Very rarely do I read small town romance in fear that they are cheesy and just like a pile of over the moon bubbly goodness and sugar. This book blew my mind with expectations. It had a great plot.
The plot ran smooth and was well developed. There weren’t any big holes that couldn’t be figured out. The plot, which is romantic of course, follows the story of Chad, an uptight business man who fears love, and his best bud, Amelia, who fears commitment and loves to be free. These two characters are polar opposites, yet their friendship is really special. Like a typical best friends to lovers romance, both people hide their love for each other in fear of losing the other, but this uniqueness of getting married and then falling was amazing.
Chad was an amazing hero. He really cared for Amelia and valued their friendship. Even Amelia was cool. When two characters do not annoy me, I am a happy camper.
The meddling grandfathers that provided the unexpected twist in the story made the book all the more memorable. The hilarious jokes and funniness made this a good feel good rom com. I would highly recommend this book for anyone who loves small town romance with friends to lovers.