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I couldn't put The Wedding Date down. I love a good romance and this delivered from the first page to the last One of the best books I've read in a while. In Guillory's flat debut, a stalled elevator sparks a fake date that leads to muddled emotions. After Drew Nichols, a sexy pediatrician from Los. So you read and loved the latest romance darling THE WEDDING DATE? Get these books next!.

Then, I tried to write another book that I had a lot difficulty with. I took a little writing break, and afterward, I started writing The Wedding Date. I started looking for an agent after writing the book, doing a lot of revisions, sending it to some friends, and then doing more revisions. What were your favorite romantic comedies growing up? Did they inspire you to write romance? There were a lot. I loved everything Molly Ringwald. I also love When Harry Met Sally, and can watch it on repeat for hours.

All books hinge on some sort of trope, which is fun to play with.

I like to see both how books and movies stick straight to romantic tropes, and also turn them on their head. It was good to see how romance movies have done this with people falling in love, breaking up, and coming back together. The Wedding Date is a phenomenal book. What sparked the idea for a romance novel? Was writing romance something you always wanted to do? I started writing in my early-to-mid 30s. I had some friends who were writers, and I started talking tentatively to them about it.

Then, I was sick for a while, and I was reading a ton of romance novels.

At first, I thought I loved reading romance, but I could never write one of those books. Then, I changed my mind [laughs]. The Wedding Date came to me gradually. I need to have an outline before I start writing, and I found that out the hard way. The day before it started, she texted me to ask if I wanted to do it with her. I thought about my outline, said okay, and then started writing The Wedding Date.

I had so much fun writing this book that I was excited to keep going. Alexa and Drew are such well-written and fleshed out characters. What inspired you to create these characters? The characters were so well developed. I feel like I know all of them. I would like to see the author write a book with Carlos finding his better half. I really liked his character. The reason I gave 4 stars and not 5 is because of the reference about the trouble Olivia got in as a kid and how if it had been Drew, the cops would have done anything because he is white.

And it offends me because my hubby was a cop for years and he was never that way. Yes, I know there are some that are but not all of the. He probably deserved it, though. Drew had been a complete jerk.

But, luck was on his side. The day before the wedding, Alexa showed up in his life. Alexa was anxious, about attending the wedding date, but excited too. Drew Nichols was not only a handsome physician; he was a funny one. This is a super cute romance. When Alexa is stuck in an elevator with handsome stranger Drew, the spark is instant. However, there was way too much of this stuff for my taste. Thanks so much to Netgalley for the opportunity to read this book.

For more reviews, please visit: View all 7 comments. With a cuter than cute meet-cute, you'd expect things to go smoothly. But when you put together two people who aren't in their element, things are bound to get complicated.

It's serendipitous when Drew Nichols and Alexa Monroe first meet. Drew needs a plus-one last-minute, and after getting stuck in an elevator together, Alexa agrees to become the good doctor's date to the wedding of his ex-girlfriend. From there on out, things go neither of them expect, not that their first meeting is something you'd expect to happen on a daily basis anyway.

From an elevator, Alexa and Drew end up in a wedding, a hotel room, and Los Angeles and Berkeley back and forth. Things are going great, and they're having a lot of fun, but soon enough, reality catches up with them. Drew isn't quite sure how to be in a relationship, and Alexa has never been in a situation like this. Both stand on shaky ground and are afraid that any step they take might ruin everything.

They need to figure out what they are to each other and if it's worth fighting for. First of all, I love that they're both dedicated to their careers. Drew clearly loves being a pediatric surgeon, and he's a pretty great one at that.

So is Alexa. As the mayor's chief of staff, she has the power to start change. She's working hard to lobby a project that will help at-risk teens and is doing everything it can for the project to get the green light. Issues about race, while not the main theme, is never set aside. It's sad how casually those issues came out in this story because it is how it is in real life. It's usually not a shout or a huge scene. It just is. So, I loved it that Alexa educated Drew about it, and that Drew was open to seeing things from the other side.

This book was as cute as its cover! The chemistry between Drew and Alexa was palpable throughout the story, and I honestly loved how the issues between them went about. It was exactly what would happen when a couple like Alexa and Drew are in that situation. Once reality came knocking down their sexed-up and infatuated bubble, they didn't know how to handle it since they've never been in that situation before.

