Review: The Wedding Fling by Meg Maguire

The Wedding Fling (Harlequin Blaze #734)Title: The Wedding Fling
Author: Meg Maguire
Publisher:  Harlequin
Format: ebook from Netgalley
ISBN: 0373797389
Genre: Romance
Release date: December 18th 2012
Number of pages: 224

Celebrity Scandal! Inside the Runaway Bride’s Secret Rendezvous!

It’s been a busy week for actress Leigh Bailey. The stunning starlet reportedly ditched her cheating groom on her wedding day and ran off to enjoy a honeymoon-for-one at a secluded tropical island. But rumor has it that she’s not alone…

And we have the exclusive scoop on Leigh’s hush-hush hideout—right from the drop-dead delicious dude she’s been fooling around with!

Resort pilot Will Burgess was just going to give us the basics—enough to earn some much-needed cash. But we never anticipated our intrepid insider getting up close and very, very personal.

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I had a few issues with the relationship in this book  and mostly the fault was that I didn’t really believe and connected with Leigh. She’s too naïve and way to pleasing. She wants do what everyone wants and what people expects, especially her family.
But the problem for me was the fact she’s 27 and it’s still letting her mother boss her life and career. I still don’t know how she managed to have a relationship and even almost marrying him.
I liked Will in a few moments and he’s way of dealing with the reality was a bit strange to me, but he’s a right guy and mostly is only trying to make the right thing.
I had no problem with Leigh  enjoying a few moments of good sex, but she fell in love way to fast, without knowing anything of Will. For me it was like she was just escaping her mother clutches and jumping on a big adventure without thinking through.