It’s going to be the day of their lives—their wedding, their way, where it all started: The Dunes Hotel in Northumberland. But from the moment the planning starts, Jonty is overwhelmed. When Devan’s mother starts making suggestions, Jonty’s mouth runs away with him and his inner Groomzilla is in danger of escaping. But it’s when Jonty goes quiet that Devan knows he’s in trouble.
Devan’s not going to let his mother spoil their perfect day. Suddenly, he’s a man on a mission. The venue? Booked. The guest list? A secret. The stag do? In Cato’s somewhat dodgy hands. Devan’s going to do whatever it takes to make sure Jonty gets what he wants. Even if that includes alpacas and penguins and the Northern Lights in the middle of summer. Now it’s time to prove he is the Best Fiancé in the Entire Multiverse.
First, don’t even bother reading this review or book unless you read their origin story, The Making of Jonty Bloom.
Ok, moving on.
This is the third short with Jonty and Devan. And while they are fun and a bit silly, they basically focus on an event. Christmas, vacation and now their wedding.
Sadly, this one was the weakest of the three. I mean, the cover alone kind of gives away the big surprise. When Jonty was getting overwhelmed with the wedding plans Devan’s mother wanted to make, Devan took over. And that was sweet, but really Devan should have put his foot down. Because ultimately, Jonty didn’t get the wedding he wanted. It was ALMOST what he wanted, but not quite.
That’s all I’ll say because spoilers. Except the cover is a spoiler. Sigh.
So, yes. I am glad they got their happily ever after. I’m glad they still joke around and have fun with each other. But Devan should stand up to his mother and Jonty needs to grow up and not make so many ridiculous jokes during sex.
Read it for the happily ever after wedding if you are invested in Jonty and Devan. I was, but I’m definitely done with them now.
3 pieces of eye candy