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  • Why am I craving pizza?

    Maddie and Theo have had a dislike for one another for quite some time. But when an engagement party is thrown for their mutual friend Alexa, they soon find that perhaps they were a little too judgmental in their original feelings for one another. There is definitely mutual sexual attraction between the two - and a desire to pursue a “friends with benefits” type of relationship. The relationship soon blooms into something more substantial. The Wedding Party is the third instalment in the Wedding Date series, but can easily be read as a standalone book. It is an easy read with a somewhat predictable storyline, but entertaining nonetheless. I was a little distracted, and somewhat confused, with the fact that this couple eats pizza almost exclusively (I swear almost every chapter) and have no idea why the author didn’t change up their delivery food choices. On a more serious note, I appreciate the fact that the author shows the benevolence of her characters and the impact that their work has on others. I enjoyed the book and rate it ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5.

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  • Review: The Wedding Party, by Jasmine Guillory

    This is a first for me. Well, at least a first in a long time. I don't normally read the first book in a series and move on to the second, third, etc right away. I may say I will, but other books get in the way. In this case, I read Jasmine Guillory's The Wedding Date in January. Then The Proposal in May. Now August has ended and I finished reading the "conclusion" The Wedding Party. All in the same year. I think that says a lot for these books and Guillory's writing. I couldn't put any of these books down and they just kept getting better. I liked that each book in this series was different in their own ways. The Wedding Date and The Proposal were loosely linked and had a different feel that make them great stand alones. And then The Wedding Party comes in (while still a good stand alone) to pull them both together, while being it's own thing. The way Guillory wrote Theo and Maddie's enemies-to-lovers story made me almost forget about thinking of how much I enjoyed the first two couples. If asked what book is my favorite, I may have to say this one. One of the highlights of this one, I feel, is that I didn't feel frustrated by the two. In some other romances there's often a lot of denial of feelings and not communicating those feelings. I think Theo and Maddie really didn't know what they were feeling a lot of the time. I really didn't know how things would play out in the end. I didn't have to silently yell at them to just talk to each other. I've probably said to much already, though. This book is incredible. If you've read the first two, you'll want to read this. If you haven't read them, still read this (but maybe read them first). Guillory has a new book coming out later this year that's already something I want on my TBR. If these first three novels are any indication of where she's going as a writer, that book will be the best yet.

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  • It was alright

    I liked the storyline but the entire story didn’t have that special something that got me really into it where I couldn’t put the book down. I honestly don’t have anything horrible to say other than it wasn’t very memorable.

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  • Couldn't finish

    Made it halfway through this one, but was so bored I just couldn't continue. When picking up a book like this I am mainly looking for strong chemistry (banter!) and a few decent laughs. This had neither. What it did have, however, was a buttload of pizza for some reason? I don't think it's actually physically possible for adults to eat that much pizza and still function, but Theo and Maddie somehow do. The characters in this "enemies to lovers" don't hate each other as the summary suggests. They don't even dislike each other as far as I can tell. Aside from the author telling the reader repeatedly that the characters don't like each other, I saw zero evidence to suggest it. In fact, they jump into bed so quickly and so frequently that there's hardly any depth to their relationship or their characters at all. It bums me out to leave a book unfinished, but after giving it an honest try I'm tapping out!

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