The Paid Bridesmaid Book Review from @kleffnotes

Does time not seem real to the rest of you? I had planned to have this review up during the first week of January, but I found myself contending with a very heightened schedule and only just managed to get The Paid Bridesmaid completed. This fun rom-com read was something I was really looking forward to, but it just took ages for me to carve out time to get this read. With the weather continuing to be frigid where I am and 2022 already flying by, this bit of escapist reading is perfect. This book has been out since January 1st, which means you can find it anywhere that you buy your books.

Rachel Vinson is a bridesmaid for hire, that’s right she will come to your wedding and act as a sort of planner, confidant, and pretend BFF. Her latest gig is a very big deal, a destination wedding that will be livestreamed and sponsored because the bride to be is an Instagram influencer. This could be a huge for her with new contacts readily available that could grow her already booming business. Now if only she could keep her focus from drifting to the best man. Camden Lewis is a high-tech entrepreneur who is fixated on Rachel, but not for the reason you might think. He is very sure she is a corporate spy sent to take him down. He can’t let her out of his sight, but this leads him to learn more and more about this mysterious woman. With a full week of wedding events the two begin learning everything about each other, which could mean that wedding bells are in Rachel’s future in a way she never expected.

The Paid Bridesmaid is such a fun read with a fantastic main character. Rachel is a delight and the fact that her love interest is initially very unsure of her motives adds to their building romance. I don’t read a lot of romance novels, but this one was truly perfect for a bit of break from my every day life. This is a definite must read for romance lovers and especially those who love a sort of will they won’t they sort of plot. You can get your copy of The Paid Bridesmaid today.

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