I’M LIZETTE CLARY, aka Epic Fail Girl, internet-famous for being an embarrassment. It’s my career, brand, and life. It even landed me an internet-famous boyfriend who wants to get married. I love partying with Tommy. I guess I can’t imagine marrying anyone else.
But the wedding is totally bananas. Between sabotaging ex-editors and megalomaniac in-laws, I def can’t survive without the help of Jason Moon: a Pulitzer-winning photojournalist who saved me from addiction once. Oh, and my former dom. The fact I used to be in love with him isn’t important. He made it clear we’re Just Friends and he’s willing to keep my wedding from becoming one more Epic Fail.
There’s no way that our burning mutual attraction could ever go wrong.
I’M JASON MOON, and I’m about to watch the woman I love marry another man. It’s fine. I’m fine. I’m only worried about the stress sending Lizette back to the loving arms of Jose Cuervo. The only way to help seems to be taking over wedding planning. And why not? She used to be my submissive. We’re still co-editors, partners, and friends. Her wedding will go off without a hitch or I’m not Jason Moon.
Preparing Lizette for one last challenge means spending a lot of time together. Talking to her. Laughing with her. Remembering how my life is better in every way when she’s by my side. I might not be able to let her walk down the aisle when I’m done—even though claiming Lizette as mine will ruin her wedding and her life. I’ve always been the responsible one who makes all the right decisions. Maybe it’s time to make a few big mistakes of my own.
I spent most of My Fair Millennial 3 wonder “what the heck?!?” Granted, that confusion was directed to Lizette most of the time, but Jason got that reaction from me more than his fair share as well. These two were about as opposite as two people could be, but they were also meant for each other – which everyone remotely close to them could see, except for them. *sigh*
It would have been way too easy to expect things to take a turn between Lizette and Jason in this, the final book in the series, but still, I didn’t expect to find Lizette where she was when this book began. I thought she had grown beyond… well… pretty much everything she was before. In some ways she had, but Jason had unintentionally broken her heart, so Tommy was the next best thing. Yikes!
My Fair Millennial 3 kind of snuck up on me. Not that I didn’t love it from the beginning – regardless about how irritated I was with Lizette, but I reached a certain point in the book where it became impossible to put down. A lot of this book was like watching a train wreck about to happen – you knew things were going to blow up and there was nothing you could do to stop it. It was also mixed with the sweet moments between Jason and Lizette that just screamed how much in love they were with each other – just not loud enough that they could hear it.
Obviously, there was a lot to love about My Fair Millennial 3, but there was also a lot to not love – and that list (of characters) seemed to grow as the story progressed. I haven’t been a big fan of Tommy since the beginning of the series, but his family was worse. A few of my other “favorite” characters to “hate” kept popping back up too – some people just never learn. And yeah, some of that was a little over the top, but so was pretty much everything in Lizette’s world. It’s part of her charm 😉
Basically, this series was silly, sweet, at times unbelievable, but mostly just plain fun. I really hope we haven’t seen the last of Lizette and friends. There’s so much I want to know about what comes next. There are so many great characters that I want to get to know better. Puppies to train, babies to name, weddings to plan… but I digress. Elle Hume definitely took me by surprise with this series and I loved every minute of it. ❤