The Rogue Wedding Guest
Hannah doesn't want the roguish Bradley Knight with her as her wedding date! How can she act professional with karaoke as the wedding entertainment? She's harbored a secret crush on Bradley since she started her job—so s...more
Overall a cute warm wonderful read
I was talking to a friend the other day (who also uses Good Reads) and compared to her my ratings are harsh....worse than harsh, they are down-right mean. So I need to preface this 2.5 rating with 1) According to Good Reads 2.5 is "ok" (hover over the stars!). It means I didn't like it. I didn't love it. But I also didn't hate it. It was just Ok. 2) As someone who has attempted to write and has about 3 different projects floating around on her PC - I take my hat of ...more
This Riva story contained sexy and sensual scenes, not behind closed bedroom doors!
The story starts off slowly, the relationship side of things, but this wasn't a bad thing, it felt realistic, letting the pressure build up between the two of them - and that doesn't mean it 'read' slowly. But initially the hero doesn't reveal too much his motives. Though reading between the lines, you kind of guess it - why else ...more
It didn’t take long to feel connected to Hannah and the gorgeous Bradley, they were both likeable in their own way and were easy to read about. It quickly became apparent that Hannah had a crush on Bradley and with him being her boss she managed to hide it well – the banter between the two of them was something I particularly enjoyed!
Hannah was anxious ab ...more
I loved the Tasmanian setting and although the whole "fall in love at a wedding" trope is familiar, she managed to avoid cliche the whole way through.
I was also really impressed by how the story seemed so authentically Australian -- although international readers wouldn't have any problems reading or understanding it, the voice a ...more
She is also a best-selling author with more than twenty-five fun, flirty romanc ...more