Always a Bridesmaid BOOK REVIEW

Title: Always a Bridesmaid
 Author: Cindi Myers
Genre: Contemporary Romance ADULT
Length: 227 pages
ISBN: 978-1-62266-909-7
Release Date: April 2012
Imprint: Indulgence
She’s sworn off weddings…
After two failed relationships and six stints as a bridesmaid, Stephanie Ludlow is convinced she’s man-poison. So when her hormones point due south to her sexy—but not so charming—new landlord, she can’t help the sparks that fly. It’s a good thing she’s declared a strict “no sex” policy, because Mike Brubaker might as well have “it’s not happening” tattooed across his delectable chest.
He’s sworn off love…
Spurned single dad Mike has learned the hard way women are the source of all evil and should be avoided at any cost. And that definitely includes his gorgeous new tenant. But when they’re thrown together in the wedding party from hell, both will stop at nothing to fight the heat building between them. Giving in is not an option for either of them.
May the best man—or woman—win.
When I was little I used to steal my mother´s romance novels and go hide under my bed trying not to get busted reading something I wasn´t allowed to, LOL!!! I love romances and even though my main focus has always been and always will be Paranormal Romance, there´s something sweet and real when reading about someone like you and me.

No Magic and sparkles other than the words shared between lovers or friends.
Always a Bridesmaid gave me just that.
Mike, a Single dad that has sworn off love Stephanie a young woman who´s been burned by love far too many times to believe any more.  When by chance and faith they meet, magic started to fly from the pages.
This book is about lost hopes and choices, Make and Stephanie have a great chemistry and you can see Love growing behind every conversation but as a parent there´s nothing easy for Mike when it comes to relationships and sometimes there are tough decisions to be made in the name of love.
I absolutely adored this book it´s sweet and boy is it sexy  =D  all I could think of when I finished the book was “I want a Mike too!!!”