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Libby is the woman who is afraid of commitment, as a result of a traumatic upbringing, still believes in the curse and dreams of finding her soulmate. Noah is a straight up player with no plans to settle down, and as it turns out has some emotional demons of his own. Libby and Noah became fast friends and it took Libby's wedding to someone else to show him just how he really felt.
The hilarity and adventures that ensue after Libby runs out of her wedding left me loving these two as a couple. Noah's change is swoon-worthy when he realizes that he loves Libby and what he'll do to make her happy and give her all the time she needs to see that he's the one also....little does he know Libby is having some of the same revelations.
And of course the book wouldn't be complete without the cast of characters we know and love from the other books, especially Gram and Nana Ruby, who doesn't love those two! I really love that that this book rounded out the three friends and their HEAs, Denise saved the best for last and you won't want to miss it!
Libby actually asked her boyfriend Mitch to marry her. She had then set out and created her entire wedding by herself. After all, she only had a few days before her birthday. She had even convinced Blair and Megan that she was sincere in marrying Mitch. However, at the wedding, she ran out of the church and jumped in a car which was just entering. Her friend Noah was driving. He took her away from the church and they ended up at a diner in Junction City, Kansas, far from the church. Noah convinced her to eat and then took her to Walmart to purchase something to wear instead of her wedding gown. From here, they set out for a road trip to wherever they ended up.
This book is so much fun to read. Libby and Noah definitely do not do things the way others do.
Libby is about to make the biggest mistake of her life, but her birthday is coming up and surely the curse will save her...or will it?
I've been shipping Libby and Noah since The Substitute. No two characters have ever seemed so destined for eachother, and I have absolutely loved watching their relationship grow throughout the series.
Libby and Noah are equally the titular gambler, and I was engrossed in the novel instantaneously, enjoying their exploits and growing feelings. What could have come off as a very tired and cliché premise was fleshed out in such a way that I found myself, even when I knew what was coming next, really rooting for it to happen.
The series is wrapped up beautifully, and while I understand it was a trilogy, I really think Gram needs her own novel now. She's a supporting character I can really support! there wasn't nearly enough of her wisdom and crazy antics to satisfy me!
Blair and Megan both have their moments, and show what lifelong friends they are. Libby is lucky to have women like them in her life. We should all be so lucky.
Overall, I'm highly satisfied with the conclusion to the series, and with the romance I've been waiting for since book one!
Libby is all too determine to make sure that she is married by her 30th birthday, plus trying to fulfilled a pact that she and her friends made years ago.
Noah is head over heels for Libby, he's made it clear but to Libby she's worry that they'll lose the great relationship they have right now. But Noah is determine to show Libby just how perfect they are for each other.
Noah comes to the rescue (kind of) but Libby could care less, all she wants is OUT. Out of this wedding and out of Kanas city . . . for the meantime.
The two go on an expedite journey, it lands them in Vegas and Vegas is a sin city and many chapels.
I enjoyed this book, Noah and Libby are characters that are running away from their true feelings with a little convincing and a little risk. They learn that what they were looking for were right in front of them.
Sometime a little journey is all that you need in order to figure out what you are truly looking for.