- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1604 KB
- Print Length: 238 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ashlee Mallory (27 Nov. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077GGD944
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #725,865 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I loved this story so much! It was fun and sexy and I cried a few tears too. I can't wait for more in this series!!
Anna Blake has lived her life believing that she didn't need anyone and that what people thought of her didn't matter. For her, the most hurtful part of her life has been knowing that she had a wealthy father who refused to acknowledge her existence until it was revealed in his will. Suddenly, the world knows who she is and she has a new younger half-sister pestering her to become a part of her life. Anna's life has definitely not turned out the way she would have liked. Instead of writing for The New York Times or LA Times, she's working as a gossip reporter for The Daily Rundown and her new family and future in-laws are her editor’s top 10 must have celebrities. In order to save her job, Anna has to attend her sister Janie’s wedding and uncover any and all dirty, juicy details of the attendees. Anna shows up with one goal in mind, saving her job. To do so, she must survive the week, befriend everyone, and then stab them in the back. See, none of this is making Anna one of my favorite people. However, Anna wasn't prepared for the past as much as she thought she was.
Nick seems to have had to carry the weight of the world on his shoulders from an early age. He’s part of a political dynasty. He doesn't seem to be fully jaded by his life so far, but he also doesn't seem to be truly happy. He’s sitting on information that could and will shake up the California political scene, but he has to keep it under wraps until after his younger brother gets married. Not only does Nick have to make sure the week of Dax and Janie’s wedding runs smoothly and that everything is perfect, he has to try and avoid his ex, Janie's best friend. But things for Nick get a little more complicated when Janie's new sister shows up and turns out to be his high school archenemy and the person who almost single-handedly ruined his high school student body political career. None other than Anna Blake. Nick doesn't trust that Anna is there for the right reasons and the two strike a deal. Anna will play the perfect maid of honor. She will partake in all of the nauseating activities Janie has planned and put on a happy face while doing so. And she will make sure her sister has a fairy tale wedding. In return, Nick will give her an exclusive interview including what’s next for him.
As the two play at playing nice, they discover that their high school animosity was merely hiding their feelings for each other. As the two navigate the pre-wedding events, they find themselves falling in love. Unfortunately, someone isn’t happy with this turn of events and will do whatever it takes to use their insecurities against them.
Crazy for the Best Man was a fun story with really good characters. While it may be a little predictable, it did leave me with a smile on my face.
**Received a copy from the author and voluntarily reviewed the book.**
Anita and Nick are old high school adversaries that have definitely spilled over into adulthood. I loved how Ms. Mallory lets us know about it and how it has affected them and how other people have dealt with it, too. In fact, I'm just going to say that I can.not stand Mrs. St. Claire. In fact, I don't think she really got her comeuppance that I really wanted. However, I loved the scenes with her, Nick and Dax, the groom/Nick's brother.
Speaking of which, Janie and Dax were great characters. The added the necessary drama near the end of the book that Nick needed to realize his feelings for Anita. Plus, there is Susan that in my opinion should have been slapped, on the face, by Janie but...oh yes, there is so much drama going on between Dax, Janie, Susan (another bridesmaid) and Nick. Great subplot but I still would have slapped her. Hard.
Anita and her job are also for front in the book. Ms. Mallory does an excellent job of wrapping up that part of the book fairly quickly between Janie and Nick but the kicker at the end? I NEVER saw that one coming and its a good one.
I didn't read the other version of the book so I'm not sure of the heat content but with this sweet version, you don't need the heat. Sometimes sex just messes up the whole story.
Overall, I loved this enemy to lovers story. Not to mention the family issues that are built in and some that are new. Lenore...that all I'm going to say because you just have to read the book.
*I received this book for my opinion. My opinion is my own and I was not paid for it.*