Three Little Words
Gia Gallo is officially in bridesmaid hell. Stranded in New York with her best friend's wedding dress, Gia has six days to make it to Florida in time for the ceremony. And oh-so-charming best man Bennett Buchanan has taken the last availa ...more
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Loved, loved, loved this book! This series has been nothing but pure fun for me. Not only have they got deliciously swoony romances, but the books feature one of the most amazing groups of fictional girlfriends. With Three Little Words being the last book in the series, I was quite sad to dive into it, but Jenny Holiday made it such a treat to devour this story. If you're ever in the mood for fun contemporary romances, the Bridesmaids Behaving Badly series should be at the top of your lists ...more
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Actual Rating: 4 stars
Three Little Words is the third standalone in the Bridesmaids Behaving Badly series. Forever Romance was kind enough to send me a copy of this cute read and I am truly thankful! My overall impressions of this story is that it is sweet, fun, and sexy! The author uses a role reversal in this one too making it feel original and fun. Normally, it's the men in romance books that don't "do relationships" and the women ...more
I really liked Gia and Bennett. I loved both of their personalities and how they had similar backgrounds. I especially loved the juxtaposition of her being a model and him being a chef. Their chemistry was good and while I did like how their relationship progressed, I wanted more banter.
Plot wise, it was a pretty quick pace. Even though the action of them getting to Florida ...more
My double-catnip is when you pair one of these heroines with someone who is a caretaker. Not someone who tries to do everything for her, or protect her from the world, or (ICK) fight her battles for her, but someone who pays attention to her and makes her life a little easier.
Gia is a mod ...more
Bennett Buchanan has a bad impression of model Gia Gallo from the moment he meets her at the airport, where they are both stranded after a snow storm makes it impossible to fly out of NYC to make it to their best friends' wedding in Florida. She's crabby, she's causing a fuss, but she also tells Bennett she's hungry.
The Southern gentleman in Bennett won't allow him to leave a lady in a lurch, so he offers to take her to his resta ...more
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Three Little Words is the third book in Jenny Hale's Brides Behaving Badly series. It can be read as a standalone, without reading the first two because that's exactly what I did and I thoroughly enjoyed.
When anti commitment Gia and relationships only Bennett find themselves stuck in a car together as they road trip from NY to FL for their friends wedding, their physical reaction to each other make things complicated. The both feel an undeniable pul ...more
No, seriously. This hero? He was nearly perfect for me - and not only because he could make amazing food. He's alpha while not being overtly so, he's patient, he's humble, he's giving, he's steadfast, he's funny, and well...like I said, the man knows his way around the kitchen.
And his chemistry with Gia? Spot on for me. Gia was a little harder to get on board with, but I also didn't dislike her. I appreciated that the scene was flipped ...more
I must admit initially I didn't Gia, she acted spo ...more
I thoroughly enjoyed it. For me dialogue is a very important component of a book and in reading Three Little Words, I felt like Jenny did a great job of developing great dialogue between the characters. I enjoyed the chemistry between the characters and ho ...more
This was my favorite of the series. Within the first couple of chapters I was invested and cared about these characters. The romance took a bit of time to develop, but that made it feel more natural. Plus there was a mini road trip.
*Thanks to the Publisher & Netgalley for providing me with an eARC in exchange for an honest review*
As the weather doesn't seem like it's going to let up, and neither Bennett nor Gia can catch a break in trying to get to Florida via plane, they do the sensible thing and rent a car to drive down.
What starts out as a mutual ne ...more
I've greatly enjoyed every book in Jenny Holiday's Bridesmaids Behaving Badly series and I couldn't wait to jump into this book to see what this quartet of friends was going to get themselves involved with this time, outside of ultimately having a wedding!
Gia Gallo has always been the one in the group that hasn't wanted a relationship. Her motto is "one and done" or "two and through" and she's always stuck to that ...more
Maybe I'd have liked Gia better if I'd read the ...more
I have read every book in this series except for Jane and Cameron's. I still have no desire to read their book. In each book Jane annoys me a little bit more and I'm not sure why that is since she rarely appears.
Gia and Bennett's book was definitely my favorite of the series which I think was due to the fact that I really liked them from previous books. At first the whole canceled flight and we can't find another one was a little rid ...more
So, I've loved this entire series, starting with Jane and Cameron's story to Wendy and Noah's childhood friends to lovers story and I have to say, Gia and Bennett may well be my favorite of the lot. This was a delightful road trip romp with incredible depth and nuance, covering complex issues from Bennett's desire to atone for past mistakes to Gia's issues with her current profession and thinking her entire value was centered on her p ...more
Bennett Buchanan knows entitlement and isn't impressed by i ...more