Review: To Love and to Cherish by Lauren Layne

To Love and to Cherish To Love and to Cherish by Lauren Layne
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book read like a delightful romantic comedy. It wasn't hilarious, but it was light. Most of the angst and drama came from the heroine, Alexis. That woman was stubborn, bullheaded, ambitious, oblivious, selfish, inconsiderate, bitter, etc. I understand why she became the way she was. However, what I didn't understand, what made me downright upset, was how she could, after 8 years, treat Logan the way that she did. Her attitude and behaviour towards him were not only deplorable but also insensitive and kind of disrespectful. And I don't think her slice of humble pie was large enough to make how she treated him okay.

Now Logan... he was an absolute darling. I LOVED him!! He was Clark Kent/Superman/Henry Cavill hot and I absolutely adored him. He was worthy of all four of my review stars. I just wish his HEA was a bit more easily won.

Overall, this story was written beautifully and spoke of a love of a lifetime because that's exactly what Logan wanted to share with Alexis. He may have had to bulldoze some walls and slay some mythical dragons in a LONG fought battle, but at least he got his girl. With an interesting mix of side characters and appropriate injections of humour, this story was an incredible conclusion to the Wedding Belles series.

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