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Better At Weddings Than You (Chic Manila) (Volume 9) Paperback – April 8, 2017
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I can always count on Mina Esguerra to level up her game and make sure that the cliched insta-love wouldn't make readers cringe. Daphne and Aaron may have met a few days before spending their "honeymoon" together, but this kind of relationship is slow-burning and intoxicating. I wouldn't mind getting a backrub from Aaron Trinidad on our first date, mind you.
Better At Weddings Than You is such a fun read; I had a grin on my face nearly the whole time I was reading it. Daphne isn't your typical lady-in-waiting, she's smart, defined and professional on the outside, and a one hot dynamite inside the bedroom. Aaron needs all the help he can get when it comes to planning a wedding; but he's an expert in the honeymoon phase. Go figure.
I always found Esguerra's writing very captivating. I love how she engages the reader from the beginning and allows to connect with the characters until the end. This isn't my first book by the author, and it definitely isn't the last.
P.S. I am still not over Helen. Dammit.
I absolutely love the pace of the story and how there wasn't much angst in it, because I really needed something sweet and lowkey fluffy. Daphne, the female lead, is very straightforward and has a strict no-BS-policy that she implements in her relationships with the people in her life and I loved that about her. She also managed to make me laugh all the time during her internal monologues.
Aaron was such a swoon-worthy hero!! A hot, tattoo-ed guy with long curly hair? Sign me up please. He's super sweet and just a genuinely nice guy and, in my opinion, an excellent reprieve from most of the broody guys that are present in a lot of books.
Their story unfolded so nicely and I had a seriously good time reading this! I can't wait to get started on the other books in the series.
I really enjoyed this. The pace was just right, tension not dragging for too long. The banter was amusing; they both came off as confident, but the dialogue made sure they didn't sound alike. Also made me crave for Jalapeno Cheetos (among other things).
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