I received this book for free for a Blog Tour in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.How to Get Hitched in Ten Days by Samantha Tonge
Also by this author: Game of Scones, One Summer in Rome, Forgive Me Not
Published by Carina on 11th February 2016
Genres: Chicklit, Humour, Love & Romance
Source: for a Blog Tour
HOW NOT TO GET THE GIRL…
Meet Mikey, every girl’s best friend – he bakes the creamiest cheesecake, loves movie nights and is a great dance partner.
For Jasmine, Mikey is the perfect flatmate – he owns a 50s diner that turns out the best food around, gives the best bear hugs and amazing romance advice – after all they’re scoping out the same hot guys! So when her boyfriend proposes in the worst possible way, Jazz knows her best friend will be there to pick up the pieces with gourmet popcorn, Pinot sleepovers and a shoulder to lean on.
But Mikey isn’t about to let Jasmine give up on love, and he’s ready to do whatever it takes to mend her broken heart – even if it means helping the one person who sees him as the enemy…
Because at the end of the day, all’s fair in the pursuit of true love… right?
Thank you to Jenny for letting me take part in this tour. When I heard that Jenny would be running a tour for Samantha I immediately signed up. I had seen previous books of Samantha’s on goodreads and amazon so I knew her style. I also have quite a few on my TBR pile.
I was very excited when I eventually heard what the book was about.
Mickey sounds like the perfect best friend. I really loved his relationship with Jasmine. He’s always there to help her pick up the pieces with wine, a good movie and food.
Jazz’s boyfriend Dave has truly messed up. He asks her the biggest question of his life as if it’s what she want’s for dinner tonight. She’s quite obviously pissed at him.
This book will have you laughing at poor Dave. He gets himself into such situations that you can’t help but laugh.
This is a wonderful short, romantic read just in time for Valentine’s Day.
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