Accidental Honeymoon Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : November 5, 2020
- File size : 1723 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 348 pages
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- ASIN : B08MWY3J46
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,658 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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When Monica and Ray first meet they both feel an instant attraction only rivaled by their instant dislike of one another. They both bring a heavy dose of judgment of each other and neither puts their best foot forward(mostly Monica). Between miscommunications and false assumptions the angst stays strong even as circumstance keep forcing them closer and closer together in a silly and snowballing series of events.
MacLeod did a superb job of keeping the enemies portion of the story alive much longer than I expected without feeling like the characters shouldn’t be together, a usually difficult balance to find in this trope. MacLeod is the master of putting two characters together that are perfect for each other but would never give it a chance if not for some unbelievable set of circumstances that keep them together long enough to see what’s right in front of them.
The romance unfolded at a natural pace and felt organic and sweet. The attraction built steadily and was incredible to watch unfold. Monica has self confidence issues that make her seem cold and high maintenance when she is really sweet and caring. Ray is closed off and judgmental but with a heart of gold and an insane work ethic. Monica and Ray are a perfect fit and seamlessly balance one another out.
This story is sexy, funny, sweet, and all around a great read. MacLeod is one of my all time favorite authors and this story has everything I’ve come to expect from one of her books.
From all outward appearances, Ray dressed masculine in men’s buggy pants and plaid shirt. She was nothing like the women Monica was usually attracted to and neither was Monica who was uptight with a princess aura about her. Ray was burned by those same type of women in her previous relationships. She swore off getting involved with those demanding women. But after a series of accidental communication which caused others to think they were a couple, the women had to pretend to be an engaged couple in order to inherit Monica’s grandmother’s vineyard in central Massachusetts.
They characters were very likable and interesting. The dialogue was witty with some laugh at loud moments. The chemistry between the characters was evident enough though they fought to acknowledge it until later on in the story. It was a very nice slow burn romance. I enjoyed how Ray teased Monica to get a rise out of her. It was funny and entertaining.
Not only were the characters with their witty interactions engaging, but so was the author’s very vivid description of the setting. I felt like I was touring the vineyard yard or shopping at the many outdoor farmer markets with their own special crafts, wines, and food.
Overall, this was a thoroughly enjoyable story that will make you laugh and warm your heart.
The quippy dialogue and blunt honesty each character utilized is endearing and amusing - you can't help but have a big goofy smile on your face the entire time!
The fact they try to deny their attraction is frustrating as heck. Both characters are vulnerable and flawed, yet fit perfectly. You really end up rooting for them in the HEA they both try to sabotage.
My only complaint is I wanted more. I would love to check in with this couple again sometime!