Libby St. Clair believes in fate - so much so, she's willing to pin everything on a curse a fortune-teller placed on her and her two best friends when they were kids. The curse, that each of them will marry before 30, have a disaster of a wedding, and end up with a man other than her original fiancé, has come to fruition for both of her friends, who are now deliriously happy. But Libby's attempt to quick-start the curse by proposing to her wrong-for-her boyfriend ends in a wild dash from the altar.
Having spent most of his adulthood fleeing responsibility and commitment, Noah McMillan is finally ready to grow up. Of course, figuring out how is still a work in progress. When he realizes that he's in love with his friend, Libby, he flies to Kansas City to put a stop to her wedding. But Libby's already pulled a runaway bride. Eager to cheer her up and prove that he can be the man she deserves, he takes her on a madcap car trip that will bring them all the way to the City of Sin. In Vegas, those who risk it all either win big or lose everything, so what will happen if Libby and Noah take a gamble on love?
Another 5 star read in the Wedding Pact series! You will fall in love with Noah and Libby and there's visits from all our favorite characters from the previous 2 books in the series! Noah and Libby have their own roller coaster of a ride but I loved it and loved getting to know more about these two!
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I don't like to write bad reviews but I know I would like to be informed if I were thinking about purchasing this book and looking at the reviews. This is the third book in this series. I liked the h/h characters growth but unfortunately this story was too drawn out. Also there was too much miscommunication. The sub character of Gram was absurd and overdone. It seems like there is a trend with some authors since the Stephanie Plum series, to make the grandmother figures be obnoxious. It gets to the point of being sleazy and overdone. In short, I would not recommend this book.
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This was my favorite book of the series. Libby and Noah were made for each other, but they wouldn’t admit it. They didn’t want to risk their friendship.
Libby decides she is going to ask her 5 month boyfriend Mitch to marry her in hopes that her real soulmate would come along and bust up the wedding. When they were at the alter, Libby realized there wasn’t anyone out there to sweep her off her feet. She decided to make a run for it! She ends up on a road trip with Noah.
This book was funny. I love the characters, especially the over-the-top grandmas. Fun, quick read.
These two were destined to be together, dispute what their friends say or think. They just needed to get out of their own way. It was an adventure watching these two discover the love they both felt for each other. As always, the narrator Shannon McManus hit all the marks. I really enjoyed this story.
This is the absolute funniest book in this series! The grandmas are so hilarious! If you love a side of funny with your romance this is a must read!
I have never laughed so much listening to a book! My favorite of this trilogy! I even shed a tear. Great book!
Where does The Gambler rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
It's up there
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Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I did want to listen to this book all in one sitting and I did because I drive a lot so that's my Audible is perfect
I have enjoyed listening to all three books!! The narrator did a superb job and the storylines in all three books were fun to read!
If you've read the first two books in the series, nothing in this book will be a surprise. It's basically the same predictable story yet again.
I love this author and wanted to finish the series, but had to try really hard to stay interested long enough to finish it.
these where good kinda predictable at times, half way through the book you knew there was going to be something to break them up and put them back together. It did have funny moments that I laughed out loud..which is weird when your in a car alone listening the strange looks I got.over it was a good read.