Saturday, 7 March 2015
No Weddings (No Weddings #1) by Kat & Stone Bastion
Award-winning author Kat Bastion teams with her husband, Stone Bastion, in this first book in the No Weddings Series about Cade Michaelson, a successful man with his sights set on a new venture in business, and Hannah Martin, the woman who makes it personal.
I think I have my act together as a successful bar owner, my master’s degree within reach, and a list of no-strings-attached women warming my bed. Turns out, I don’t.
Hannah believes she has safeguarded her wounded heart by shunning men and focusing on her new baking business. The thing is, she hasn’t.
When my three sisters and I start a new event-planning business with Hannah as our baker, I have no idea how my life is about to change. As Hannah and I work closely together, the attraction between us becomes irresistible. And complicated. I’ve promised my sisters I wouldn’t mix business with pleasure. But I’ve never been one to follow the rules.
A very strong 8/10.
I loved how this story was written from a male pov. Cade is one of four siblings, who set up an Event planning business. They set up several rules and one of them is that they take on No Weddings.
Along comes Hannah a talented cake designer. Her talents are needed but in order for her to become an employee of the business she has to adhere to the rules set out by them.
Cade and Hannah have previously met but things didn't get off to a great start between them. Both of them have skeletons in their cupboards from past failed relationships, they have both been hurt and neither of them wants to be hurt again.
I really enjoyed the developing business relationship between Cade and Hannah as he helps her promote her own business. As attraction between them starts to grow, we begin to see the beginnings of a blossoming romance. Is this blossoming romance going to follow a straight path or will they hit a few corners along the way?
To find this out you'll need to grab yourself a copy and I can thoroughly recommend it to one and all.
I was forwarded a copy of this from the Publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I have never read any books by Kat Bastion before, this one has been co-written with her husband Stone. I've already purchased the second in the series called One Funeral as I'm looking forward to seeing where the journey along the path is going to lead us.