The Wedding Crasher (2022)

The Wedding Crasher (2022)

by Mia Sosa
ASIN/ISBN: 9780062909893
Publication: April 5, 2022

**I was provided a copy of the book through NetGalley. I voluntarily read and reviewed it. All opinions are my own.**

After accidentally witnessing something she shouldn’t have, Solange ends up crashing a wedding to ensure the bride and the groom do not make a mistake by tying the knot. Solange and Dean, the groom she saved, cross paths again when he begs her to pretend to be his girlfriend so he can be promoted at work. She owes him, right? Fake dating, of course, leads to very real feelings.

The relationship between Dean and Solange is an example of what good communication can do for a couple, even if it starts as fake. They were great together and I absolutely loved their willingness to tell each other the truth…most of the time. Their chemistry was also off the charts. Mia Sosa made me burn. It was the slow kind of burn as Dean and Solange’s attraction grew and the sexual tension about killed me. Despite being opposites about love–Solange believes in it while Dean is more hesitant–they were incredibly compatible. They’re couple goals, especially when it comes to communication.

While this is a stand-alone, it is connected to The Worst Best Man. Solange is Lina’s cousin and Dean is besties with Max. The family bond, which was present in The Worst Best Man, is also present here. They’re chaotic and love one another fiercely. The aunts cracked me up. I have a soft spot for them because they remind me of my mom and my aunts.

I enjoyed nearly everything about the book but was somewhat disappointed in the ending. I liked how Sosa was trying to tie things up, and it was entertaining; however, it felt rushed compared to the rest of the book. Because endings often leave a final lasting impression, it affected my overall love for the book.

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