Arc Review – Weddings, Crushes and other dramas by Emily McKay

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February 12, 2017 by ceresbooksworld

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Weddings, Crushes and other dramas by Emily McKay

Book 6 in Creative HeArts Series and book 2 in Willa and Finn duology

Publisher: Entangled Teen

Publication date: February 13th, 2017

Source: eArc from the publisher

Rating: 3 hearts

 

Synopsis

Falling in love with the best man wasn’t on the program.

Willa is happy to be the maid of honor in her dad’s upcoming wedding to uber-celeb Mia McCain. Not as happy about the best man being her soon-to-be stepbrother, the infuriating—and infuriatingly gorgeous—Finn McCain. Every time their paths cross, the attraction simmering between them grows a little harder to ignore. Willa knows all about guys like Finn—they only want what they can’t have. What’s between them isn’t real.

Finn has never felt anything more real than what’s developing between him and Willa. Sure, her dad warned him to steer clear, but it’s not just about forbidden temptation. He’s determined to prove to Willa he’s not going anywhere—and that happily-ever-after will always be worth the risk.

Disclaimer: This Entangled Teen Crush book contains a wedding so crazy it’ll make you laugh, a stepbrother so hot he’ll make you swoon, and a heroine so real she’ll make you cry.

Review

Willa’s father and Finn’s mother will get married soon, Willa finally accepts this and she even see the good in their relation. She is attracted by Finn but she knows he will be her brother in law and they can’t share anything together. In the meantime, Willa must deal with her boyfriend, which most of her friends don’t like.

Finn’s feelings for Willa are stronger than anything, he wants to be friend with her but he also wants more and that is difficult for both of them.

This book was nice, not original but the characters grow up and their friends are awesome. Their parents on the contrary are not always very great but they have good intentions.

It’s a good final point to the story of Willa and Finn and I will read the others books in the Creative Hearts series.

Emily McKay did a great job with these two books but I prefer the first one, There was more humor and more fun.

About the author

Emily McKay has been reading romance novels since she was eleven years old. Her first Harlequin Romance came free in a box of Hefty garbage bags. She immediately fell in love with the genre and has been devouring them ever since.

In her spare time, she loves to garden and cook … well, bake. Mostly cookies. Naturally, she still loves to read a good romance. She’s been blissfully married for eleven years. When they can ditch their five pets for a couple of weeks, she and her husband like to travel to exotic and exciting locations like Greece, Costa Rica, and Ignorant Flats, Texas.

She has a degree in English from Texas A&M University. After college, she taught middle school for four years. While teaching America’s disenfranchised youth to appreciate fine literature, she learned very little about writing romance but a lot about finding humor in any situation. Eager for a job where she wouldn’t have to dodge spitwads, she fled the teaching profession to write full-time. Though her characters sometimes misbehave, they almost never throw things at her.

In 1993, she followed the advice, “write what you love to read,” and began writing her first romance novel. Eight years, five books, and multiple contest finals later, she sold a book to Harlequin Temptation. Her first published book, Baby, Be Mine was released in 2002 and was a nominated for RWA’s prestigious Rita award for Best First Book and for Best Short Contemporary. Since then she’d sold ten additional books to Harlequin, Temptation, Mills & Boon and Silhouette Desire. Her books have been translated into eleven languages and there are over half a million copies of her books in print.

A former teacher, she also loves sharing her knowledge with others. She’s presented workshops for the Central Texas Library System, the Burnet Cultural Arts Festival, five RWA Chapters, and three RWA national conferences.

 

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