I have to admit though that somewhere in the middle, things became a little repetitive. The story gained traction again soon enough, and I kept crossing my fingers they'll finally figure it out. Aside from Alexa and Drew, there are a lot of lovely side-characters that made this story even more enjoyable. While they weren't always on screen, they helped keep the story going in their own ways.

This book was a sweet and lovely debut novel, and I'm definitely keeping an eye out for Ms. Guillory's future works. If you're looking for a sweet and charming book with intense chemistry and realistic tension between two promising characters, you might enjoy The Wedding Date.

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Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram You know how they always say never judge a book by its cover? Because this cover is cute AF and so was this book!!!! Such a refreshing read, I enjoyed it so much! The Wedding Date is about Alexa, who when visiting her sister in a hotel gets stuck in the elevator with a hot guy, Drew, when the power goes out. Right off the bat they hit it off and Drew asks Alexa to be hit date at a wedding the next day and she agrees. One fake night of dating and the two begin 4.

But a relationship that starts out as fake cannot end up real, right? This was the perfect book to pick up and forget your problems. Sweet, fun, enlightening and romantic, this debut novel needs to be your next read!

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View all 8 comments. Feb 02, Riley rated it really liked it. This was an adorable romance with my favorite Fake Dating trope! Overall this is a great romance and I'm excited to read more from this author! Feb 08, Heather rated it liked it Shelves: Another great book to read near Valentine's Day!

Steamy, romantic and def. Mar 15, Trina Between Chapters rated it really liked it Shelves: Very adorable and sexy romance! I loved that this got right into things and began with the wedding and then let us watch how things unfolded after the fake date. For the most part, this was compulsively readable but I felt this maybe dragged on a little too long in the middle. The main character is African American ownvoices and there is fat rep.

It does toe the line of having some body image issues go away due to the love interest, but with the narrative being so in her head, I felt Alexa's th Very adorable and sexy romance!

It does toe the line of having some body image issues go away due to the love interest, but with the narrative being so in her head, I felt Alexa's thoughts about her weight were highly realistic to my experience and I loved seeing a character like myself in this way as the lead of a romance novel.

There are sex scenes. Some fade to black, some get quite descriptive, and some seemed liked they couldn't make up their mind which of these two options they wanted to be. Overall, I loved the premise, I loved the characters, I was rooting for them, and I want to read more by this author! Stuck in an elevator with an attractive man was not how Alexa Monroe saw this evening going. Arriving at a hotel to visit her sister, who is just in town for a night, with a bottle of champagne and cheese and crackers in her purse, she's ready for a night of girl chat.

What she gets is an interesting proposal.

Drew Nichols is at the hotel for a wedding weekend. The wedding of his ex-girlfriend to one of his best friends from med school. Not awkward at all. Making matters worse, his date cancelled on him at the last minute so he is running solo. Now stuck in the elevator with an attractive young woman, the answer becomes clear! He needs to convince her to be his date. His fake girlfriend for the whole weekend.

Luckily, Dr. Nichols is very persuasive. And so begins one of the best fake date tropes in history. I adored the wedding weekend for Drew and Alexa. Alexa is such a great character. Extremely relatable. She has some self doubts and insecurities that many of us have probably had. Especially when starting to date a new person. I like how that came off on the page, very believable to me. Drew is so charming and fun without being annoying.

He also had some believable and relatable traits when it came to commitments and second guessing himself. I would definitely say that I had more fun with the first half of the book compared to the second half. It was still a good story, I just found myself becoming frustrated at the lack of communication.

This being said, I think a lot of relationships IRL suffer from lack of communication too, so maybe this is how it really would have gone. One aspect I did really enjoy was how much we learned about Alexa and Drew's careers. This wasn't just all about the romance. There was that but we were also dealing with adults who had lives prior and outside of their romance. I liked seeing that. I also liked that we were reading about a mixed race couple and it wasn't just glossed over.

They did have some conversations about it and I appreciated that. There was some depth to this story but also a lot of steaminess. The steamy scenes were good, although at times I did catch some repetitive phrasing and such that was meh. Overall though, a fun little read! I am looking forward to reading the companion novels in this series.

