Extremely cute, low on angst, a bit of character growth, and super fluffy with a smidgen of insta-love, but made me go all 'aawwwww' at the end, and in the middle, too.
And Holy Hot Boysecks, Batman!! *fans self* The love scenes in this book were hot enough to melt my Nook, and emotional enough to make me feel like I was intruding on something amazing.
Brody, whom you might remember from the previous book as the one who broke Teddy's heart in college and then tried to win him back, only to be thwarted by Nico, is still in Provincetown, still trying to land an acting job and still single.
Brody is also determined to find Mr. Right in a place like Provincetown where most men are only looking for Mr. Right Now. And Brody has standards, dontcha know. The man of his dreams has to be sane, hot, single and employed, and mustn't have any baggage. Like kids. Or snoring. Or cockiness.
Despite Brody's efforts, he hasn't found this man yet, and his latest prospect was a dud too.
But now Zach and Van are getting married, and Zach's cousin Eric is on the way. When Brody is dispatched to pick him up from the ferry, he has no idea that his whole life is about to change.
I really, really liked this story. It was much in the same tone as the previous one of this series, and while there's insta-love and a much too precocious nine year old (Eric's daughter Maddie), as well as a lot of fluff, there was also a sweet, fluffy love story to be had, as well some some hot boysecksing. Low on angst, even though it touches on themes of lost love and bad parenting, but the back stories helped to define the characters and allowed them to grow from start to finish.
The dialogue is snarky and humorous, and I enjoyed seeing the supporting characters from the previous book again.
Yes, this is fluff at its best. I loved it.
** I received a free ARC from the publisher. A positive review was not promised in return. **