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    Great read

    Samantha Chase is a brilliant author and this book is yet another example of her pulling you into the lives of her characters, making you laugh with them or shedding a tear...another great read 😊
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    A Perfect Summer Read

    A perfect pool side read for this summer. Summer weddings are so fun, but six weddings alone this summer, Tricia is tired of going stag, so her best friend from high school, Sean has agreed to be her stand in date. Unable to fulfill his commitment, he has his brother, Ryan stand in for him. Once Ryan and Tricia start attending the wedding, a chemistry between the two start to ignites. I really enjoyed the story between Tricia and Ryan, a full story packed into a novella that can be read in one sitting, because you won't want to put it down. I highly recommend this book.
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    Quick, fun read

    This story was a easy read. It was predictable but still fun. A short book, great to read in one sitting.
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    Quick summer read

    I'd give this 3 1/2 stars. It was a cute and very predictable easy read. Everyone was nice and the story moved along, but it wasn't very engaging, at least for me.
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    Schmaltzy

    Single and relatively happy about it Speech Pathologist (who knew that was a job!) Tricia is dreading the summer. Three wedding invitations already on the mantle and another three have just arrived, just what she needed. Still, her best friend Sean will be back by then and they have made a pact to attend as a couple so that they can both avoid the matchmaking and pitying looks from their loved up friends. It all goes awry when Sean suffers an accident just days before returning home to the States. Luckily for Tricia his older brother, Ryan, steps in to the breach and becomes her plus one - will this lead to true love for both of them? It doesn't sound too bad when you distill it down like that. Unfortunately the execution of both the plot and the characters left me feeling distinctly underwhelmed. I was so glad this was a short tale as I don't think I could have got much further than he 200 pages it purports to be on my eReader. There is no real story arc and it all becomes a bit this happens and then they kiss and then this happens and they become far more intimate, then we have a misunderstanding and they break up but awww they love each other so it doesn't stick. The characters are pretty flimsy so you don't really care about whether or not Tricia will get it together with Ryan, there isn't really any suspense as to whether it is Sean that she really loves. Quick and easy read that passes the time on a commute or when reading time is limited and you have one eye on the clock the whole time. Other than that I really wouldn't bother.
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