Review: The Bridesmaid and The Bachelor by Kris Fletcher
The Bridesmaid and The Bachelor
(Calypso Falls #0.5)
Author: Kris Fletcher
Published: November 25, 2016
Genre: Romance, Contemporary
In this all-new contemporary romance series, the five Elias sisters of Calypso Falls, New York, discover that love sometimes arrives in surprising ways…
The bride may be the one to wear a veil, but this time it’s the bridesmaid who has something to hide. Kyrie Elias has agreed to pretend to be her twin sister in a friend’s big fat Vegas wedding. Pulling off this deception could mean a chance at love for her sister and the forgiving of a loan Kyrie needs to save her struggling coffee shop back in Calypso Falls. But she didn’t count on the wedding party including gorgeous groomsman Ben Sitka, the sexy scientist who came close to stealing her heart two years ago.
Ben would know Kyrie anywhere. The electric connection between them is something she can’t disguise, and something he’s never forgotten—not since she ran out on him after a week of bliss. Now he vows to give this bridesmaid a reason to blush. He’s willing to keep the secret of her true identity, but he’s also determined to expose her true feelings for him, hoping that Kyrie will come to see that the person she’s most deceiving is herself.
Includes an exclusive preview of the debut novel in the Calypso Falls series, Life of the Party.
The Bridesmaid And The Bachelor has a lot of potentials. The writing was good, however, it wasn’t good enough to be engaging. Most of the scenes were dull and boring which failed to hold my attention all throughout the book.
I loved that the book has a second chance romance trope but I found the characters, the plot, and the whole story rather difficult to connect with. The only thing I’m happy about was its length which was short. I would have struggled to finish it if it weren’t for its fast pacing.
(An ARC was provided by InterMix and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.)
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