Erin Dutton’s books have been a bit of a hit and miss for me but after reading ‘Capturing forever’ that changed completely as I loved that book. This is not as good as the previous one but it’s entertaining enough.
The main characters meet in uncomfortable circumstances as Rachel walks into her best friend Violet about to have sex with Faith, Violet’s wedding planner. From there onwards, Rachel decides to keep an eye on them to avoid Violet cheating on her future husband. Eventually Rachel and Faith’s own attraction starts to grow. Will they be able to move past their false start and learn to trust in each other? While the start of the book is an odd setting for a romance, the author manages to produce a sweet, slow-burn relationship between them. There is an amount of drama and angst but I think the author balances it well within the plot. As a bonus, the reader can catch up with the lives of Jacqueline and Casey from Dutton’s ‘Capturing forever’.
Overall, an entertaining read with a bit of drama at the side. 4 stars.
ARC provided by the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.