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    Rated 3.5 Stars

    The Worst Best Man started out great. It was funny and had me fully engaged. However the pettiness irritated me and became tiresome. It went downhill from there and never fully recovered what I initially loved about it. There were cute and sweet moments I enjoyed but overall it just didn't work for me. That said, I am looking forward to reading the next book.
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    The worst best man is actually a great guy

    Lina comes from a close knit Brazilian immigrant family and works as a wedding planner. Although she’s volatile and emotional by nature, she’s been teased by her family all her life for her inability control her emotions and has also had several costly emotional outbursts in the past, so now she tightly controls her emotions to the point that she appears to be emotionless and lacking empathy. When her safe fiancé breaks off the wedding on the day of, and blames the best man (his own brother), for advice that led to the break off, Lina immediately decides she hates the brother, Max. Three years later, when she runs into both brothers again and is forced to work with Max in order to secure a job as wedding planner for a prestigious hotel, we start to see why she reacts the way she does. Initially, I didn’t find Lina very sympathetic because it seemed like a case of shooting the messenger. She tries to keep Max at a distance, and his opinion of her is not particularly favorable either, but then both he and the reader start to see the real Lina, buried under layers of control. She’s warm and caring, just very wary of letting down her guard. I loved the way Max helped her feel safe enough to open up to him and the way she saw through his shell also. I loved all of the Brazilian culture woven into the book, and I also enjoyed the scenes where Lina was shown competently performing her job. Overall, a very good book, my first from this author, but I’ll definitely check out more of her books. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book from Netgalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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