Review: Without a Hitch
Title: Without A Hitch
Author: Mary Hollis Huddleston and Asher Fogle Paul
Release Date: 12/7/21
Rating: 3/5 Stars
Find it here: Goodreads
Synopsis from Goodreads: When floundering and unlucky-in-love twentysomething Lottie Jones lands a new career as a wedding planner at a top-tier boutique event firm, she begins navigating a cutthroat workplace specializing in over-the-top details, unlimited budgets, and a broad spectrum of taste. Whether planning for parachute landings or wrangling intoxicated groomsmen, she has her hands full at every million-dollar wedding she helps organize.
After her boss announces he’s opening a new office, Lottie sees her chance to finally carve out her place—and earn an income that justifies her dating app subscription fees. The weddings get bigger, the clients get wilder, the mishaps get funnier, and the stakes get higher. And Lottie’s forced to discover what she’ll risk for love and how far she’ll go to find herself.
My Review: This book sounded really cute but it didn't like up to my expectations for it. The first issue I had was how slow the book was. In some spots I could have easily just put the book down. The book also doesn't know what it wants to be. Overall it was pretty meh for me.
*I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the publisher. All opinions are my own.*