Loving Meghan Quinn's The Reunion


I was in a reading slump for a bit last month and earlier this month. However, I’ve scored with some great romance reads lately and The Reunion was one of them.


I loved this book! It was hilarious, swoony and I loved the crazy scenarios Palmer, one of the Chance siblings found herself in.


This book was written in a six person POV and it added an interesting and dynamic element to this family drama/romcom story. One might think that they would get confused with all these POVs, but that certainly wasn’t the case for me and I absolutely loved the changing perspectives.


I especially enjoyed the family dynamics and siblings working through their issues along with the budding romance stories with their love interests.


The Reunion was such a fun read and is perfect if you’re looking for something light and entertaining.


The Reunion releases today!


Thank you Montlake for the gifted copy. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own

 

Book Description


Martin and Peggy Chance believe love should last a lifetime. With their fiftieth wedding anniversary on the horizon, they’ve modeled a beautiful relationship for their three grown children. But to their dismay, that lesson hasn’t quite caught on—the three siblings just can’t seem to take a chance and find love in their own lives.


There’s Ford, the eldest, devoted to his work and resistant to romance…or so he claims. Cooper, the middle child, can’t get past his divorce—until he reconnects with a feisty baker from his past. And Palmer, the baby of the family, is the free-spirited world traveler who always pictured herself with someone other than a handsome small-town family doctor.


When the Chance siblings come together to plan the ultimate anniversary party for their parents, they’ll have to navigate romantic entanglements, sibling rivalries, and the definitive end of their childhood. Whatever happens, The Reunion promises to be a fun, flirty, wild ride.

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