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- Print Length: 368 pages
- Publication Date: March 11, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07B8JSRVL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #160 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Two Wedding Crashers (The Dating by Numbers Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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“Sometimes, you have to hold on to the things that tried to tear you down, because it’s good to be reminded why you’re going to succeed.”
Damn, I knew Beck’s story was going to be a good one and Meghan Quinn did not disappoint. Two Wedding Crashers is book two in the Dating by Numbers series, the first being, Three Blind Dates. Beck does appear in the first and while it is not a necessity to read this book first I can highly recommend it as it gives you a great insight into Beck and another character coming up in book three. Yes, this book was all Meghan Quinn, it was fun, I had many, many laughs but this book was also very, very deep. This book tackled a few hard subjects which made her characters honest, real and understandable. Second chances are called second chances for a reason. Everyone deserves one, it just up to them to take it, treasure it and not screw it up.
“Rylee is the first woman I’ve spoken to about my background. She’s the first woman to lift me up, to make me want to strive to be more, to be better than I already am. She’s a once-in-a-lifetime person, Zoey. Believe me, I’ve been through the gauntlet. She makes me happy and she gives me hope for a bright future. I want to hold on to that for as long as I live.”
I had tears of laughter reading this book, but I also had tears of emotion. Meghan Quinn packs an emotional punch as some tough subjects are brought to the fore and pulled at every single emotional bone in my body. Both our hero and heroine have baggage…a lot of baggage. Neither want to put themselves out there, both for different reasons, but from the moment that these two met there was a spark, a spark that our heroine tried to blow out at every opportunity, but this spark had a hero behind it that had stamina (in more ways than one), one that was determined to morph this little spark to a fully-fledged inferno.
Our heroine, Rylee, is a famous author and is suffering from the worst case of writer’s block she has ever had. Rylee has lost her mojo, in more ways than one and despair is the only constant that keeps her busy. Her author best friends stage an intervention…a trip to Key West to crash a wedding. Feeling that this could be the rejuvenation she desperately needs, Rylee reluctantly agrees and gets way more than she bargained for.
“What you had wasn’t magical vacation mode, it was deeper than that.”
Beck has always been intriguing, our leather wearing, motorcycle riding, clammed up tight, broody yet enigmatic blind date wannabe. After reading Three Blind Dates I couldn’t wait for his story. I desperately wanted to know the man behind the façade. I wanted to know what had ruined him for all other women and Meghan Quinn didn’t disappoint.
“You are a product of second chances in life, and you’re taking that second chance and turning it into something beautiful.”
The antics, the hilarity, the dialogue was simply perfect, something that Meghan Quinn never fails to deliver in any of her books. However, in this book, she brings emotion and she packs one heck of an emotional punch. The character connection was on point, these two damaged people come to life before your eyes, breathing life into one and other, yet one still caught up on what they can’t do, rather than what they can…which ultimately means the most. No unnecessary drama, fairly low on angst, but when the angst does come it is needed and only adds to this story.
“Beck wanted something different. And that something different won’t ever include me.”
I adored Beck and Rylee. These two were both fantastic characters that deserved their happy ever after and with some fantastic secondary characters this book has something for everyone. Another well written winner from Meghan Quinn.
Rylee is crashing the wedding with her friend who is invited and her friend's husband, along with the third friend who is part of their little writing group. Rylee is a romance writer who has kind of lost her "mojo" She can't quite write about romance, she hasn't had any, nor sex, for awhile, and it is totally stifling her creativity. We hear that she's had a hard year, but it isn't until later in the book, in a very pivotal moment between Rylee and Beck, that we find out why her year has been such a rough one.
Of course as you may guess, Rylee and Beck do have fun, and while both set out to just have fun, Beck begins to think he wants more with her. There is something about Rylee that tells him maybe she is the one. But he has his own past, and his own issues, which we learn about pretty quickly in the story.
So many cute parts of this story. Go ahead, I dare you not to google baby red pandas when they do in the book. (Although I still say baby dachshunds are way cuter). There's a part when Beck is telling Rylee everything he's going to do to her when they get back to the room, and she doesn't hear a word because she's suddenly been struck with inspiration for a new story. When he realizes she didn't hear anything, he just lets her go on and tells her she'll just be surprised later. And then there were the tears at the end, when her situation hit really close to home with me and my own situation.
Only one complaint, she mentions her "inner goddess". No, just no. Don't go there. :-) Anyway, you need to read this series, you don't have to read them in order, although it was nice to know Beck a bit from the first one. And now I am looking forward to book three and who it will be about.
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