Sunday, August 23, 2015

From the shelf: Best man with Benefits (Wedding Dare #4)

Title: Best man with Benefits (Wedding Dare #4)
Author: Samanthe Beck
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance
Date read: August 11, 2015
Dawn Rates:  (4/5)

Summary (cr: goodreads)

How far can one favor go…

Logan McCade arrives at his best friend’s wedding overworked and in desperate need of a vacation, only to discover his best man duties have been…expanded. He must coax Colton’s sister out of her shell, or risk her hiding in her room all week. Logan figures he can handle one introverted bridesmaid, but he’s not expecting how much he enjoys “handling” Sophie…or how much she enjoys being handled. 

Socializing has never been web designer Sophie Brooks’s strong suit, but she’s determined to shed her wallflower image and embrace the “New Sophie”—a feat made easier with the supremely sexy Logan McCade tempting her to explore all her forbidden fantasies. If she’s not careful, she just might fall for the best man.

Sophie’s sweet, sexy, and delectably awkward demeanor brings much-needed calm to Logan’s hectic life. With the nuptials only days away, Logan is forced to face the possibility that his favor to a friend might have become something else entirely…and that he’s not willing to let Sophie go. Ever.
My Review: (also in goodreads)

Just when I thought I resigned myself in concluding that amount the books written in the Wedding Dare series, Christine and Tyler's story is my favorite, I was wrong. This story would be in 2nd place or even tie with the first book. Logan and Sophie has sort of a parallel story as per the fourth book, both books has one character who were siblings with the bride or groom and both main characters' history go way back. The difference is rather having that secret in Mexico, this was an unrequited love which spanned from puberty till now. Sophie is an introverted web designer who has her sights to a workaholic CEO that is Logan since she saw him as her brother's college roommate. I liked the fact that the chemistry was there and the evolution of treating Sophie like a little sister to wanting her as a woman. There was this funny scene in which Sophie was trying to be dominant referring to a certain novel with the red room in which Logan was amused and her struggling to do it. My favorite scene was that conference call when Logan thought he was on mute, that made me laugh out loud. I loved the fact that with this book the holes in which the scenes in the other 3 books in the series were filled out. All four books amazingly took place in the same week the wedding was held and I like the fact that all 4 authors coordinated well. The epilogue was also the conclusion of the prior 3 epilogues of the earlier books, where everything and everyone came together.

Till the next read...

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