Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Wedding Favors (Bluewater Bay #7) by Anne Tenino





Blurb

Lucas Wilder’s best friend is a traitor. First, Audrey moved back to their hick-infested hometown, Bluewater Bay, and now she’s marrying a local. His own brother, in fact. And as her man of honor, Lucas gets coerced into returning for an extended stay. Although, between his unfaithful ex-boyfriend and his artist’s block, going home isn’t the worst thing that could happen. Even if the best man is Gabriel Savage, Lucas’s first crush, first hookup, and first heartbreak.

The only reason Gabe hasn’t been waiting for Lucas to return to Bluewater Bay is because he never thought it’d happen. Not that it matters now that Lucas is back—Gabe’s still a logger who’s never been anywhere (Canada doesn’t count), and Lucas is now a famous sculptor who’s been everywhere twice. Plus, there’s that shared past.

When Audrey asks Lucas to make her wedding favors, the only place to set up a kiln is at Gabe’s tree farm. Soon, they pick up where they left off twelve years before, then blow past it, discovering why neither of them forgot the other. Now they have to choose how much of their history they’ll repeat, and what future they’ll make together.
 

Review 
My Rating - 3.5 Stars!

Wedding Favors has long been on my tbr pile, and I'm happy to finally be reading it. Part of the multi author series, Bluewater bay, this Anne Tenino book has all the charm we've come to know about this small town. 

Lucas and Gabe's story is a good second chance romance. They are two men who have been carrying pain, hurt, and unresolved feelings for years. 

One of my favorite things is the way Lucas' opinions of the town change throughout the story. A town he never wanted to re-visit, he sees subtle changes upon his return, and continues to see new charming things about his throughout his stay.

A great mix of second chances, years later, forced proximity, and plenty of heat, the author leaves the reader with plenty to be entertained by!

Wedding Favors is a sweet tale. This Anne Tenino is a good read when you're looking for a charming small town romance. It's a fluffy and feel good story. 






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