I Do (If Only #3) by AJ Pine

Happy Saturday!  Today I am bringing to you a very sweet and sexy story.  I Do by AJ Pine is the third book in her If Only series. All of these books can be read as standalones.  You will love the multiple stories of the four couples featured.  It will give you faith in love that can overcome almost anything.  For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.  I hope you are having a wonderful and enjoyable weekend.

IDo_Final CoverBook Blurb:

Sometimes you have to trust your heart to find out what home really means.

Duncan McAllister is marrying Elaina Tripoli tomorrow. Except–he’s missing. Jordan, Noah, Griffin, Maggie, and Miles arrive in Greece for the festivities to find frantic messages from both the bride and groom. Noah and Griffin set off to find Duncan while Jordan, Maggie, and Miles try to salvage what should be a day of celebration before the wedding.

But the Americans have their own baggage. Noah’s got a surprise planned for Jordan that has to go perfectly. Griffin’s keeping life-changing news from Maggie. And Miles–well, he wasn’t looking for love on this trip until a Greek sous chef named Alex rocks his world.

The race is on for Duncan to make it back to Elaina before she decides not to take him back at all. For Noah to make sure his monumental plan goes off without a hitch. For Griffin to tell Maggie the truth without losing her. For Miles to admit that letting himself fall in love is worth the risk.

Happily Ever After waits at the finish line…if the four couples can make it on time.

Review:

Duncan is marrying Elaina.  Noah has a surprise for Jordan after their best friends get married.  Griffin has important news to tell Maggie.  Miles meets a very sexy man on the flight where he is an uncomfortable fifth wheel.  What can happen will happen when this is supposed to the happiest times in their lives.  Can their love over come these hurdles or will things end tragically?

I really liked this story.  I don’t normally like to read a series out of order, but this book was an excellent standalone that makes me want to go back and read about Noah and Jordan’s beginning and Griffin and Maggie’s start also.  This love story really was a bit of a story with a comedy of errors mixed in.  From Duncan’s airport mishap to Noah’s spoiled surprise to Griffin’s important news coming out at an inconvenient time.  These all made them very relatable and made you love them even more when they made up for it.  I also, liked the women.  They are all strong with a fantastic love for their men that shines through all they do even when they are mad at them.  I truly felt this was a realistic love story for all involved.  It was touching and brought a lot of issues that most couples have into a story where happily ever after is obtainable.  I would totally recommend this book for all who want a great love story.

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