The Bride's Brother by J.P. Oliver

This is amusing, romantic and entertaining. Toby is wedding planner who is planning the wedding for Hunter's sister Julia. Toby and Hunter are attracted to each other, but Toby, in the beginning, thinks that Hunter is Julia's fiancé. When Hunter seems to be flirting with him, Toby is appalled. Then Hunter asks him out on a date, and Toby is disgusted. It's not until Toby takes Hunter to task for trying to cheat on his fiancé that the truth comes out. Toby doesn't think it's a good idea to date Hunter because it could affect Julia's wedding. But they meet to discuss Julia's behavior, and things pick up from there. Julia is trying for a high profile society wedding while Toby and Hunter are trying to make it for herself. Things are up and down between everybody, Toby always caves to Julia and backs down when she's nasty, Toby loses more respect for Hunter when he doesn't stick up for himself or Toby and Hunter hasn't told his parents that he's gay yet. Toby us a sweetheart, Hunter is adorable but too nonchalant about everything and Julia is a first class spoiled brat. But it's entertaining, and in the end it's sweet and heartwarming.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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