➦I am definitely a sucker for the “famous celebrity falling for a regular girl” trope. This book, however, was more just because it also had the “childhood friends to lovers” which I am even a bigger sucker for.
➦Saylor is struggling to keep her bakery afloat. It has been her dream and she is trying really hard to bring business in but a lot of people in town aren’t friendly. Why? Well, because Saylor has broken off an engagement to one of the rich douchebags in town and his momma ain’t happy. Biotch be talkin’ smack to her country club minions.
➦Soooo… To make matters worse her ex sends her an invite to his wedding. S’cuse me, I am just gonna dig up that award I have handy just for these occasions… ok, here it is:
➦Thankfully Saylor’s brother is a resourceful dude with some connections. Actually, just ONE connection. His best childhood friend is no other than Hayes Whitley – a movie super star. Hayes owes him a favor and you can guess that he will be repaying by taking Saylor to her ex fiance’s wedding. Surely once all the stuck-up rich people see Saylor on the arm of a celebrity they will accept her into their circle. Right?
➦Good question. But perhaps a more important question is this: will Saylor will agree to go to the wedding in the first place? See, Saylor and Hayes have a history – as in used to be dating history and him leaving her behind to go chase his career history. Like, not contacting her or saying good-byetype of history. What? I need that award again, please.
➦I really enjoyed the book and I will say yet again that I will read anything K. Bromberg writes in the future. 🙂 Her books have a good balance of humor, steam and angst. The characters were likable and well developed and by the end of the book I was a bit…
Happy tears though, people 🙂 so it’s all good! Definitely recommend 🙂