There are bad hangovers, then there’s waking up married to your brother’s idiot friend.
On the trip of a lifetime, a drunken Wren and intoxicated Brody stumble upon a wedding ceremony and decide to tag along for the ride. But being spectators isn’t quite wild enough when you’ve got tequila in your toes, and before either of them can stop what they’re about to do, “We now pronounce you husband and wife.”
Once sober and home, the incompatible newlyweds try everything within their power to end their pantomime marriage. Unfortunately for them, the promise and vows they made to spend their life together now aren’t as easy to break as they’d once hoped.
Especially not when Brody starts to have a change of heart.
Book one in a new standalone series.
Sometimes a book comes along and wakes up all your senses and you just don't want it to end.
I loved absolutely everything about WAKING UP IN VEGAS, I mean hands up how many of you have read this sort of trope, I have read quite a few of these accidental drunken marriages while in Vegas and despite that this book was refreshing.
Brody is Wren's brothers best friends, they are a group of friends, who's parents are really close so they are the kind of friends who celebrate and attend everything together. Despite the closeness of them all Brody and Wren have never gotten on, they have digs and cat-fights with each other something that has gone on for years, Brody has always looked at Wren as his friends annoying little sister although he is only 3 years older than her.
One trip to Vegas celebrating Brody's birthday with the whole gang minus the parents changes everything for Brody and Wren. What starts off as their usual bickering and fighting relationship changes in the blink of a drunken night where they sneak off away from the rest of the group and wake up married. What happens in Vegas can sometimes bite you on the arse as Brody and Wren discover.
A fun read with lovable characters, an addictive plot containing highs, lows and hotness all leading to a hea, what more could you ask for? well, more of this for a start!.
I fell in love with the characters, the extended characters, their families, the whole dynamics and package of this book has me excited that this is a series and I can't wait to read more.
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