Review: Two Wedding Crashers by Meghan Quinn (Dating by Numbers #2)

Note: This ARC was provided by the author via Wordsmith Publicity in exchange for an honest review.

And we're on to the second book in the Dating by Numbers series! Two Wedding Crashers is the story of Beck Wilder, aka "the Rebel", who was one of the three guys involved in the whole blind date thing in the first book. I don't think pointing out that Beck was clearly not "the one" in the series starter is much of a spoiler (because, hello, he's got his own book now!), but the guy had a following (as did the two others) among a lot of readers. Here, we get to know Beck a whole lot better, and the image of him being a truly good man who may have made his share of mistakes when he was younger but was working hard to make amends by leading by example and doing his part in helping those who need support. When his closest friends suggest that he go with them, he agrees. On the way to Key West, his attention is snagged by romance author Rylee Ryan, a woman in the middle of a writing slump. One week, one wedding to crash, one shared hotel room... Two people looking to let go and let loose... Two people who find "the one", but will it be a happy ending or simply the end after their week together?

Meghan Quinn is a go-to author for many, and for good reason. She doesn't merely tickle a reader's fancy; she hooks you with an irresistible blurb and two main characters who are quirky, fun, and totally perfect together. She'll then reel you in with a strong love story that's got a whole lot of the sweet-enough-to-attract-ants romance and the fan-yourself-that's-so-hot sex. Oh, and did I forget to mention that Quinn brand of humor with a hint of angst? She's done it once again with Beck and Rylee's story, and these two prove to be maybe a wee bit more endearing than their predecessors (sorry, Jack Valentine and Noely Clark!). I loved how their story began and how they were able to forge an actual friendship with underlying attraction. They had chemistry and while we pretty much know that they're going to end up together, Quinn never fails to make the journey to that happy ending worthwhile. She isn't a one-trick pony, which means readers get something creative and fun and very much Meghan Quinn. Two down, one more to go, and the bar has been raised by the five-starred Two Wedding Crashers. ♥


Read my reviews for the Dating by Numbers series:

Three Blind Dates (book one) - five stars - My Review

Two Wedding Crashers (book two) - five stars - My Review (posted above)


Release Date: 11 March 2018

Date Read: 11 March 2018

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