Book Reviews, Contemporary Romance

Review – My Best Friend’s Mardi Gras Wedding by Erin Nichols

My Best Friend’s Mardi Gras Wedding; Boys of the Bayou #1 (Series)
by Erin Nichols (Author)

This review is from: March 31, 2019 By Kay Daniels (Kindle Edition-Goodreads)
Heat Level:🔥🔥🔥🔥

My Best Friend’s Mardi Gras Wedding is filled with steamy chemistry, lots of wonderful family moments, and NOLA history/information I now feel like I could visit and know exactly where to go. I loved this story from start to finish.

Tori and Josh met the year prior during Mardi Gras. It was a connection that neither could exactly put a finger on, but one where Josh made Tori promise that she would meet him in that exact spot a year later if they were both still single. A romantic notion, yes, but Josh comes from a family of big romantic’s so he thought nothing of it. Tori on the other hand is a bit more skeptical, but still there is something about the southern man that draws her back.

Tori had thought of Josh often in the last year, but did she really believe he would show up again a year later, she wasn’t sure. She just so happened to be back in NOLA for her best friend’s wedding during Mardi Gras, so the timing was perfect. Now if she could just slip away from the wedding festivities long enough to see if Josh actually shows up. When the bride asks her to go meet Andrew, her best friend, at the very bar she is supposed to meet Josh at she happily agrees. Unfortunately, Andrew makes things complicated when he accidently kisses Tori…oops, she did not see that coming.

The perfect solution, find Josh, bring him as her wedding date, and correct everyone’s assumption that she is trying to steal the groom, whom she is only friends with. Thankfully, Josh is completely on board with this plan because he hasn’t stopped thinking about Tori for the last year either. He agrees to be glued to her side, no hardship for him. Does he trust Andrew-no. Does he want to get to know Tori-yes. Are things moving quickly between them-maybe. He’s a Landry-he’s used to things being just a bit crazy, but will she enjoy his family’s kind of crazy? The more he gets to know her…she might be more perfect than he ever imagined.

Tori is falling fast for Josh and somehow the thought doesn’t scare her. The troubling thing that does is Andrew keeps trying to pull her aside and mentioning her past mistakes. She knows he’s only trying to look out for her, like he’s always done, but nothing about Josh feels like a mistake. For the first time in her life she feels like Josh is the best decision she could ever make.

This is the first book in the the Boys of the Bayou series and I’m looking forward to reading more about this wonderful family.

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