Now that Chelsea Cole and Jeremy Pearce have gotten engaged, it’s only natural that she wants to travel to London to meet her future in-laws, right? Yeah, that’s the last thing Jeremy wants to happen. But when Chelsea gets her wish, she begins to find out why he wanted to avoid that meeting—and it becomes a toss-up whether the truth or Chelsea’s antics might be the biggest jeopardy to the whole wedding thing.
What readers like you are saying:
“A sweet, funny book that can be read in an afternoon. The writing is very contemporary, fast paced, and creative. Chelsea and Jeremy have an obstacle to overcome before their wedding. This book is part two of a series but can be a stand alone novel, no cliffhanger at the end.”
“Chelsea is impulsive, speaking without thinking through the ramifications, which gets her in some funny jams. She’s also smart, sweet, a great friend, and fun to hang out with. Her handsome fiancée Jeremy is British, with a stiff upper lip and … you get the picture.
I hadn’t read the first book in this series, so I was afraid I’d be lost. That fear was unfounded. The second book reads great as a standalone novel. I’m going back and reading the first one, so I don’t miss out on Chelsea’s antics.”
“This book takes off where High Tea leaves off, but I’m sure it can be read as a stand-alone. I waited for the release of this book—and it didn’t disappoint! The laugh-out-loud laughs kept coming. Chelsea is a scatter-brain who keeps getting into all kinds of sticky situations—and finding her way out. A romantic-comedy, with a main character who is funny, empathetic, and stands on her own two feet. Definitely a feel good book.”
“Jeremy doesn’t want anything to do with his family, but his fiancee Chelsea is adamant about inviting them to their upcoming wedding. So the two of them embark on a trip to London where Jeremy’s family lives. Misunderstandings between Chelsea and Jeremy continue to plague their relationship, but since this is rom-com everything works out in the end. Along the way there are plenty of moments of fun and romance between this opposites attract couple. If you are looking for a fun read, this is the book for you.”
“Another great and funny romance by Linda Lewis!
I love the way she writes, light, frothy yet so engaging that you don’t see time passing and when you finish the book you just want more! When the next is coming round, Ms. Lewis?”
“Good story with complex characters that occasionally misunderstand each other. It’s enjoyable to watch how they work through their issues to get to where the reader hopes they will wind up. Nice side stories with other characters too.”