Weston English is the youngest of the five English brothers, and he feels like he has always grown up in their shadow. He is also the only brother that hasn’t found love. That is until Molly McKenna steps into his life.
I felt bad for Weston. It seemed like he lacked his own identity. He is expected to follow his brothers and take his place in his family’s company, but he has dreams of his own. He also has a lot going for him. Not only is he handsome he is very intelligent. Molly set off to Philadelphia from Ohio to pursue her dream. I thought she was brave to leave home to live in a city where she had no one.
After I read the last book in the English brothers series I wondered how this book could compete with Stratton’s story, but Regnery made it happen! Wild about Weston is an intense love at first sight story. There is an unbelievable chemistry between Weston and Molly which has me rethinking my choice in brothers. Ladies, Weston will make you swoon with his intense and passionate demeanor. I was thrilled with the pace Regnery set with this book it was all consuming and hot! If you like contemporary romance you really need to get acquainted with Katy Regnery.
I was a bit heartbroken because there are no brothers left to pine for, but Regnery isn’t going to leave us high and dry. There is one more story to be told. Readers are going to get to learn more about cousin Kate. All of the brothers adore her and think of her as a sister. Now she is moving back to Philly! Fans of the series will want to be on the lookout for the last book in the series titled Kiss Me Kate!
Publication Date: December 2, 2014
Wild about Weston is the fifth of six books about the last of the Philadelphia-based, wildly- handsome English brothers who are all on the look-out for love.
(Wait a second! They’re definitely NOT all on the look-out for love anymore. Not if Emily, Daisy, Jess and Val have any say in the matter. Weston’s the last single English…oh, yeah. And Kate. Poor Kate…)
When Weston English’s girlfriend breaks up with him to move to Italy on the morning of his brother Fitz’s wedding, he fully expects to have a horrible day. What he doesn’t anticipate is meeting Molly McKenna at the reception.
Daisy’s friend, Molly, whose fiance dumped her the night before the wedding, decides to throw caution to the wind and eschew her schoolteacher persona for a wild, one-night stand with Weston.
From the ceremony to the cocktail hour, from dinner to dancing, from toasts to photos, Molly and Weston will discover that they have more in common than they could have guessed, and that some horrible endings lead to the happiest beginnings.