Book Review Mr. & Mrs. by J.A. Huss

Dec 142019
 

Mr. & Mrs. (Mister #7) by J.A. Huss

Is it the wedding of the century? Or a disaster in the making?

All the Misters are gathered together on Five’s island paradise for the most outrageous wedding in the history of weddings.

Mr. Perfect wants one last dream-date with Ellie. Mr. Romantic is trying to learn how to be a “girl-dad”. Mr. Corporate needs to know why his adopted son is sneaking out at night. Mr. Mysterious is on a bizarre scavenger hunt for his crazy Cinderella. Mr. Match is desperate to give Katya the dream wedding. And Mr. Five… well, Five didn’t raise his family on a secluded tropical island just so his teenage daughter could up and leave one day.

It’s a wild ride featuring a crazy cave adventure, swimming pigs and feral little girls, a boy who wants to be like his father, a detective looking for his sugar cookie, kittens climbing up a wedding dress, and Five.

Who will need to redefine what “paradise” is, because his princess has put her foot down.

Title: Mr. & Mrs.
Author: J.A. Huss
Publication Date: October 31st, 2017
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance;
Format: Kindle (242 pages)
Rating: 10/10

This book is a conclusion to all the ones before. All the guys are on Five’s island. We get multiple POV which is fantastic and makes this book what you didn’t know you needed.

This is the HEA of Rory and Five and we can’t help but fall in love for the guys all over again.

There are some hilarious scenes that will make you fall out of your seat.

Spoiler alert! The island will be the place for a group wedding!

And we get to meet Five’s daughters and let me tell you, they are a handful.

All the couples have a story to tell after all the drama that went down and we get front row seat. If you loved the series, this book is not to be missed.


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