Adult Fiction, Book reviews and recommendations, Young Adult 16+

Book Review: The Unhoneymooners

Title: The Unhoneymooners.

Author: Christina Lauren.

Genre: Contemporary Romance.

Review by: Chantelle, LCA Intern for Library HQ

Synopsis: You know what they say about twins being good luck? Well, For Olive that’s not exactly the truth. Ami has always had impeccable luck. It’s like she’s a magnet for it.

But Ami’s luck may finally be wearing out when Ami and her entire wedding party get horribly sick. Olive would happily stay by her sister’s side and help her be up and running again, but there’s a non-refundable trip on the line and Ami wants her to take it.

A free vacation to paradise? Olive can’t believe her luck. But there’s a catch. . .Her nemesis, Ethan, the groom’s brother, is also tagging along.

Review: Do you know what’s better than attending your honeymoon with your groom? Attending a free vacation with your sworn enemy.

Olive detests Ethan purley because he had the gall to dislike her. But for a vacation in paradise she is graciously willing to dutifully ignore him completely. Because she’s amazing like that.

But when a series of events in paradise forces them to be in close confines, they begin to realise that maybe pretending to be married isn’t all that bad after all. . .And maybe, just maybe, the charade isn’t the worst thing in the world.

When the vacation is over will they continue pretending? Will they tott it to nothing more than the drugging effect of paradise? Or will Olive and Ethan choose their own good luck?

The Un-honeymooners is an excellent read, rife with hilarious scenes, and never ending chemistry. If you are looking for a light-hearted read, this is the book to go for.

If you like the sound of this book, place a request on it on our Library Catalogue.

This will be my last review before the summer and I’ll be back again in September!


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