Loving Sariah Wilson's Latest Novel: The Paid Bridesmaid
Don’t bother denying that you think about him, too. It’s pretty obvious he’s living rent-free in your head. Because he has squatter’s rights at this point.
The Paid Bridesmaid is a lighthearted, funny and wonderful romcom that had me smiling. This was the perfect quick story I needed in a month full of holiday mania and reminded me that I immediately need to get to the beach with sand in between my toes and all kinds of crevices.
I loved the Hawaiian setting of the story, which was developed so well that I could imagine feeling the warm breeze on my skin, the scent of the tropical flowers from the leis and seeing the pink and orange sunsets. Sariah Wilson also provided all the fuzzy feels with the flirting between protagonist, Rachel who was the discreetly hired maid of honour and the groom’s best man, Camden.
If you’re looking for a quick read, an easy breezy romcom that includes funny mishaps, witty banter and steamy moments, The Paid Bridesmaid is the book you’re looking for.
The Paid Bridesmaid publishes this Saturday on New Year’s Day!
Thank you Montlake for the gifted copy. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
Rachel Vinson is a bridesmaid for hire: part confidante, part wedding planner, and one hundred percent pretend BFF. Discretion guaranteed. Her next gig is a destination wedding—livestreamed and sponsored--for an Instagram influencer. That means a paradise of new contacts, which could be a boon to her already booming business. If Rachel can keep the very handsome and slightly too interested best man at bay, that is.
High-tech entrepreneur Camden Lewis must know: Who is this gorgeous, intelligent, and mysterious woman? Too good to be real. Convinced she's a corporate spy out to tank his company, Camden's not letting her out of his sight. But the constant surveillance is also opening his eyes to things about Rachel that he likes. If she's a spy, she's certainly the cutest one he's ever seen.
As the week's worth of wedding events march along, Rachel and Camden are learning almost everything there is to know about each other. Rachel's made a career out of always a bridesmaid…but perhaps there's a chance for her own trip down the aisle?