The Wedding Date

Jasmine Guillory entertains with a wonderfully witty and romantic contemporary story in "The Wedding Date". From the first scene I was completely captivated with this fun and impulsive storyline. Alexa Monroe is a wonderful heroine. She’s successful in her career, passionate in her beliefs and cares abundantly for her friends and family. Drew Nichols charmed me as quickly as he did Alexa and then my opinion changed drastically, but he managed to swing me back again. I loved the chemistry between these two, I loved witnessing the developing relationship between them and I enjoyed seeing how they dealt with any obstacles or interferences. I enjoyed that race was a factor and that there were some circumstances because of this but that it wasn’t the main impediment to their happiness. I was drawn to the struggles they faced with their newfound feelings and their evolving relationship and how it impacted the existing relationships they currently had.

The Story: When Alexa Monroe finds herself stuck in an elevator with a sexy stranger she never dreams she’d end up being his wedding date which turns into his fake girlfriend and then morphs into something real that she just can’t define. Can anything come of this?

Book Blurb for The Wedding Date

A groomsman and his last-minute guest are about to discover if a fake date can go the distance in a fun and flirty debut novel.

Agreeing to go to a wedding with a guy she gets stuck with in an elevator is something Alexa Monroe wouldn't normally do. But there's something about Drew Nichols that's too hard to resist.

On the eve of his ex's wedding festivities, Drew is minus a plus one. Until a power outage strands him with the perfect candidate for a fake girlfriend...

After Alexa and Drew have more fun than they ever thought possible, Drew has to fly back to Los Angeles and his job as a pediatric surgeon, and Alexa heads home to Berkeley, where she's the mayor's chief of staff. Too bad they can't stop thinking about the other...

They're just two high-powered professionals on a collision course toward the long distance dating disaster of the century--or closing the gap between what they think they need and what they truly want...

Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2017 4.00