Wednesday, August 24, 2016

May the Best Man Win by Mira Lyn Kelly


Four friends
Each a Best Man at a wedding
One chance to get it right


Jase Foster can't believe his bad luck. He's been paired with the she-devil herself for his best friend's wedding: Emily Klein of the miles-long legs and killer smile. She may be sin in a bridesmaid dress, but there's no way he's falling for her again.

They can barely stand each other, but given how many of their friends are getting married, they'll just have to play nice-at least when they're in company. Once they're alone, more than just gloves come off as Jase and Emily discover their chemistry is combustible, and there may be something to this enemies to lovers thing after all...

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Veronica☆☆☆☆
Jase and Emily's story is an enemies-to-lovers story. At least on the surface. It doesn't take long for us to learn that Jase and Emily share a history that goes all the way back to high school and there is a lot more going on than meets the eye.

Em and Jase keep getting paired up in their friends' wedding parties and they can't stand each other. The tension between these two is high and their chemistry if off the charts. There are plenty of hot scenes, but it is the building of friendship and trust by our couple and the healing of past hurts that got to my heart. I was wishing so hard for Em and Jase to get a happily ever after. Romance is not smooth sailing for these two.

May the Best Man Win is a great start to a new series. I look forward to reading the next book, Best Man for the Job.


Lee’Anne☆☆☆☆
3.5 Stars

This was a good read but I really felt like it started off missing a chapter. It took me until almost 10% into the book to figure out what was going on, there were to many characters introduced all at once and it was just very confusing at the beginning. I also found the storyline to be a bit unbelievable, I just don’t realistically see anyone being invited to be in so many different weddings and definitely not two people. On the upside though, it really was a good read once the confusion was straightened out. I found myself laughing out loud on more than one occasion and Jase and Emily’s chemistry is off the charts.

Jase and Emily have known one another since high school and Jase believes that Emily broke his then best friend’s heart. The two despise one another and have had the unfortunate luck to be thrown together because of their similar heights in their friends’ weddings. (I lost count exactly, but I think maybe 5/6 weddings?) Though the two hate each other, their attraction to one another is off the charts, and after being forced together so many times, they can no longer resist. There is a ton of back and forth with neither of them being on the same page about commitment, leading us to believe they’re never going to work it out.

I do look forward to reading the next book in this series, I’m excited to see where the author takes us next.



USA Today bestselling author Mira Lyn Kelly grew up in the Chicago area and earned her degree in Fine Arts from Loyola University. She met the love of her life while studying abroad in Rome, Italy, only to discover he'd been living right around the corner from her. They live in rural Minnesota.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of May the Best Man Win (The Best Men #1) by Mira Lyn Kelly to read and review.

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