Wrong Turn by Samantha Chase

I love romances that start with the characters not really liking each other. I think it is truly more relatable. I don't off the bat like a lot of people so I relate to that fiercely lol.

This is an enemies to lovers road trip book that you dive into right off the bat. Chelsea and Drew are hilarious and are those people that highly dislike each other but seem to constantly be together for some reason or another. This was a quick read that was funny and sexy. NOT a whole lot of chaos or angst, but it was one of those books that you just lost an afternoon reading and legitimately laughing out loud. LOVE this series when I need a good change fo pace and a good steamy scene with some laughs.

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Chelsea Cooper thinks her best friend’s fiancé is the world’s biggest jerk. She’s never really been one to make waves, but when it comes to that guy, Chelsea’s willing to make an exception. There’s just no way she can let her best friend make the biggest mistake of her life by marrying him. She’ll do anything to stop the wedding, even if it means teaming up with the one person who’s an even bigger jerk — the groom-to-be’s best friend. Drew Russo thinks his best friend’s fiancée’s best friend is the prickliest woman alive. Everything about Chelsea aggravates him. She’s too structured, too uptight, and too opinionated — especially when it comes to her thoughts on his best friend. When he’s tasked with keeping her away from their best friends’ secret wedding, Drew knows he’s in for one hell of a challenge. Never mind the days he’ll have to spend trapped in a car with the world’s most annoying woman. The plan is simple enough — keep Chelsea from interfering with the wedding. But between distractions, delays and detours, they discover they aren’t the enemies they thought they were. And sometimes a wrong turn can lead you in the right direction. Warning — This sweet, sexy, and laugh out loud funny romance is filled with all the most ridiculous road trip stories you can imagine and will make you realize sometimes being wrong can be a lot more fun than being right.