Publisher:  Entangled

Published Date: June 2014

ISBN:  978-1-62266-728-4

Genre: Romance

Source: Received for an honest review

Book Description (from Entangled)

She has a plan. He’s about to change it.

Regan Wakefield is a headhunter in both name and personality: driven, motivated, and unafraid to pursue what—and who—she wants. Naturally, she’s thrilled when her friend’s wedding offers her an opportunity to score Logan McCade, the practically perfect best man. Unfortunately, groomsman Brock McNeil keeps getting in her way, riling her up in the most delicious of ways. But Brock’s smooth southern charm isn’t part of the plan…so how exactly did they end up having searing-hot sex?

Regan may pretend the erotic electricity sparking between them is merely a distraction, but Brock knows better. She refuses to see beyond the devil-may-care façade he presents to the world, while he sees straight through hers. Changing her mind—and getting under her skin—is a challenge he can’t resist. And when he wins, Brock will do whatever it takes to convince Regan that the best man for her is him.


Seducing the Bridesmaid by Katee Robert is Book 3 of the Wedding Dare series and a close second in terms of emotional punch.  Kady and Colton’s destination wedding festivities are bringing their friends and families quite a bit of romance.  Brock is the third part of the Colton, Reed, Brock trio.  Though he comes from money, he’s seen things that he can’t forget and he lives by his own set of rules.  The screw up of the family, Brock has serious issues with his own mask.  When he sees sexy Regan wearing one of her own, he decides to tear it off and show her everything she can be.

Regan is one of the most determined people ever.  She comes from nothing but hard work and she lives by her plan and her work.  She takes one look at Brock and dismisses him like everyone else.  But Brock wants someone who can see the real him and he’s convinced Regan is the one.  I never warmed up well to Regan, even in her own book and so I was never sold on Brock and Regan getting an HEA.  For one thing, Regan never sees through Brock on her own.  I felt Brock deserved better than that.

Each book contains tidbits from the other books as they all happen simultaneously.  Colton, Reed, and Brock’s friendship looms large in this installment in a way that really is very emotional.  I though that part of Brock was handled very well and I really liked seeing how events that happened to one character shaped another character’s life.  It made the series feel more intertwined.


Heat Rating:  Hot

REVIEWED BY: Monique Neaves

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