My Rating: 4 Stars
Series: Yes, Wedding Dare #4.
Sex Scenes: Yes.
Subject: Finding that person that makes everything perfect.
A sexy category romance by Entangled’s Brazen imprint…
How far can one favour go…
Logan McCade arrives at his best friend’s wedding overworked and in desperate need of a vacation, only to discover his best man duties have been…expanded. He must coax Colton’s sister out of her shell, or risk her hiding in her room all week. Logan figures he can handle one introverted bridesmaid, but he’s not expecting how much he enjoys “handling” Sophie…or how much she enjoys being handled.
Socializing has never been web designer Sophie Brooks’s strong suit, but she’s determined to shed her wallflower image and embrace the “New Sophie”—a feat made easier with the supremely sexy Logan McCade tempting her to explore all her forbidden fantasies. If she’s not careful, she just might fall for the best man.
Sophie’s sweet, sexy, and delectably awkward demeanor brings much-needed calm to Logan’s hectic life. With the nuptials only days away, Logan is forced to face the possibility that his favor to a friend might have become something else entirely…and that he’s not willing to let Sophie go. Ever.
Book given by Netgalley for an honest review.
This book is #4 in the Wedding dare series, but can be read as a standalone, though now that I met these amazing characters I want to read all of their stories!!
The plot was beautiful! Sweet and awkward Sophie gets together with sexy adventurous Logan in her brother's wedding and things couldn't be better or hotter.
They are a perfect match and the best part is, that he makes her a better version of herself, not different though, he just sets her free so she can be who she really is without being afraid.
Sophie's issues with herself where hard to read about, because on some level, I used to have the same ones, and I think most of us do, so that's one of the reasons this book hit close to home.
Apart from the happy and funny moments the author writes about a really difficult subject, which is people's self-esteem issues and misconceptions of their own selves based on what some morons have told them or bullied them about. Since you are young you start to create a concept about what's good and bad, nice and ugly and perfect or imperfect; and people's opinions usually have a huge weight on defining that.
In the book Sophie struggles to understand her worth and really see herself as the beautiful woman she really is, and that's when Logan comes in. He gives her the confidence to fight her own demons, but in the end, she is the one who need to understand her true worth and fight for what she loves.
Amazing read !