Review: “The Best Worst Honeymoon Ever” by Andrew Grey

TITLE: The Best Worst Honeymoon Ever
AUTHOR: Andrew Grey
SERIES: –
PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press
COVER ARTIST: Bree Archer
GENRE: Contemporary Romance
E-BOOK: Yes
PAPERBACK: Yes
LENGTH: 190 pages
RELEASE DATE: Jun 19, 2018
PRICE: $ 4.99 e-book / $9.99-paperback

BLURB:

Tommy Gordon is all set for happily ever after—until heartbreak strikes when his husband-to-be leaves him at the altar. In a bid for distraction, his best friend, Grayson Phillips, suggests he takes advantage of the luxury honeymoon anyway! But the last thing Tommy wants is to go alone, so he invites Grayson and his son, Petey, along. Beautiful Bonaire lends itself to romance, and along with close quarters, relaxing on the water, and a matchmaking kid, Tommy and Grayson soon find themselves closer than ever… and considering more, much to Grayson’s delight. But before they can plan the best honeymoon ever, dark clouds descend in the form of Tommy’s ex and a sting from paradise that could ruin everything.


Tommy is ready to married Xavier and having his happily ever after until Xavier left him at the altar the day of their wedding.
Grayson is Tommy’s best friend and was present when Tommy had his heart broken. He encouraged him to go on his honeymoon, but Tommy refuses to go alone, he’ll only go if Grayson and his son Petey come with him.
For a week, Tommy, Grayson and Petey will explore the island and enjoy their time together. But when Xavier comes to the island, Tommy will have to face his past and confront the man he used to love if he wants a real chance to be happy and loved in the future.

The Best Worst Honeymoon Ever is a beautiful love story.

Grayson and Tommy are best friends since college, and for a decade they were only friends…best friends. But Tommy’s always had a crush on Grayson, but never found the courage to act on it. The same goes for Grayson, he’s always had a crush on Tommy, and when he was ready to act on it, Tommy had met Xavier. So when they end up together on an island paradise, they let go of their fears and just try. It was very sweet and beautiful, how they take the step together and cross the line.

I loved them. They were so adorable. Tommy was hurting, scared and lost after Xavier. He was unsure about himself, about his ability to find a man who will love him, just him, and when things start to heat up between him and Grayson, he was scared to lose his best friend and Petey. I understood Tommy, I could totally relate to him, and that’s probably what made me love him so much.

Grayson is a very good man, a good father and a loyal friend. He had always wanted Tommy, but he was scared to act, and then he has to think of his son Petey and what’s best for him. But when he saw an opportunity to be more than friends with Tommy, Grayson didn’t hold back, and he went heart first into this relationship. He was confident and sure for both of them. I loved this about him.

This book was good, well written and I had pleasure while reading it. It was a sweet romance, but not too superficial. Even if Tommy realized that Grayson was the love of his life, it couldn’t have erased his past and his pain. I loved this about the story. I loved that while I read about their love story and how they come together, I also saw how Tommy got closure from his past.

I happily recommend this book; it’s a sweet romance just like I love them.

It’s 4 stars because Petey, this kid is awesome!

***The ARC was provided by Dreamspinner Press. My review is an honest opinion of the book ***

Review edited by : Laura McNellis

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