Thirty Days To Win His Wife by Andrea Laurence…Review

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Even with a baby on the way, Amelia’s holding out for the perfect husband. Tyler has thirty days to prove he’s the one.

Best friends Tyler Dixon and Amelia Kennedy eloped to Vegas on a whim. But before they can deal with their quickie divorce, she confesses: she’s pregnant. Now there’s no way Tyler will agree to go their separate ways. He wants them to stay married, raise their child together, share a house—and a bed.

Yet Amelia has always dreamed of a perfect marriage…and she doesn’t think this self-made millionaire is lifetime material despite their friendship. She’s given him just one month to prove her wrong…

My review:

Thirty Days To Win His Wife is the second book in author Andrea Laurence’s Brides and Belles series and follows Amelia and Tyler as they try to make the best of a slightly awkward situation. They got married on a drunken night in Vegas, and despite the fact that they’ve been best friends for years, this is certainly not the way things were supposed to go. I loved this friends to lovers story!

Amelia had always dreamed of the perfect husband, fairytale wedding, and the all-around happily ever after. Never once did she picture her best friend Tyler in that role. But now he was, and on top of all of that, she was pregnant. She also never dreamed his reaction to that news would be to try to make this marriage the real deal by staying together. Was that even a real possibility? Did she want it to be? What a mess.

Tyler was used to working hard to get what he wants in life and he had a successful career to show for it. Lacking, however, was his love life. He had his heart-broken years earlier when his fiancée left him after saying he put work before her. Now, after his high school class reunion, he finds himself married to his best friend and expecting a child together. Being stuck in this situation has him realizing one thing: he wanted this. He wanted to have it all. A wife, a child, a real life. Would Amelia agree to give it a try? Or would she rather chalk this experience up to a drunken night gone wrong and settle with him as a co-parent. God, he really hoped she would give him a chance.

I loved this story. Amelia and Tyler were a couple I enjoyed from start to finish and their transition from friends to lovers was a truly enjoyable one. Neither one of them was thrilled to be in the position they were in, married and a baby on the way, but both of them were willing to give it a shot. Of course, it wasn’t a smooth road and the bumps along the way had me worried these two wouldn’t make it. Now, I’m not one for spoilers so I can’t give anything away but I will say that the ending had me crying big happy tears!

All in all, this was a great romance with a lot of emotion and heart. If you have a few hours to sit and relax with a good book, this should be on your list. Thank you, Andrea, for another great read!


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About the author:

Andrea Laurence has been a lover of reading and writing stories since she learned to read at a young age. She always dreamed of seeing her work in print and is thrilled to finally be able to share her special blend of sensuality and dry, sarcastic humor with the world. A dedicated West Coast girl transplanted into the Deep South, she’s working on her own “happily ever after” with her boyfriend and their collection of animals including a Siberian Husky that sheds like nobody’s business.

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