I am really excited to get to both of those! I would definitely recommend this book to other romance readers.

I think it is important to note that I am just starting to get into romance, so my opinions are from a reader fairly inexperienced in the genre. I still think even advanced romance readers could have fun with this though! The writing was beautiful and the story refreshing. The Wedding Date was fast paced and lighthearted!

I adored Alexa and Drew. Alexa is smart and funny. Drew is charming,sweet,cute and kind. I really like how they met and I enjoyed that they start first as friends. They have some flirty,funny and sweet moments. Their romance felt realistic and I enjoyed it a lot! They make smile all the time!! This is my first book from Jasmine Guillory and I'm planning to read more books by her! The writing was flawless and the story lovely! View all 3 comments.

Mar 15, Elyse Walters rated it liked it. I kept listening I mean We were in San Francisco, at of the cities greatest hotels I was hoping for dazzling sparkles inside that hotel.

My sister had her rehearsal dinner in the Fairmount. I was her maid of honor for the wedding - all of 16 years old.

I still remember the gold plates we ate on The evening nighttime view was spectacular. I wore a lime green dress with a hot pink satin waist belt Flaws included - I saw what the author was trying to achieve. And she partially does. She loved her job. He was the bridegroom for his ex-girlfriends wedding.

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God forbid Dr. Nichols showed up alone. Eye-rolling dialogue can still hold your attention I discovered. I was recovering from the aftermath of an allergic reaction not to crackers and cheese , More crackers and cheese bonding became full-blown cheesy Their ongoing eating reprise food frenzies were a little redundant.

Drew Nichols was a white male.. Not a bad guy, really if his type moves you Alexia was hesitant to date Drew at first but it felt good having a fluttering heart. Her heart kept on fluttering to the the very end.

I was rooting for San Francisco and Berkeley to come out on top. I like reading books in the Bay Area Poverty vs. My final conclusion Cute at times - laughed a little Eye-rolling entertainment fits nicely while being energy-depleted and healing.

View all 12 comments. Apr 06, Mandy rated it really liked it. Sweet little romantic novel. Drew and Alexa both meet accidentally on an elevator and Drew asks Alexa to accompany him to a wedding. He wants her to pretend to be his girlfriend and the weekend turns out to be more than either expected. Predictable story bu Sweet little romantic novel. Predictable story but still loved it! Jan 28, Sh3lly GrumpyBookGrrrl. This is not the type of book I generally seek out.

I like romances, but I usually prefer either historical romances or paranormal ones - something not set in our world, present time. However, after reading Roxane Gay's review, I decided to request it from Netgalley. This is a contemporary romance and I've heard words used to describe it like "charming" and "cute" and I think that works.

The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory

Alexa goes to see her visiting sister in her hotel room and gets stuck in an elevator with a cute man Drew. They end up flirting and suddenly Alexa is going to a wedding with Drew as his new girlfriend. The act becomes real and romance ensues. I didn't find much to set this apart from other contemporary romances, but Alexa and Drew made a cool couple.

Alexa is a strong woman, independent, and confident. Drew has issues with dating and commitments, but Alexa proves to be the one to break through his walls. Thank you Netgalley and publisher for providing a digital copy to read and review. This novel doesn't break ANY new romance ground, does it? View all 5 comments. Aug 02, Jennifer rated it liked it Shelves: The Wedding Date is Jasmine Guillory 's debut novel. It features one of my favorite romance tropes: As the title suggests, the hero needs a date to a wedding, so a stranger he meets in a stalled elevator agrees to show up.

Other factors lead to them faking a relationship to save face, and so the trope begins. Overall, I liked The Wedding Date.Flaws included - I saw what the author was trying to achieve. All of those questions should have been asked, and yet, here we all are. February 3, at 6: With the dexterity of a Cirque de Soleil performer, Drew shoves his foot deeply into his mouth when he wonders why troubled kids should be rewarded with art classes.

Contemporary Romance , Romance Theme: Let's be honest, it most likely won't, but, in the odd chance that it does I'll be surprised. The book should have been called Groundhog Day because every time they met, it would be the same routine: Our heroine, a single mother not looking for a relationship, lets the hero pursue something more, but they have their ups and downs.