Review: Finding Cupid by Bridget E. Baker
Updated: Mar 25, 2019
Summary - There are two things event planner Geo Polson will not do. She won't plan weddings, and she will not date. No exceptions. Billionaire venture capitalist Trig Thornton doesn't live by hard and fast rules. After all, you don't finish first by staying in your lane. But when his best friend forces him to help plan a bachelor party, he doesn't expect to be smitten by the feisty wedding planner. Geo's already broken one cardinal rule at the behest of her bestie. There's no way she's going to so much as bend another. But Trig isn't easily dissuaded, and he's made it his business to help Geo relax and have some fun. Will he heal Geo's wounded heart, or are her rules the only thing keeping her safe?
What I Liked - This was a cute. As I've said before, I often struggle with sweet romance because it feels so cheesy. This one wasn't overly so. I like the wirlwind romance aspect because it's a little different than a lot of other billionaire romances. It's basically a love at first sight thing and it's fun to feel like that's possible. Personally, I wanted to see more relationship building. It was almost too fast fast for me. But I like my books a little longer. The plus side to the fast pace is that the conflict isn't dragged out forever, which is something that drives me nuts. The story was written well. If you like to be satisfied by seeing a relationship get from beginning to end in the same book, this one is a good choice.
Appropriate For - Very clean. No swears or sex. Some kissing. Little to zero inuendo.
About The Author - Bridget won her first writing contest in first grade with a story about a day in the life of a little spot of air. (Who says you need a good hook?) She hasn't stopped writing (or talking) since then, although she was briefly derailed by her pursuit of a legal career. Ultimately, boring words, well, bored her. She quit her job to spend less time counting gobs of ill gotten gains, and more time writing stories. She hasn't wasted a second on counting money made from writing fiction, which has left her plenty of time for crafting stories. She loves her husband and all five of her kids (most days). She has a yappy dog, backyard chickens, and a fish. She makes cookies all the time, and thinks they should have their own food group. To keep from blowing up like a balloon, she kickboxes every day. So if you don't like her kids, her cookies, or her books, maybe don't tell her in person.
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