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Review: Best Man for the Bridesmaid by Jennifer Faye + Giveaway

Review: Best Man for the Bridesmaid by Jennifer Faye + Giveaway

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Review: Best Man for the Bridesmaid by Jennifer Faye + GiveawayBest Man for the Bridesmaid by Jennifer Faye
Series: The DeFiore Brothers Series #1
Published by Harlequin on April 1st, 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Contemporary Women, Fiction, Romance
Pages: 256
Format: eARC
Source: Publishing company

Always the bridesmaid…

Planning her sister's Italian wedding only reminds Jules Lane of how far away she is from finding her own true love. And worse, she's doing it alongside the brooding, mouthwateringly handsome best man, Stefano DeFiore.

Maybe the bride?

 Having seen the destructive power of love, Stefano has no time for weddings—but Jules's smile is captivating. Making her feel like the most beautiful woman in the world is one thing, but can he give this blushing bridesmaid a happily-ever-after of her own?

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Jules Lane is the sister of Lizzie (the heroine in the previous book), she comes to Italy to visit her sister when she finds out that Lizzie and her fiancé Dante have decided to have the wedding in two months time instead of next spring.

Stefano DeFiore is the brother of the groom, he believes that the couple is rushing into marriage especially with all the tragic endings that DeFiore men in the family including himself have suffered in love and marriage.

I did liked Stefano and Jules relationship. They become friends albeit reluctantly on Stefano’s side since he did not want to get involved in the wedding preparations since it reminded him of his late wife. Their moments were sweet and they both genuinely wanted to understand and know more about each other.

I really liked Stefano’s character. He was sweet and very understanding towards Jules. He saw underneath all the makeup, masks to the real Jules, and wanted her to make her see that her scars did not matter and that she was beautiful inside out.

Quibbles: Like the last book in the series, the heroine Jules was insecure, very sensitive and misunderstood what Stefano said a lot the times which got on my nerves. Another thing that bugged me was Lizzie and Dante’s behaviour especially with regards to their non-involvement with their own wedding. They just shoved all the work to Stefano and Jules and it was like they couldn’t care less what their siblings were going through.

Overall, it was a okay read with little angst. I enjoyed it more than the previous book in the series.

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Author Info

Jennifer FayeAward-winning author, Jennifer Faye pens fun, heartwarming romances. Jennifer has won the RT Book Reviews Reviewers’ Choice Award, named a TOP PICK author, and been nominated for numerous awards. Now living her dream, she resides with her patient husband, amazing daughter (the other remarkable daughter is off chasing her own dreams) and two spoiled cats. She’d love to hear from you via

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  1. Wedding fling with the best man, definitely! You don’t know where that playboy has been!

  2. Vacation fling with a playboy!!! You can have a little fun & then tell him BYE!! Lol!!

  3. I’m definitely not a fling sort of person, but for the sake of this quiz, I’d go for the best man. He seems like a deeper/ more rounded character.

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