- File Size: 877 KB
- Print Length: 217 pages
- Publisher: Swerve (January 30, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 30, 2018
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072C8C2C5
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #219,988 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Icing on the Cake: A Wild Wedding Novel (Wild Wedding Series) Kindle Edition
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I loved Cassie from the get go, she's a breath of fresh air. She's hard working, sweet, and she has a certain naivete about her. Hank is in need of a normal life, a woman who sees him for who he is on the inside instead of his position in the world. There's no doubt that Cassie and Hank hit it off and they are what the other needs, they worked for me because they are two relatable characters (yes, even when he really belongs to a monarchy, he gives us a very human, very real side of him.)
It was a delight to see some of the characters from the first book interact with Cassie and Hank. The secondary characters infused a touch of humor to an all ready pretty perfect story, specially Olivia.
While I thoroughly enjoyed, the book, it left me wanting a bit more at the end. I was hoping that we would've seen more or the what happens after. I'm not giving many details away because despite my opinion, this is a book worth reading. Sweet, romantic, sexy and all around highly delectable, Icing on the Cake is one story you need to read.
In this edition of the series Cassie is helping to cater her brother’s wedding when a man walks into the shop looking for directions. Henry is a prince who had attended college with Cassie’s brother and wanted to spend the weekend without the paparazzi stalking him so he decided to use the name “Hank”.
When Hank meets Cassie he is immediately taken with her and the chemistry between the two flies off the charts. After some wild moments together Hank knows he needs to come clean about his true identity but keeps being held back from doing so but both Hank and Cassie find themselves quickly falling for one another.
I’ve read both books in this series and find them a nice combination of funny moments mixed with incredibly steamy ones. The couple coming together in this installment were both nice characters however I’m not a huge fan of the identity deception trope so this brings in my lower rating on this one. The book was still fun overall but I can’t help but always wish the character in question would just man up and tell the truth sooner.
I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.
Cassie is getting ready to open her own cupcake shop in the heart of Chicago. But first, she has to make it through her brother’s wedding weekend in Georgia. She’s rented out the local bakery kitchen to make a zillion cupcakes, the groom’s cake, and the wedding cake as a present for her brother and future sis-in-law. She is focused on the task at hand and has no designs on breaking her dry streak in the sheets. Cassie’s plan doesn’t go exactly they way she wanted, but adding a devilishly handsome European male to the mix was more than welcomed.
Prince Henry decided he would like to lay low for the weekend and has convinced his security team to stay to the shadows while he plays the part of Hank Green, college roommate of the groom. After more than a few grumbles, his team agrees and they check in to a B&B that just happens to be located above the bakery Cassie is working out of. While asking for directions, sparks fly between Cassie and Hank. Things get more than a little crazy as the couple connects physically and emotionally.
Hank was a hard sell for me. On the surface, he seemed like a womanizing playboy. Walker quickly turned him around into the handsome man with a heart of gold walled in by a devastating past. Hank lets Cassie break down that wall while she finds her wild side instead of working herself to the bone. Cassie was easier for me to love. She and I shared a devotion to cupcakes of any combination. Walker should’ve included some recipes with this novel so I can whip up some of Cassie’s delicacies. Alas, I will just have to find some of my own, but reading about them saved me more than a few calories.
If you are looking for a witty romance with a panty-melting prince and a vivacious cupcake darling, Icing on the Cake is the novel for you!
This was my first time reading Walker’s work. While this was the second book in the Wild Weddings series, I never felt lost so can be read as a stand alone. If after reading you want to know more about Cassie’s BFF, Olivia, and billionaire Cole, run to read their story in Black Tie Optional.
I received this book for free. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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