love for his character. I loved Olive immediately but you also get to know her better as the story progresses. When they are forced together on their siblings honeymoon, you really get to see more depth to both of their characters. They were fun when they were full of enemy snark and they were adorable when they become an actual couple. They are flawed characters and I liked that about them. This also had some fun side characters. If you want something fun with a bit of angsty twist to the plot, I highly recommend The Unhoneymooners.

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  • Hilarious and romantic

    I love Christina Lauren books. There’s something so whimsical and hilarious about them. The Unhoneymooners might be my favorite of theirs yet. The Unhoneymooners follows Olive, the unlucky twin, who after being miraculously spared from a massive bout of food-poisoning at her sister’s wedding, finds herself on her sister’s free honeymoon in Maui. There’s only one problem, she has to share the trip with her sworn enemy, Ethan, the best man. The stringent rules of the all-expenses paid honeymoon require Ethan and Olive to pretend to be married, or be forced to pay the full cost of the vacation. As Olive begins spending more time with Ethan, she realizes that he’s not actually that bad, if fact she discovers that she’s actually a big fan. Olive was such a great character. The book is told in first person from Olive’s perspective. She’s frustratingly believable, both funny and stubborn. I felt so incredibly bad for her at the beginning of the book, but as the story went on, her unlucky stride tended to come in spurts as opposed to the constant stream that seemed to be her life. Ethan annoyed me at the beginning, but I definitely warmed up to him the more Olive did. This book definitely has some swoon-worthy moments between the two of them. My favorite part of the book is Olive and Ami’s big, wonderful family that really looks out for one another. There’s a lot of ups and downs for both characters in the books and whenever anything goes wrong, the entire family shows up with food and love and support and it’s so sweet and comforting. I loved this story and I definitely recommend it to other romance lovers!

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