Worth It by S.M. Shade & C.M. Owens

Posted May 31, 2017 by Kate in loved it, Review / 0 Comments

Worth It by S.M. Shade & C.M. OwensWorth It by S.M. Shade, C.M. Owens
Format: eBook
Source: Purchased
Genres: Alpha Guy, Contemporary Romance, Friends With Benefits, Humorous, New Adult, Revenge, Romance, Second Chances
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What's the recipe to the ultimate disaster week?

Three unruly friends.
A wedding we shouldn't have been invited to.
Two unexpected romances.
A scoop of sexy.
And a double scoop of chaos.

Lydia is a good girl who is above revenge. Good thing she has us. No one cheats on our best friend and rides off into the sunset with his new bride.

What was supposed to happen? Unleash hell like two badasses. It was a simple plan, but we failed to anticipate a few things. A rogue prosthetic, an accidental exorcism, and dominatrix strippers willing to take things way too far, just to name a few.

What actually happened? As usual, nothing went as planned, especially when two sexy distractions popped into the mix. We were there to avenge our friend, not to get entangled with two cocky, arrogant men, who don’t like to hear the word no. I was sure we could resist.

I mean, it was only a week, right? What could happen in a week?

Not intrigued enough? There's totally a duck in this story.

Ah yeah. Now we have your undivided attention. Enjoy our chaos.

I have a couple of recommendations about reading this book. First, if you are depressed and want to cheer up, this is your book. Second, if you just like to laugh this is your book. Third, if it’s midnight and you want a book to read, this is not your book unless its the weekend or you can call into work the next day because you aren’t going to want to stop reading this book. I can’t even explain how much I love this book, it was hilarious, and honestly I wish I could see it in movie form because it would be the best train wreck ever.

One of the fun things about this book is that it is not centered on two people, it is more like four main characters and a couple other secondary characters that are pretty big players in the book. Normally when books have this many people I feel like things get to crowded and inevitably the characters stories suffer, this is so not the case in this book. The book is short in terms of time, but not much else, in everything else it’s BIG. So three friends are going to the wedding of one of their exes, oh and did I mention that one of the girls is the stepsister of the ex of the other girl. So it’s all kinds of family and ex drama. But these three girls are thick and thieves and want to be supportive and also kind of want to get even on the jerk of an ex. Of course at the wedding everything changes for the two girls who are there for emotional support, they both stumble upon sexy guys to enjoy their time at the several day long wedding event.

So first off Kasha meets Roman, a guy she went to school with but really didn’t have a lot of interaction with. There is a lot of chemistry coming off these two, I mean they have it in droves. But it’s hard to tell at first if these two are going to end up hating each other or loving each other, I mean it’s obvious a hook up is in their future, but is it going to be a hate hookup. They are hilarious together, they have great banter. A lot of the humor in this couple comes from Kasha’s robot arm, her dad is an inventor and made her a robot arm that has AI and learns what to do over time based on what Kasha is thinking, this of course ends up with her arm going rogue more than once. The rogue arm is hilarious on more than one occasion. But one thing I loved is how comfortable Kasha is with herself, and how completely great it is that Roman is not at all phased by the arm.

Henley runs into her first love, Davis, the guy who after having her first time with basically disappeared. These two have a bit more of an emotional journey than Kasha and Roman, because of this history, and this is where I get my emotional fulfillment. Henley of course is struggling with getting over her hurt from before, but at the same time she still have a lot of the same feelings for Davis that she did before. And like every other girl in the world she decides that she can build a wall around her feelings and just go for the wedding hookup. Also Henley has awesome revenge plans.

I love this book so much, it is so funny. I want to talk about all the things that make me laugh, but I think if I did I would ruin the fun of the book. So I’m just going to list things I think you should look out for: rogue birds, eggs, rogue arms, strippers, dominatrixes, llamas, the best most inappropriate party hijacking, and so much more. I can’t even explain to you how much I think you should read this book.

About C.M. Owens

C.M. Owens only writes romance, but she’s a sub-genre whore.

About S.M. Shade

S. M. Shade is a homeschooling mom hopelessly addicted to Dr. Pepper, love stories, sunshine, and men with full sexy lips, though not necessarily in that order. A voracious reader since sounding out her first word, she started writing as a teenager and rediscovered her love of writing as an adult. Originally from Indianapolis, she now lives in a small Kentucky town with her teenage son.

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