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Title: The Very Best Man
Author: Laura Stapleton
Series: The Very Manly Book 1
Publisher: Stapleton Enterprises; 2 edition
Release Date: 2nd edition June 6, 2017
Buy Links: Amazon/Barnes & Noble
Jane Lawson is getting married, so of course, her sister Susan will be her maid-of-honor. But when her sister skips out on planning the wedding, Jane finds a surprising stand-in… the best man!
Dr. David Wells is more than willing to taste wedding cakes, sample reception menus, and even help the bride in and out of wedding dresses if it means spending time with her. Soon enough, she’ll be his best friend Alan’s wife… and thus off limits forever.
But when the groom says ‘I don’t’, and runs off with the maid-of-honor, his best man is left to pick up the pieces of the bride’s heart. David is more than willing, and as Jane turns to him for support, their friendship blossoms into something much more.
Until Jane’s old fears get in the way, and David realizes that to keep her, he must fight not only her hostile family but ghosts from her past.
This book really hit home for me. If you have never been the victim of emotional abuse by family members or suffer from low self-esteem you can’t fully understand where Jane’s mind set is.
David falls for her and is patient with her. That is what true love is all about. Love is not always rainbow and butterflies. We have hurt, drama, and are not always capable of seeing what is right in front of us.
I wanted to jump into the book a few times and slap her sister a few times. It’s no wonder Jane feels/acts the way she does. Her sister is a bully!
I loved this book and wanted to do nothing but read it to see how it ends.
I received this book for free in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions in this review are 100% my own.