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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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    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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    Great Enemies to Lovers Romance

    When I saw the cover and read the synopsis for The Unhoneymooners I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. Not only was it a funny and entertaining enemies to lovers romance, but it also had so much heart. I loved how important the bonds of family (for better and for worse) were in this story. Olive's family especially was such a treat and I really enjoyed this glimpse into the Mexican-American family. Ethan and Olive did some serious verbal sparring through this book and they really lived up to the "enemies" portion of the trope. They each gave as good as they got and I loved their banter and back and forth. The forced proximity trope is always a fun one and seeing Ethan and Olive's impression of the other evolve and change as they spend more time together was wonderful. It's amazing how one look or moment can change the course of an entire relationship. As much as I enjoyed The Unhoneymooners, I can't say that I completely loved it. I think a lot of that has to do with Ethan. He certainly had some swoony moments, but honestly I'm still a little unsure how I feel about him. I don't want to be too spoilery, but mistakes are definitely made by both Ethan and Olive and a decision late in the book had me wanting to throw my kindle across the room. I understand family loyalty, but it still hurt my heart so much. I think it really colored my opinion of Ethan and Olive's relationship and caused me to not feel the "to lovers" part of the trope one hundred percent. I think having Ethan's POV sprinkled into the story would have been really helpful in understanding his character better. The epilogue left me smiling though and really brought the book full circle. Overall, this was a great read and I'm already looking forward to the next Christina Lauren adventure! *I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book*
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    Fun, flirty and entertaining!

    **I voluntarily read an early copy of this title courtesy of NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review** The Unhoneymooners written by the awesome writing duo Christina Lauren was an entertaining, fun, flirty read! It also had its emotional, both good and bad, and heartwarming moments as well. Olive Torres is an identical twin and while she and her sister look exactly alike, that is where their similarities end. Olive has always felt like she was unlucky. It always seems that when something negative happens she is the common denominator, whereas her twin, Ami, has luck to spare. Ami was able to win nearly everything, including the honeymoon, for her wedding. When Olive learns she's going to have to deal with her nemesis, Ethan Thomas, the best man and brother of the groom, she's not thrilled. She's known Ethan for years, but she won't ever forget one of the first times they met and how he's brushed her off since that time. On the day of Ami and Dane's wedding, everyone in attendance at the reception, with the exception of Olive and Ethan, end up with food positioning, meaning the bride and groom can't take the all inclusive honeymoon they had won. When Ami suggests that Olive and Ethan take the honeymoon in she and Dane's place, they originally think it's a crazy idea, but knowing what it would mean to the couple, they suck it up and decide to go. While the trip to Maui starts off with a boatload of tension, as Ethan and Olive begin to get to know one another they realize that the original idea they had about one another was actually one big misunderstanding. As they grow closer, Ethan shares information with Olive that makes her mind race and leaves her extremely conflicted. Olive is forced to examine many of the relationships in her life, not to mention the very new one she is forming with Ethan. As we move through the book, Olive is challenged and is given the opportunity to really take a look at her life and the things she has always thought were important. She is able to grow from the things she has to face and the tough decisions she has to make. In the end she is happy with the person she becomes, which is awesome to see. As I said at the outset, this was a fun, flirty and entertaining romance. Christina Lauren did a great job with it and I enjoyed it very much.
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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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