There are bad hangovers, then there’s waking up married to your brother’s idiot friend.
On the trip of a lifetime, a drunken Wren and intoxicated Brody stumble upon a wedding ceremony and decide to tag along for the ride. But being spectators isn’t quite wild enough when you’ve got tequila in your toes, and before either of them can stop what they’re about to do, “We now pronounce you husband and wife.”
Once sober and home, the incompatible newlyweds try everything within their power to end their pantomime marriage. Unfortunately for them, the promise and vows they made to spend their life together now aren’t as easy to break as they’d once hoped.
Especially not when Brody starts to have a change of heart.
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About the Author
Late 2010 was when I discovered I enjoyed writing, before that I had never even thought about it. I fell in love with creating stories and characters instantly. At first I didn't really take writing seriously, it was a hobby. Now, though, it's all I want to do. I have the support of my wonderful fiance and family behind me. I count myself as one of the lucky ones.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
It's been YEARS since I've read Natasha Preston but when I think of her, I think ugly cry angst. Silence is a book that has stayed with me since I first read it four years ago. Waking Up in Vegas is nothing like Silence, except that it so wonderfully written. What happens in Vegas can't always stay in Vegas and Brody and Wren learn that lesson the hard way. The shenanigans that this group gets up to are something else. This book was a wild ride from beginning to end. I loved meeting this group of family and friends and am looking forward to watching each of them get their own HEA.
What happens in Vegas can’t stay in Vegas. What a blowout. This book is funny, witty and totally adorable. Wren is Brody’s best friends little sister and off-limits. It doesn’t matter that she’s hot and now 18. He should go there. A group of friends and family go to Las Vegas for Brody’s birthday. It’s party time but even though Wren can go she isn’t old enough to drink or gamble. One wild night with Brody’s changes everything. They shouldn’t have been drunk and the definitely shouldn’t have got married. Wren and Brody’s have witty banter. They don’t always get along and love joking around with each other. Getting married changes things but can they pull it together before they realise divorce isn’t their only option. This book is so funny. I loved every minute. It has passion, love and a perfect family wedding. 5 out of 5. *I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.