Jason is a cynical rich playboy.
He doesn’t take life seriously,
He doesn’t believe in settling down.
Eileen's thirtieth birthday is almost here.
But as always she's her parent’s afterthought.
Her family is too busy planning a shotgun wedding for her older sister—and she has to help.
It’s just another year where she’s overlooked.
But the best man is smoking hot and actually notices her and makes her feel special.
Jason doesn’t believe in commitment, but Eileen intrigues him.
She’s not the kind of girl he usually hooks up with.
She doesn’t even fall for his charm.
He’s made it his task to convince her that he’s not the shallow man she thinks he is.
But can Jason give up his playboy lifestyle to become what Eileen needs?
Not really a deep story. Good plot, but just not fleshed out enough. I felt there where holes in the story, like there should be more to it. Stopped in the middle the flow just stopped.35
Not sure of story at the beginning. Was to slow, but I kept reading hoping it would come together. The family with the spoiled, daughter. How she was enabled by her mother and of course her sister, so sad. Did like The “He” in story and of course the ending. TY45
I read it in a couple hours and felt like it happened to me, I loved it . Now to read more, who is this author?55
Good book, I recommend it.35
okay i actually love this book. i love the vocabulary, the description, the emotion, the excitement. i loved it, but there is alot of flashacks and they get confusing, if im honest i had to skip through some. they do add to the story but i dont think theyre all that important. they also need a warning before, so that were more aware of what’s happening. but overall i love this book45
I loved this book , it had a story that makes you believe there is love out there for those that had their love shattered . Jason had been stood up at the alter and was a not a believer in love anymore until he met Eileen . Eileen had always been put aside by her parents in favor of her sister . While working on the shotgun marriage of two relatives his cousin and her sister . These two find each other and a HEA.55
I read so many books, sometimes I forget the authors and how they write, and accidentally choose another one. This one evidently loves the “F” word because she uses it a lot. I got to page 59 and quit.15
I like this book to a certain degree. The pace is awkward at best. If you’re going to do a flashback then at least warn the reader so their not confused on what is going on. There were multiple times that I was lost reading this book and multiple times I wanted to stop. The only reason I didn’t is because I wanted to see if she would stand up for herself or just stay in the corner like a little mouse and be ran over continually by her family. It could be better. There’s a part in the book where it goes from the wedding to Eileen meeting Jason’s family on a random Sunday (before or after the wedding, no idea) then back to the wedding with no warning! It’s confusing!25
A good story. I got a little confused on the timing of some of the chapters and would have liked to hear that her mom & dad grew up too, but they were probably too self absorbed to do that. Sounded like Charlie made great strides and that was good. I wish them their happy ever after.45
This is the second rom-com story that Claudia Burgoa has written, and what can I say—I LOVED IT!!! This is definitely one of the greatest ones I have read so far. It is fun, witty banter, embarrassingly hilarious situations, lots of steeeamy romance, and moments of heartbreak. I found myself at times laughing so hard and other times using profanity at one character that my husband thought I had lost it a bit. Jason Spearman is a very handsome playboy, who was considered to be cold-hearted, but there was a reason why after what he went through, but actually he is very charismatic, charming, uses facetious remarks, and he definitely was not ready for a committed relationship and to fall in love. Eileen McBean is twenty-six, a physical therapist, and graduating with her PhD degree on her birthday. Her family treats her like a long lost child. When you meet her older sister, Charlie, you will understand why I used profanity. Eileen met Jason at her parent’s home, where he was in attendance to help his cousin Marek, the groom, and a world class disaster. Eileen and Jason gets railroaded into planning a wedding of no return for her certifiable sister—the bridezilla! That’s enough to drive anyone crazy. Read about Eileen and Jason’s journey while planning this bridezilla wedding, and how they each have their imperfections to deal with but their journey makes them realize that they can overcome anything and any impediments. You get a chance to see the progression of their love. Claudia Burgoa’s books will be salacious with an engrossing love story, interesting plots and dialogues with strong conflicts, artfully developed main characters, and they will keep you reading to the end to find out what happened—they will pique your interest and drawn you in. The storylines are fluid, and they will pique your interest. HIGHLY recommend this book.55