WHY I READ IT
I LOVE this series!!
WHAT I RATED IT
WHAT IT’S ABOUT
When Weston English’s girlfriend breaks up with him to move to Italy on the morning of his brother Fitz’s wedding, he fully expects to have a horrible day. What he doesn’t anticipate is meeting Molly McKenna at the reception.
Daisy’s friend, Molly, whose fiance dumped her the night before the wedding, decides to throw caution to the wind and eschew her schoolteacher persona for a wild, one-night stand with Weston.
From the ceremony to the cocktail hour, from dinner to dancing, from toasts to photos, Molly and Weston will discover that they have more in common than they could have guessed, and that some horrible endings lead to the happiest beginnings.
I’ll be perfectly honest. When Katy said the vast majority Weston’s story would take place during one night, I was skeptical. I can get behind instant love in a story if it is executed well, but love like that happening in just one night? Yeah… No.
We’ll my foot is firmly planted in my mouth. Weston and Molly’s story wasn’t just executed well, it was practically perfection. The believably of Weston and Molly’s love all comes through in Katy’s outstanding writing. She made me a believer.
Other than a few scenes at the beginning and end of the story, Wild About Weston, takes place at Fitz and Daisy’s Valentine’s Day wedding. Molly, a theater friend of Daisy’s, is waiting for her fiancé, Dusty, to get into town to escort her to the wedding. But, Dusty isn’t coming. Seems he’s knocked up a girl back home and is breaking off his engagement to Molly. As broken as Molly is, she doesn’t want to bail on Daisy. Weston is planning on bringing Constance Atwell (fans of the series know all about the Atwell girls.) Wes has decided he’s had enough of a casual relationship with Connie. He wants to take things to the next level and plans on today being the day he tells her. The problem with that? She doesn’t feel the same. In fact, she’s ending their relationship to start up with another guy.
Molly and Weston both head to the wedding broken hearted and without knowing who the other is, hit it off at the bar. Life gets in the way during the story, but each time Molly and Wes are separated, they find each other again and when they do, it just gets hotter between them. Both of them know that something huge is developing between then, but neither is ready to admit that it could happen so quickly.
“Was her heart hammering as hard and fast as his? What was happening between them? And how was it happening so goddamned fast?”
Stratton may still be my number one English Brother, but Weston was no slouch. Being the youngest of the clan, and wanting to blaze his own path in life, Weston had a lot of struggles during the short time period of this book. I love how strong in his resolve Weston was. He might have been afraid of going after what he wanted, but he didn’t hide from it. I loved the banter between the brothers. They may disagree, and even throw a punch or two, but they love each other fiercely and it’s a dynamic to the English brothers that I just love! We also get a brief look at Kate, who gets her own story next. Hopefully we will get to see more of Barrett, Fitz, Alex, Stratton and Weston in the future because I am not ready to say goodbye to them.