Book Review: Just Say Yes

 



Everly Whitman is worn down and exhausted from the long hours she’s been putting in at work. When she learns that her high school graduation class is considering a cruise for their thirty-year reunion, she should be ecstatic, right? After all, it’s the long-awaited vacation she’s been hoping for. But who wants to go on a cruise when you’re single?

Determined to have a good time, Everly and her best friend Meghan spend their first day at sea soaking up the sun with a couple of drinks out by the pool. The perfect day is far from over when Everly finds herself up on stage that night for the ship’s popular game show, Just Say…Yes!, a show that’s meant for couples and not someone that’s single.

When a random guy from the audience pretends to be her husband and joins Everly on stage, it doesn’t take long for her to discover this isn’t just some chance pairing. In fact, he’s someone she’s known since high school.

Who knew pretending to be married could be so much fun! Will the two of them play along in hopes of winning the grand prize or will the show come to an end with them simply saying goodbye?

If you love witty banter and laugh-out-loud moments, this romantic comedy is going to leave you begging for more. Grab your copy of Just Say…Yes! today.


My Review

Just Say Yes is sweet and charming, short story. Readers who like a romance but without all of the really "hot" stuff...sex, will want to check out this book. 


I like that the main character, Everly is a mature adult that is not in her twenties. Not every love story has to be about a couple in their twenties or thirties. The author does a lovely job of showcasing that second chances at love can be a wonderful thing. Amy did not make it awkward between Everly and her "fake husband". There were real sparks happening between them. 


If you are looking for a quick book to read on a weekend afternoon, than, you will want to pick up a copy of this book. Just saying "Yes" will be the best choice you make. 


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