THE LAST PLUS ONE by Ophelia London, Lindsay Emory, and Alexandra Haugton
Adult Contemporary Romance/Anthology
What it’s about:
You are cordially invited to the wedding of the summer…
Do you have your plus one on speed dial?
Senator and Mrs. Ramsey’s youngest daughter is sure to be the loveliest June bride that the exclusive New England compound at Virtue Cove, Maine, has ever seen. But first, there’s a barrage of Wedding Week festivities to
endure enjoy. And dogs. So many dogs.
While the bride and groom are basking in their Happily Ever After, behind the scenes are one b*tch of a wedding planner with an old flame that never burned out, a “quid pro quo” business arrangement in serious jeopardy of becoming a more personal partnership, and two best friends who might discover they’re a perfect match.
During bonfires on the beach, sunset yacht cruises, and tortuous wedding toasts, will the wedding magic rub off on the guests and turn someone’s “Mr. Plus One” into “Mr. Right”?
When long-time friends head to the wedding of the season as each other’s “plus one” guests, you just know that romance is in the air. The Last Plus One is an anthology of three friends-to-lovers romances. The twist is that each story is set at the same wedding extravaganza but involving different people in the wedding.
In Bring Home the Boss by Alexandra Houghton, Cruz all but forces his work partner and best friend, Maggie, to allow him to be her plus one when she returns to Virtue Cove for her best friend’s wedding. Maggie has been keeping a lot of secrets, but that doesn’t deter Cruz especially after he learns the truth.
In Always on My Mind by Ophelia London, Ashton, the groom’s sister, and Hawk, the best man, are both without dates. Consequently, they decide to go to the wedding together. The big problem is Tyler, the groom. He cannot know that the two are attracted to one another….he would blow a gasket and ruin his own wedding!
When We Were Young by Lindsay Emory, is about Claire, the bride’s friend and wedding planner, and Tom, a family friend and local veterinarian. Tom and Claire had a long-ago date but they haven’t seen eye-to-eye since. How could they end up together let alone as one another’s plus one? It’s a long story that you’ll enjoy reading about.
The title Last Plus One is a great hint that in each novella, the main characters and their plus-one dates fall head-over-heels and won’t need a “plus one” again. This anthology is a fun, romantic read for the wedding season!
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