Will & Patrick’s Endless Honeymoon by Leta Blake

Title: Will & Patrick’s Endless Honeymoon

Series: Wake Up Married 07

Author: Leta Blake

Genre: Contemporary

Length: Novella (144pgs)

Publisher: Leta Blake Books (December 4, 2017)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 3.5 Hearts

Blurb: Genius brain surgeon Patrick McCloud never thought he’d fall in love, let alone get married. He and Will Patterson are two years overdue for their honeymoon, and although romance doesn’t come naturally to Patrick, he’s determined to make it perfect.

Will works himself to the bone helping others and dealing with his family, who bring the drama nonstop. A tropical getaway without the usual shenanigans is just what the doctor ordered. But can Will’s family leave them in peace? Knowing the Patterson-Molinaro clan, it’s not likely…

ISBN: 978-1-62622-771-2

Product Link: Amazon US | Amazon UK

Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Each book in the Wake Up Married collection features the same two men, Will and Patrick. So to get a full understanding of this series, they must be read in order.

Will and Patrick got married in Vegas, decided to stay married so Will could keep his money and have gotten married a second time. Now it is fun fill days in Hawaii for their honeymoon. To bad his pain in the ass family, just keeps showing up. To top it off Will’s ex is dying and things are just about going the same way as it always has.

I hate to admit that after book six, I was hoping that it was the last book in this series. It follows the exact same pattern as each of the previous books do. There is no surprises or anything to make it stand up, well except for the ex dying part. It is a dull story that makes you want to pull your hair out. And from the sounds of it, there will be another book in this series to come out soon.

Now it is funny book in its own way. The characters are very likeable, but you can only read about the same characters for so very long if there is nothing remarkable in the book. When I was given this story I was hoping for a little something different to make it stand out for me, but nope. The good thing was the fact that it was easy to remember the whole series, but in this case that was not a good sign. I am sorry but this book was just to predictable and a bit boring to me.