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I would've liked this story to focus a little more on Lex and Leo's love story but it was still pretty good, and in the end I liked them together. They were first loves when they were kids but after some heartbreak went their separate ways. It was the love that you never really forget, and maybe never really get over.
Lex moved on and thought she found her fairytale, but her prince turned out to be a toad, and not in a good way! He even had a wicked witch for a mother as it turns out. And she is something!
Lex is surprised when Leo walks back into her life. He wants her back, but she doesn't know if she can trust him with her heart again.
Where will their story end?
Some of the antics got a little crazy, but in the end I enjoyed the book and I'm looking forward to the other's in the series. It's definitely worth a read in my opinion and I'll keep Niecey Roy on my author's TBR list.
Awesome hero, annoying, TSTL heroine, lame, crazy plot. My 2.5 stars are all for Leo.
Alexis Gonecki believed in fairy tales and weddings until minutes before her own “fairy tale wedding” was to take place. Her Mother-in-law to be stepped into her dressing room and tore her ideals to shreds. Alexis knew Deborah and Gerard Buchanan didn’t think she was good enough for their son Jeremy; but she really thought they had put this behind them. It turns out she was wrong. Deborah was concerned with Gerard’s run for the Senate and was determined he would win. That is why she let this marriage go on; it was too late to back out. However, she had a document she intended for Alexis to sign before the marriage. The document was an agreement that Alexis and Jeremy would pose as a blissful couple until after the election, then they would get an annulment. In return, Alexis would be paid and Jeremy would not lose his inheritance. Since she was marrying for love, Alexis had already signed a prenup and didn’t see the need for this one. However, once she found out Jeremy had signed it and Deborah threatened to destroy her business and her father’s, her “fairy tale wedding” bubble burst. She signed and in a daze went ahead with her wedding. However, just before the vows, she ran out of the church and away from Jeremy. She couldn’t lie to her priest.
After a couple of weeks of allowing her to mope, her twin sister Gen and best friend Roxanna forced her to go out with them. Her first love and first broken heart, Leo Moss, appeared at the bar too. With her, they all witnessed Deborah giving an interview on television. In her interview, she placed all the blame for the fiasco on Alexis. She trashed her on television and trashed her bridal boutique, Once Upon a Time, as well. They managed to get a drunk Alexis home.
She remembered her honeymoon which she would still have to pay for. A trip to the Caribbean is just what she needs so she heads out on her honeymoon alone. She intended to enjoy a drunken time in a beautiful place. What she didn’t plan on was her family sending Leo after her for security. He stayed with her while she grieved.
Once back home, she has to deal with Deborah and her schemes to bring Alexis and her business down as well as protect her family. She enlists Leo’s help and finds herself closer to him than ever. Can she defeat Deborah and save her own business and her father’s? What part does Leo play? Why is Jeremy trying to get in touch with her?
On the plus side, the editing is very clean with a refreshing lack of typos and grammatical errors.
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