Sunday, December 22, 2019

#ARCREVIEW: The Best Man Problem by Mariah Ankenman (Mile High Happiness #2)

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The Best Man Problem
Release Date: January 20th, 2020
Format: egalley*
My Rating:  
GoodReads ★ Amazon B & N


Lilly Walsh is used to keeping things buttoned-up and aboveboard. After all, the last time she hooked up with someone in a wedding party, it nearly cost her her wedding planning business. Thankfully, those rules don’t apply when she meets a handsome stranger in a hotel bar. One bad pirate joke leads to the best night of her life, but come morning, she’s got a wedding to plan.

Lincoln Reid never imagined he’d see the woman who rocked his world last night and then ran out on him ever again. But there she is, planning his best friend’s wedding with the same passion and drive that brought him to his knees. She’s adamant that wedding planner and best man can never mix, but that just means he’s got four weeks to make her see him as more than just a one-night guy. Because he’s itching for more than one night...or five, or ten
I read the first book in Mariah Ankenman's Mile High Happiness series, The Best Friend Problem and thought it was a cute romance. The same went for book two, The Best Man Problem. The second book is about Lilly, she is a cautious woman who is a bit closed off. And Lincoln, and man she has a one-night stand with and ends up being the best man to the wedding she is working on!! Lilly doesn't mix business with pleasure anymore (for reasons) and Lincoln got his heart broken, so the two are kind of both closed off, so it was fun to watch these two dummies finally figure things out!
I really understood why Lilly was the way she was. I really felt for her childhood with a mother who just didn't seem to really care about being a mom, but about finding her own happiness. That's really hard on a kid. So I really got why Lilly didn't think true love was a real thing. Also, what happened before to affect their business makes sense too.

I also felt for Lincoln because he had his heart broken by his ex-wife. So it made sense he didn't want anything serious, but I was also like, "Okay, why are you chasing this lady who is looking for serious commitment?" Don't worry, he was just confused. 

This one was cute and it has a HEA, so that is always great to read. If you want a cute, short romance book to read with low-to-medium heat level, I definitely recommend this one.

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