Review of Hitched

Hitched

Pippa Grant

Lili Valente

September 3, 2019

Indie


She’s the last woman on earth I’d marry….again.
Yet here I am.
Saying my vows. Again.
To save an alpaca.
At least, that’s my story.
But the truth might be a little more complicated.
I didn’t want to let her go the first time. But now I have a second chance to win over my wife.
We’re older. Wiser. And hornier.
This time, I won’t fail.

Hitched is a red hot, enemies-to-lovers laugh-a-palooza featuring a girl in need of a marriage of convenience and a man in need of a cold shower to keep from falling for his fake wife. They say opposites attract, but with Blake and Hope, they also combust…

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Hitched by Pippa Grant and Lili Valente is a quick, slapstick read with familiar characters from the two preceding novels, Hammered (see my review) and Hosed, particularly the ornery George Cooney, the infamous raccoon.

Hope runs a rescue. She is the owner of Chewpacca, whom we met in the last novel when he felt in love with Olivia. Chewpacca also happens to be a sough-after stud, which is why Hope’s cousin is hoping to be the first to marry according to their grandmother’s will and obtain the alpaca.

Hope doesn’t intend for her cousin to get his greedy paws on her beloved alpaca so she enlists Blake to be her husband. And this is when we discover that Hope and Blake once got married in Las Vegas.

As long as you can forget or overlook some plot holes, the primary one for me being Hope and Blake’s annulment as well it’s lack of use as a plot device ( 🙁 ), you can expect some laugh-out-loud moments as well as steamy ones as Hope and Blake rediscover the fire they began in Las Vegas.

While I really liked Hope and Blake as a couple, I did wish a bit more had been done with them.

As for the ending, it was superhero electric, page-turning, and left me feeling happy.

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.


3-and-half
3 butterflies and a ladybug out of 5 butterflies

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