Anna Keebler makes a living being unconventional. A wedding planner who specializes in more…unusual ceremonies, Anna’s client list includes everything from nudists to paintballers to Little Red Riding Hood enthusiasts. So when her photographer up and quits during a wedding blitz in Hawaii, Anna makes an unconventional decision. She hires a hot Marine to be her new photographer.
Little does she know, Grant Patton is the best man in one of her weddings. He’s so perfect he’s practically a Boy Scout—if Boy Scouts were big, ripped Marines with gorgeous gray eyes, and good at, oh, everything. Especially sex. In fact, his only flaw seems to be that he hates marriage as much as she does. But Anna suspects the sexy Boy Scout routine is a cover, and if he wants this thing between them to be about more than sex, Grant must reveal the dark past he’s fought so hard to hide…
Review: As a wedding planner, Anna Keebler plays a big role in making memories. Even if that means ceremonies that are a bit on the unusual side, she gives it her full attention. When one of those off-the-wall weddings includes an encounter with Grant Patton, Anna realizes that she might have a shot at her own happily ever after.
In Best Man for Hire, author Tawna Fenske delivers another installment featuring the Patton family. This time, it is Grant Patton, a sexy Marine who steps in just when Anna needs a hand.
If there is one thing I have learned about this series, it’s that the author excels in matching up alpha males with equally strong women. Add in a heavy dose of humor along with plenty of passion and Fenske delivers another hit.
I liked the fact that characters featured in earlier installments continued to play a role in this story so I could see their progression. Although each story can be read as a stand alone, it is much better to read all four books in sequence.
As in the other stories, this particular match-up has some heavy duty hotness. Given that the characters both have secrets to reveal, the storyline features several swifts and turns that kept my interest.