Monday, January 18, 2016

Review: Her Accidental Husband by Ashlee Mallory

Title: Her Accidental Husband

Author: Ashlee Mallory

Synopsis:

Payton Vaughn’s trip to Puerto Vallarta for her friend's wedding was her big escape from her ridiculously overbearing mother–oh, and that little matter with her cheating fiancé. Now, her flight's been cancelled, and she's crammed into a tiny car with the gorgeous-but-irritating best man.

Viva la road trip from hell...

Cruz Sorensen doesn't have time to babysit some spoiled socialite, even if she is the future daughter-in-law of the man who could change the fortune of his family's company. He has no business getting to know her better—not even for all the tequila in Mexico...until they wake up with grande-sized hangovers as man and wife.

Now Payton and Cruz must decide if they've reached the end of their journey...or the beginning of a new adventure.

***MY REVIEW***

5 out of 5 stars

Her Accidental Husband, the second book in Ashlee Mallory's Sorensen Family series was a really sweet romance and I loved it just as much as the first book. 

When I first started reading I wasn't sure I was going to love Cruz because he was the Sorensen sibling that I liked the least in Her Backup Boyfriend but he really stole my heart in this book. Yeah, he is a little uptight and works way too much but given everything he was trying to accomplish for his father's company you can't really blame him. But while Cruz took some warming up to, I loved Payton almost immediately. She is one of those characters who is just so fun and likable. She has her problems, but has learned to deal with them and while in the past she gave in to her mother's demands, I liked that this time she put her foot down and refused to give in. 

The romance in this book was ridiculously cute which is no surprise given that this book is part of Entangled's Bliss imprint. But while it was cute, it wasn't superficial. Even with their marriage being the product of too many drinks in Mexico, the connection between the two of them felt very real. The two of them despite their very obvious difference were perfect for each other. And I actually liked them together even more than Dominic and Kate.

Overall, the book was pretty fantastic. It was another great book by Ashlee Mallory and has made me an even bigger fan of this author than I already was.

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