Series: Brides and Belles #2
Published by Harlequin
Reviewed by Vanessa
Attending a ten year class reunion, BFF Tyler Dixon and Amelia Kennedy elope. After a fabulous one night, busy businessman Tyler is off jet-setting and Amelia returns to real life. Attempting contact with her errant hubby to obtain their quickie divorce, Amelia discovers something life changing! Tyler isn’t so easily persuaded to give his BFF a divorce. Now he wants to try to hang on to what they’ve got and make a go of it. However, Amelia sees things differently, but she agrees to a trial period of one month. Will Tyler be able to convince Amelia that they have what it takes, will she even buy it, or will these two lose more than their matrimonial state?
Andrea Laurence’s stories always seem to have something more going on below the surface and Thirty Days to Win His Wife is no exception. Ms. Laurence delves deeper into the characters and doesn’t fail to disappoint.
Tyler and Amelia seemed perfectly matched in Thirty Days to Win His Wife, but Amelia had some other plan wrote for her HEA. It’s a plan that she hadn’t fully explored as she only saw things from the “perfect” side, and she wasn’t willing to realize that that beautiful image had some hardships along the way in Thirty Days to Win His Wife.
Amelia saw what she believed was Tyler getting his way in all things, but she hadn’t seen that there is another side to that image, and a secondary character opened her eyes to that truth in Thirty Days to Win His Wife.
At times I found it hard to like Amelia, because Tyler was just so wonderfully fabulous—all that and a bag of chips, too! He has Amelia’s number, and he pushes her some in Thirty Days to Win His Wife, but when he thinks all is lost, he clears the field. Tyler doesn’t give up without a fight, and he intends to win this round to achieve their HEA in Thirty Days to Win His Wife!