From the New York Times bestselling author of The Unhoneymooners comes a laugh-out-loud love story about two assistants tasked with keeping their bosses' relationship on the rails, who start to feel sparks of their own . . . For the last decade, Carey Douglas has poured her heart into working for the Tripps. Now, with a new show, a book about to launch and a brand built on their marriage, the couple are on the verge of superstardom. There's only one problem: they can't stand each other. With disaster looming, the Tripps embark on their book tour and Carey is given the impossible task of keeping the quarrelling couple in line. Only this time she has a companion: James McCann, engineering whiz, know-it-all and enticing new addition to the team. While on the road, Carey and James vow to work together to keep their bosses' secrets hidden. But if they stop playing along - and start playing for keeps - they may actually have the chance to build something beautiful together . . . [thumbnail of The Unhoneymooners and Twice in a Blue Moon]
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Another Christina Lauren book - to say that I am obsessed with their books would probably be an understatement. lol This one was not as good as "the Unhoneymooners" or "Josh and Hazel's guide to not dating" in my opinion. The little something special that makes a book a five star read for me was missing unfortunately, but maybe I am just a little burned out when it comes to the romance genre, becasue I basically haven't read anything else recently. Anyway, "the honey-don't list" definitely has strong characters again and the main character does not have an easy life or an easy job more specifically. This book is again about finding your way in life. Finding your path. And this was told very well again! An interesting aspect that was unique to this Christina Lauren book (at least from the ones I have read so far) was the investigation part. This really made the mystery aspect of what might have happened better. It could have been a little more dramatic in the end though. At least in my opinion. Also, the entire setting with the tour and this couple that is supposed to be head over heels, was a really nice addition and added a good portion of humour, which I always enjoy!
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