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The Unhoneymooners Review

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren was a quick four star read for me. Amy and Olive are twins. They look exactly identical on the outside but their personalities could not be more different. Amy is as lucky as they come where as Olive doesn’t quite have luck on her side. Now it’s Amy’s wedding everything seems to good to be true until everyone besides Olive and her arch-enemy, the groom’s brother gets terrible food poisoning. With her for a honeymoon departing in just a few hours, Amy knows she and her new husband won’t make it so offers it to Olive but Amy’s husband also offered their honeymoon to his brother Ethan. Ethan and Olive our sworn enemies and hate each other they decide to go on the honeymoon and pretend to be their siblings so they can get a score a free vacation to Hawaii for 10 days. I mean I would do the same thing.

This trip brings Olive and Ethan unexplainably closer and the outcome is shocking in the best romance way possible. I adored the characters they were so many misunderstandings and so many sweet moments that it really felt like a real story that I heard from a friend which is my favorite kind of romance story Christina Lauren did an amazing job making this feel real and authentic by the end of it I felt like I was actually friends with all of these characters because I was invested in their lives. If you’re looking for an adorable romance read this book is for you.

I was so excited to see that Christina Lauren was coming out with another new book on honeymooners so of course I had to request it. Spoiler it did not disappoint.

I received a review copy of this ebook from Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this ebook.


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