The Worst Best Man by Mia Sosa
The Worst Best Man was my first book by Mia Sosa and it did not disappoint. The premise of this book is unique and funny and it’s full of highly enjoyable awkward (kinda) enemies-to-lovers moments. Lina and Max are strong, dynamic characters who grow and change throughout the story. This is a good book and Mia Sosa is a fantastic writer.
I did feel that there was A LOT of focus on the career elements of this story. Which is great in some ways. I love heroines who have ambition. But, given that this is a romance, I felt like a lot of the dialogue in this book was work-centered and sometimes I became a bit bored by that. I do realize, of course, that this couple was working on an important work project together. But still. I would have liked a little more non-work related interaction between Lina and Max. Just my personal preference.
Thank you Netgalley and Avon for the opportunity to read and advanced copy. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book and all thoughts and opinions are my own.