A Girl Walks Into a Wedding: Your Fantasy, Your Rules
Wedding fever creates plenty of opportunity for heat in Helena S. Paige’s sexy and funny A Girl Walks Into a Wedding—the interactive erotic novel in which YOU, the reader, make all the rules . . .
Your best friend is getting married, and she’s asked you to be her bridesmaid. So many decisions: for starters, do you ask the gorgeous but mysterious man you met online to come a...more
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(William Morrow sent me an advance copy give-away)
This book is written in the same style as those Choose Your Own Adventure books I adored when I was a kid. A GIRL WALKS INTO A WEDDING gives me the power to choose a completely different kind of adventure as an adult, though....
I really liked this concept. It works so well for a happy-right-now erotica romance story. The fact that I could go back and choose a different ending every time had me even more intrigued when I finished ...more
It's not good, of course -- you never read choose-your-own-adventure books (or romance novels) for the plot. The writing's thin and cliched. But there are myriad paths to go down, and so many people to sleep with. Could it be better? Of course. But it's entertaining for what it is (if highly descriptive in its scenarios -- the writers are much better at writing sex scenes than my college roommate and I were when we tried our hands at the genre).
The plot of the book surrounds the wedding of your best friend, as the reader, you are her bridesmaid and at the decisions at the wedding presented, as the reader you are at a crossroad to which option presented by the ...more
A choose your own adventure with an erotic twist. I made sure to read every available option, and followed every different choice. Even though I made sure to finish the book, it was only just ok. The different paths just made me realize "I" am a sex fiend that makes horrible decisions. The sex scenes were good though.
These types of books are a great idea, but unfortunately Girl walks into a Wedding did nothing for me. I read different alternatives but it still left me wanting something more. I think I will pass on these types of books in future.