I won't really spoil anything but I had quite a problem with that portion of the book. I know that sounds like I didn't like the book, yet I really did enjoy the ending and of course all of Mattie's portions.
I think the story is a cute, fun idea but maybe it went one book too far. I did not need the wedding to actually come to fruition to enjoy the book. I could have been done after book 2 but I like to finish what I start. Overall the book is a fun little romance. I have read all three and would recommend them to a romance reader who enjoys light reads. Jul 29, Angie rated it it was amazing. Of the 3 books in this series, this one was my absolute favorite. Book 1 brings Josie and Jake together, book 2 helps their relationship grow, but book 3 has the true story of how a relationship has ups and downs, but the end result is well worth the hardships.
This book, while it makes you laugh almost all the way through it, it made me cry there at the end when things started to go all wrong for Josie.
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I loved the end scene for the wedding! All I'll say is I wish I could get married all over a Of the 3 books in this series, this one was my absolute favorite. All I'll say is I wish I could get married all over again and use that concept. I really loved this whole series and can't wait to read more books from this author. Apr 03, Bieke rated it it was ok Shelves: read I think the author made a mistake by making these into a series.
It makes more sense to me to turn these into 1 book. It reads fast, but the story isn't really believable Apr 03, Mary Whitehurst rated it it was amazing. Just WOW!
Thank you, Rachel Astor, for creating this jewel for us to delight us. Jan 12, Katie rated it it was ok. Ugh, I'm glad that this series is over - so that I can stop following this ridiculous series. Plotlines are pretty ridiculous, characters are flat - in 3 books, hardly anyone grew AT ALL - and it's really actually pretty silly.
BUT I still read it super quickly and it was a good, trashy, no-thinking read. May 31, Het rated it did not like it. Downright horrible. When everything goes down the drain for the MC instead of sympathizing with her we feel she she deserves it and the reconciliation happens too quick for the disasters she caused. Disasters mentioned as the part of the diary actually were out of control and sheer bad luck and make you sympathize with her but the actual book plot is total train wreck.
Actual disaster. Jun 12, Krystyna rated it it was amazing. The wedding of the year or an unmitigated disaster Awesome! She's getting married!
That's if the two wedding planners ever agree on anything and if the press stops hounding her. Will the problems be too much for her or will she take a chance on love.
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Funny, zany, lighthearted ending to the series. Loved the series. Jan 02, Shani rated it did not like it Shelves: did-not-finish. Did not finish. Could not finish. I'll leave it at that. Dec 30, Dawn rated it it was amazing. Loved it, great ending! Aug 15, Acheron Lover rated it it was ok.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This kind of seemed like the first book in a way because it was dealing with the paparazzi, and like the saying says, "fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me. This one was wrapped up nicely but this one focus on how the relationship should have been established in the second book. Although it was hysterical as well, there was more focus This kind of seemed like the first book in a way because it was dealing with the paparazzi, and like the saying says, "fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me.
Although it was hysterical as well, there was more focus on the wedding. What is missing is the bride from the first book, where was she? What about the cousins? Meeting the parents? I thought there should be more in this book. The happily ever after was more for the supporting characters and where they are in their lives at the end of the book, she did not really indicate anything on where she is in her career.
Mar 11, Rosemary Terryn rated it it was amazing. A Perfect Sexual I sat on the edge wondering if the wedding was ever going to take place. They sounded like a devoted couple and would force the reader to root for their happiness. Jul 11, Victoria rated it really liked it Shelves: reads. The Wedding Wager was definitely the most intriguing out of the three stories in this series. I felt like it had the most substance, not just the drama, just the actually storyline itself.
This story went the most in depth and just has the most to offer.
Unlike the other two which just skimmed the water, this one actually dove in The Wedding Wager was definitely the most intriguing out of the three stories in this series. Unlike the other two which just skimmed the water, this one actually dove in a little bit, giving you more to read and making it easier to get intrigued. Even though a lot of this series was very predictable, such as Josie's alienation from everyone in her life Jake, Mattie, Jen and her mother I honestly wasn't sure she was going to be able to fix it in the end.
I was nearing the end of the story and Josie was still alone and hadn't patched up her relationships. I like that she wasn't able to automatically fix everything, which is the case in many books where the main character fights with everyone in their life then says "I'm sorry" and everything is magically fixed. You get the impression that it may not be alright in the end and that was very intriguing. I liked the idea of the Disaster Diary getting published, I agreed with Josie that it made her seem so approachable and normal.
I could relate to her because of my ridiculous amounts of clumsiness, so I thought the diary getting published was a cute idea.
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I also loved how Josie stuck to her guns, not many women would if the man they loved told them that it was either him or publishing the diary. I thought it showed some strength in her character that she was able to stand up for what she wanted and didn't just give in because he told her not to do it not to because mention he's the hottest movie star at the moment.
It gave Josie's character a lot more depth, which I think had been lacking at some points.