The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory

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I have finally started to venture out of my Christina Lauren romance cocoon and branch out to some other romance authors! Jasmine Guillory is one I've seen mentioned a lot, so I decided to pick up The Wedding Date. 

When Alexa and Drew are stranded in a hotel elevator together, Drew spontaneously asks Alexa to be his date to a wedding he is dreading: the wedding of his ex-girlfriend and his best friend. Alexa agrees, thinking it would just be a weekend of fun in her chaotic life, because after all, they live in different cities and Drew told her he doesn't do relationships. But when the two have a fantastic time at the wedding and want to keep seeing each other, things get complicated. What are they to each other, and how long can this possibly last?

I'm really falling in love with these romantic comedy reads. Yes, they're incredibly predictable. But I think that's why I like them! You can just enjoy the journey of the story rather than worrying about what will happen or trying to guess the outcome of the plot. I loved Alexa's character in this book, especially her confidence in herself and her high-powered job. I adored the side character Carlos as well, and thought he provided some great comic relief and support to Drew throughout the story. Overall it was a super cute and enjoyable romantic comedy.

Can't wait to pick up The Proposal by Jasmine Guillory next since it features Carlos as a main character!

Overall Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars


  1. I want it! I love a good romantic comedy.

  2. Sounds like a good read! Great post!

  3. I have this on my cloud and just can't seem to get to it

  4. I keep seeing this cover! I'll have to pick it up one of these days.

  5. Not an author or a book I'm familiar with. It does sounds great though. Glad you enjoyed a romance book by a different author to your normal reads.

  6. Great review I really need to read more romantic comedy books because I really love reading them as well. I'm glad you fully enjoyed reading this book. Thank you so much for sharing your awesome post.