February 16, 2022

#BookReview: The Paid Bridesmaid by @SariahWilson






Synopsis: From Sariah Wilson, the bestselling author of Roommaid, comes a captivating romantic comedy about what happens when a wedding party mixes business with romance.

Rachel Vinson is a bridesmaid for hire: part confidante, part wedding planner, and one hundred percent pretend BFF. Discretion guaranteed. Her next gig is a destination wedding—livestreamed and sponsored—for an Instagram influencer. That means a paradise of new contacts, which could be a boon to her already booming business. If Rachel can keep the very handsome and slightly too interested best man at bay, that is.

High-tech entrepreneur Camden Lewis must know: Who is this gorgeous, intelligent, and mysterious woman? Too good to be real. Convinced she’s a corporate spy out to tank his company, Camden’s not letting her out of his sight. But the constant surveillance is also opening his eyes to things about Rachel that he likes. If she’s a spy, she’s certainly the cutest one he’s ever seen.

As the week’s worth of wedding events march along, Rachel and Camden are learning almost everything there is to know about each other. Rachel’s made a career out of always a bridesmaid…but perhaps there’s a chance for her own trip down the aisle?



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Rating: 5 Stars
My Review: As always I was beyond delighted with Wilson's new novel. Like others I've read from her this one had me laughing out loud at times and tearing up at others. I love the concept of paid bridesmaids and wish I had done that for my wedding. As expected nothing runs smoothly for the main character Rachel which provides tons of hilarity.  I was so happy to see her break down her barriers and find her HEA with Cameron.  If you're looking for a fun read this is the one to go with.











Review

An Amazon Best Book of the Month: Romance

“Combining a fast-paced plot with a slow-burning romance, this is sure to give readers butterflies.” Publishers Weekly

“Wilson’s (Roommaid) funny, sweet stand-alone about marriage, friendships, and mistaken identities is full of witty dialogue, endearing characters, and fast-paced narrative. Will appeal to fans of feel-good romances, rom-coms, and plots about weddings and social media.” Library Journal

From the Publisher

Sariah Wilson knows how to make me laugh. Her lively, charming romances are the perfect reads for when I’m in the mood to be carried away—and The Paid Bridesmaid in particular whisked me off to a lavish destination wedding in Hawaii where professional bridesmaid Rachel Vinson is about to meet the man of her dreams.

At a wedding she’s supposed to be working, of course. And her job requires organization, a high capacity for calmness in the face of chaos, and, above all, discretion. Now is not the time to get warm and fuzzy feelings for the devastatingly dashing groomsman. The focus should be on the bride—a hugely popular Instagram influencer who is sharing every lovingly curated detail of her happily-ever-after with her followers.

Which means that if Rachel messes up, it’ll be broadcast for everyone to see.

But is it possible to be a perfect paid bridesmaid, wrangling an unruly mother of the bride, a week’s worth of elaborate wedding activities, and dozens of cranky peacocks, all while falling in love?

Dear readers, I suspect you know the answer to that question. And I hope you’ll enjoy this sweet romantic romp as much as I did. I know I’ll be quoting this one for years to come. (The peacocks are for AMBIENCE, Rachel!)

—Alison Dasho, Editor









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