Accidentally his. Fun fact: Fate is a four letter word.
A perfect stranger just kissed away the worst day of my life.
Emphasis on perfect.
Hunter Forsythe is so far out of my league I can’t even buy tickets.
And now he’s insta-date to my stuck up sister’s wedding?!
Brace for everything to go hilariously wrong.
But my mysterious new hero is no flipping joke.
Rich as sin. Knockout eyes. A snarlypants single dad. Muscle, muscle everywhere.
Too good for the quiet baker girl no one ever noticed.
Then I find out what – and who – put him up to this insanity.
I’m so mad I could spit nails.
Imagine my surprise when Romeo keeps coming.
Hear my door slamming in his face.
Witness my jaw hanging when he starts wooing me for real.
Dream dates, family dinners, and soul-branding nights.
I’m in full Juliet mode before I see the crack in his world.
The longing. The loss. The secrets. The danger.
Does love even fit in Hunter’s jagged heart?
Or is a Shakespearean tragedy in our stars?
Hunter and Wendy have a chance meeting, but then fate keeps bringing them together. He’s older and established, a billionaire and father. She’s a young baker struggling with her overbearing mother and insane bridezilla sister so they don’t have much in common. But the premise of a perfect kiss from a gorgeous stranger on the worst day of your life drew me in because doesn’t it sound like the best starting point for a romance ever?
I enjoyed these characters and the way Wendy bonded with Ben. There was plenty of humor to alleviate all the angst and the wedding in particular was hilarious. There may have been a bit too much description here for me, as I thought it went on for longer than necessary, but I love the author’s writing and while this was different from many of her other works I adore, I did enjoy Wendy and Hunter’s story.