Format: .mobi (A copy of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley for the purpose of an honest review. )
Release Date: June 9, 2014
She has a plan. He’s about to change it.
Regan Wakefield is a headhunter in both name and personality: driven, motivated, and unafraid to pursue what—and who—she wants. Naturally, she’s thrilled when her friend’s wedding offers her an opportunity to score Logan McCade, the practically perfect best man. Unfortunately, groomsman Brock McNeil keeps getting in her way, riling her up in the most delicious of ways. But Brock’s smooth southern charm isn’t part of the plan…so how exactly did they end up having searing-hot sex?
Regan may pretend the erotic electricity sparking between them is merely a distraction, but Brock knows better. She refuses to see beyond the devil-may-care façade he presents to the world, while he sees straight through hers. Changing her mind—and getting under her skin—is a challenge he can’t resist. And when he wins, Brock will do whatever it takes to convince Regan that the best man for her is him.
Regan is bold, daring, and used to going after what she wants so when her friend’s wedding gives her the opportunity to pursue best man Logan McCade, Regan is determined to win him over. Unfortunately, she wasn’t counting on groomsman Brock McNeil getting in her way with his southern charm. He’s definitely not what Regan wants yet they end up having what she thinks is a “one and done.” Except Brock knows that the chemistry between them is something different and is just as determined to prove it to Regan as she is to forget they ever spent the night together. What results is a battle of wills with a side of red hot chemistry thrown in for fun. Oh, and shenanigans. Lots and lots of shenanigans going on between the rest of the bridal party.
So, by the end of Seducing the Bridesmaid I had it all figured that I missed previous books in a connecting series. Lo and behold, the Wedding Dare series! Okay so I liked the setting of Seducing the Bridesmaid and the fact that it takes place at the same time as the rest of the books in the series so if you read all the books in the series you get to see some of the events of each book from a different perspective. It all makes sense in the end.
Brock is the Southern charmer with a talent for getting on Regan’s last nerve. Regan’s a little uptight about just everything. I liked how opposite these two were and how they clashed in the little things but as the story goes on they find a few things that they can agree on. I do think Brock put up with a lot of crap from Regan and I don’t know if that makes him a sucker or a guy who accepts that his dream woman is less than perfect and has the tendency to lash out verbally when she feels cornered. Not going to lie, Regan could be mean at times towards Brock but again, he was so persistent with her that she felt cornered and was in denial about her feelings. I didn’t always agree with how she handled Brock. Guys have feelings too Regan!!! I couldn’t dislike her though, Regan was independent, and actually she was cast into a role that is reserved for men most of the time: Aloof, somewhat brooding, and totally in charge. It was a nice reversal that put a different spin on the romance.
Brock and Regan didn’t look like they had much to go on besides an insane physical attraction to one another but Robert used that to give these two characters a chance to develop something more lasting. It wasn’t an easy fix and Regan put up one hell of a fight which at times could be tiring but definitely made the ending worthwhile.
Final Verdict: Brazen and Katee Robert together don’t disappoint. Brock and Regan had plenty of heat together and with their friends thrown in, there was plenty of hijinks and laughter to be had.
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