What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas…or does it?
Emily Hodges went to Vegas for her best friend’s wedding. She was NOT looking for a husband. Been there, done that, never doing it again. She has enough scars on her heart, and doesn’t need or want any more.
Brady Gresham went to Vegas to find his musical voice again. Instead he found an inspiring muse in the form of Emily. But right now his musical career is his focus. He’s too young to want or need to be tied down.
Somehow their drunken get-together turned into a wedding that neither one of them can remember or explain.
Waking up married was never part of the plan, but you know what they say about best laid plans…
I love Christi Snow’s Found series. Emily’s been around since the very first book… Found at the Library. I was kind of surprised (mainly because Found has been a M/M series up until now), but totally excited about the fact that she was destined to find her HEA in the series. I know some readers read only one or the other genre in romance, but I’m not one of them. Not only because my taste is eclectic, but it’s kind of refreshing to mix things up. After all, love is love, so why should only the guys have all the fun? 😉 Besides that, I fell in love with Christi Snow’s writing when her series were strictly M/F – I was thrilled when she started writing M/M romance. I pretty much know that whatever she writes I’m going to love, regardless of who the characters are. ❤
So, how was the romance between Emily and Brady? Everything I expected and then some. Emily was just a little broken and seeing all her friends find their HEA wasn’t helping. She was beyond happy for them, but she knew she’d never have what they had. When she met Brady, she had no idea who he really was. There wasn’t a lot of time to exchange details about themselves. One minute she was drowning her sorrows with the guy playing the piano after her best friend’s wedding and the next, she woke up with a supreme hangover and a wedding ring.
Brady wasn’t exactly keeping his true identity a secret, but after spending the evening with Emily, he finally got his music mojo back. That’s pretty much all he had on his mind.
Emily finally tracked him down, although she still didn’t remember much. When she found out that Brady had a serious girlfriend it was kind of a relief. She wasn’t good at relationships, period. But once they connected again, the attraction was hard to ignore.
I loved these two together, but there was a lot in their way. The age thing bothered Emily a lot more than it did Brady, but she didn’t want him to have regrets. His only regret would be losing her – he just had to convince her of that, before it was too late.
The supporting characters were great (as usual). Speaking of which, I adored Brady’s family. There was a little bit of suspense, a LOT of smexiness and yeah, there were tears. Lots and lots of tears. Enough tears that I may or may not have referred to the author as evil on more than one occasion and I may or may not forgive her for what she put the characters (and readers) through by the end of Found at the Jazz Club. She wears her #EvilAuthor crown with pride though and makes no apologies. Needless to say, I can’t wait for the next book in the Found series. There are some loose ends (and totally broken characters) that need to be fixed sooner rather than later.