Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Chose the Wrong Guy, Gave Him the Wrong Finger by Beth Harbison

Quinn Barton was all set to marry her high school sweetheart Burke Morrison.  She was happy, in love and set to walk down that aisle.  Minutes before the wedding Frank Morrison (the groom’s brother and the best man) decides to break it to Quinn that Burke cheated on her.  Quinn calls the wedding off, tells Burke off, and takes off with Frank to Vegas to get away from it all.  It’s now a decade or so later and the boys are back in town.  Quinn hasn’t seen either since that fateful week so long ago.  She has some unfinished business and her best friend is going to help her get over it all.

This is a good quirky romance novel.  Glenn, Quinn’s gay best friend, has great ideas for getting his friend out of the rut that has become her life.  And the brides that walk into Quinn’s shop are, for the most part, delightful. 

This is yet another book I can’t quite recommend on audio.  I didn’t like that reader’s “voice” for one of the characters, made him seem smarmy to me, and since he turned out to be the romantic interest of the piece, it was hard for me to want him to have his happy ever after.