Monday, July 30, 2018

Review: One Wedding Two Brides (Spoiler Review)







One Wedding Two Brides by Heidi Betts
Publisher: Entangled: Amara
Published: July 23rd 2018
Date Read: July 22nd 2018
Format: E-book ARC
Pages: 263 pages
Challenges: Netgalley Challenge, Goodreads Challenge
ISBN #: 1640635955


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Jilted bride Monica Blair can’t believe it when she wakes up next to a blue-eyed, smooth-talking cowboy in the middle of nowhere and with a ring on her finger. It had sounded like a great plan at the time. Get married, get revenge, and get her money back. So why is she cleaning out stables and trying to keep her hands off the hot cowboy helping her? Ryder Nash would have bet his best Stetson that you’d never see him walk down the aisle. But when the city girl with pink-streaked hair and a frog tattoo hatches a plan to expose the conman who married his sister, no idea is too crazy. And even though Monica might be the worst rancher’s wife he’s ever seen, he can’t stop thinking about the wedding night they never had. What was supposed to be a temporary marriage for revenge is starting to feel a little too real...




 




 First off, I want to say thank you to the publishing company for sending me this book for review. Second, with my new review style, this book will be the first review I post with spoilers. I really wanted to love this book, but sadly I didn't. Which is really sad because I thought I would love it.

The plot is suprub and not like anything else I've ever read, but the thing that really took away from this story is the beginning. I couldn't get past how crazy it really was.  The first chapter really drove me nuts. It was a total mess! Spoiler alert...when I started reading this one, I was excited, like I said above, I loved the plot idea, but as I started reading I was totally lost, I found myself staring at my Kindle and was thinking the whole time, what in the world am I reading?

 After the first couple chapters, I did finally figure out what was happening and started to short of enjoy the story, the writing style is what really got me throughout the whole story though. It really needed better editing. Even then I still wanted to enjoy the book so I continued to read. By the end I was in the middle with my feelings. I liked it, but I didn't love it! This book could have been so amazing, but it felt rushed and jumbled.

All in all before writing this review, I had to sit and really think about what I wanted to say. I will say this though, I think the author really needed to take some more time with her characters, more time with the back story and development. I loved the plot idea, I loved where the book could have went. I just didn't enjoy the execution.  Please remember, not every book is for every person! Some of you might enjoy this book. These are just my thoughts on this one!







All in all I'm giving One Wedding Two Brides an Ali's Bookshelf rating of...





Plot: 20/20
Writing: 10/20
Creativity: 15/20
Characters: 15/20
Ending: 8/10
Cover: 10/10
 
 
 


 






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