Today's my stop for the review tour for Robyn Neeley's Destination Wedding! (My post is a bit late today, because I've been having internet problems, but I'm back online.)
Author: Robyn Neeley
Publisher: Crimson Romance
Publication Date: 10 June 2013
Wedding planner Kate Ashby’s fear of flying is eased by a sexy stranger and one slow lip lock that rockets her into another obit.
CEO Luke Cannon has just traded seats with his identical twin. Little did he know that an innocent kiss while pretending he was his brother would soon create havoc.
What happens in the air doesn’t stay up there. Once on tropical land, Kate believes that the handsome stranger who gave her the best kiss of her life is now her new client, Drew Cannon, fiancé to the beautiful and wealthy Lauren Kincaid. While Kate struggles with the intense feelings she thinks she has for Drew, Luke discovers Kate’s been hired to plan his brother’s destination wedding. He also realizes the initial sparks they shared 30,000 feet up are now mistakenly aimed at Drew.
Can Luke get Kate to realize that the feelings she has are for him? He’s got forty-eight hours in paradise to try.
Wedding planner, Kate Ashby is facing her fear of flying, and heading to Hawaii to plan the wedding that's going to make her partner. On the flight, a gorgeous stranger calms her down with a scorching kiss, but he's gone when they land. When she meets the groom for the Hawaiian wedding, she thinks he's the man she locked lips with...but it was actually his twin brother, Luke, who pretended he was Drew...
Luke can't believe the woman he kissed is his brother's wedding planner, and now she thinks the sparks they felt were between her and Drew.
This was a really fun and cute romance, set in a tropical paradise. Kate is a very successful wedding planner, but is starting to feel the loneliness of her empty love life, even her fur-babies can't fill that void. She's a total klutz, but she's sweet and and a fun female lead.
Luke is about to become the CEO of the family company, and is Drew's identical twin. He's really rather romantic and sweet, and has taken on the role of the responsible 'older' brother. I loved all of his attempts to make Kate realise the connection they had- and not with Drew.
Their romance was sweet, and they had an instant spark. The real sexiness happens behind closed doors, but it doesn't take away from their romance.
The secondary characters also added laughs, and conflict to this story. Miles was fab, as Kate's gay assistant. He's a lot of fun, the best friend that everyone wants!
I really enjoyed this all the way through, but I didn't love the ending. All the stuff with Olivia (Luke's ex), at the end, threw me off. I was just like...what....But apart from that, it's a fun, light-hearted romance abundant in misunderstandings and mistaken identities!
*I received a review copy for my honest review. Thank you!
About the Author
Robyn Neeley is an East Coaster who loves to explore new places; watches way more reality TV than she cares to admit; can’t live without Dunkin Donuts coffee and has never met a cookie she didn’t like. If you have a must read romance suggestion or a fabulous cookie recipe, she wants to know. Visit her at robynneeley.com
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