Series Connection: The English Brothers, Blueberry Lane Series
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Katharine Gilliam Regnery
Purchase Link: Amazon
Weston English wakes up being excited about attending his brother's wedding only the find out that on-again-off-again girlfriend and date for the wedding has decided this is the best day to dump him and go back to her ex-boyfriend. And part of the reason is because she can't trust him because of the way his older brothers have treated her sisters.
Having to go to the wedding stag has left him in a bad mood. That is until her meets a redhead at the bar the changes his persepective on his newly single status.
Molly had planned to attend her new friend Daisy's wedding with her fiance Dusty, but the night before Dusty called and broke off the engagement. Not wanting to let Daisy down she decides to attend the wedding even though it is the last place she wants to be. At the bar she meets Weston and the two spend the wedding getting to know each other and making decisions on life changes with each other's help.
That is until both their ex's change their minds...
Most of this book takes place in one day at Daisy and Fitz's wedding. Through out the event Molly and Weston spend time together while going along with the rest of the reception activities. Emotions are running high for both characters and for the most part this wouldn't be the time for either of them to making life altering decisions, but for Molly and Westion it seems to fit and isn't too unbelievable so I'll give it a pass.
Wild about Weston is the fifth of six books about the last of the Philadelphia-based, wildly-handsome English brothers who are all on the look-out for love.
(Wait a second! They're definitely NOT all on the look-out for love anymore. Not if Emily, Daisy, Jess and Val have any say in the matter. Weston's the last single English...oh, yeah. And Kate. Poor Kate...)
When Weston English's girlfriend breaks up with him to move to Italy on the morning of his brother Fitz's wedding, he fully expects to have a horrible day. What he doesn't anticipate is meeting Molly McKenna at the reception.
Daisy's friend, Molly, whose fiance dumped her the night before the wedding, decides to throw caution to the wind and eschew her schoolteacher persona for a wild, one-night stand with Weston.
From the ceremony to the cocktail hour, from dinner to dancing, from toasts to photos, Molly and Weston will discover that they have more in common than they could have guessed, and that some horrible endings lead to the happiest beginnings.