Bridal Boot Camp

Bridal Boot Camp

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabot comes the first story in her Little Bridge Island series—which also includes an excerpt from her forthcoming new full-length novel No Judgments!Looking for a tropical escape?Welcome to Little Bridge, one of the smallest—and most beautiful—islands in the Florida Keys, home to sandy white beaches, salt-rimmed margaritas, st...

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Bridal Boot Camp Reviews

  • Vika aka â™” of GIF & Grumpy Smut-ateer *P/T Freebie Fairy

    This is the first book I have picked up from 

    . While it was a very short introduction to her new contemporary romance series - 

    series, I enjoyed the introduction immensely. My only hope is to get my hands on the next full novel 

    (out September 24th, 2019) as soon as possible.

    As it is a novella things do move at insta-level to satisfy our romantic needs of the sweetest couple in creation. Yoga instructor 

    meets sheriff's deputy 

    in one of

    This is the first book I have picked up from 

    . While it was a very short introduction to her new contemporary romance series - 

    series, I enjoyed the introduction immensely. My only hope is to get my hands on the next full novel 

    (out September 24th, 2019) as soon as possible.

    As it is a novella things do move at insta-level to satisfy our romantic needs of the sweetest couple in creation. Yoga instructor 

    meets sheriff's deputy 

    in one of her classes designed for brides and entourage to get in shape for the big day. Novice 

    simply had no idea what he signed up for when he walked into the class and certainly neither did 

    . Their connection is palpable and can not be denied even with the scars of the past.

    So if you are a fan of spicy hot and goofy sweet romance set in a small town then this is a series for you. Or simply give it a quick read to test the series out as this novella is only 51 pages.

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  • Mary H

    I WANT IT. I NEED IT. I MUST HAVE IT.

  • Rowena

    This was a super short story that begun and ended before I could take a breath. It was a Meg Cabot so I still enjoyed it but I wanted much more...still, it was cute.

  • Katie

    Cute and VERY short. I was assuming it was novella length, but this is more of a short story. That said, I think it did what it needed to do in the space it had. I liked both characters and rooted for them.

  • Michelle

    Super cute novella. Did a great job introducing the town of Little Bridge Island, which in my opinion was the whole point of this book. The series is going to follow different town residents. And knowing Meg Cabot they will all have their own witty and completely heartwarming stories.

    I know the first full length book is going to be about Bree, but I really hope that we see another book from Roberta, who goes by Rob and Ryan. They are the people we get to catch a glimpse of in Bridal Boot Camp,

    Super cute novella. Did a great job introducing the town of Little Bridge Island, which in my opinion was the whole point of this book. The series is going to follow different town residents. And knowing Meg Cabot they will all have their own witty and completely heartwarming stories.

    I know the first full length book is going to be about Bree, but I really hope that we see another book from Roberta, who goes by Rob and Ryan. They are the people we get to catch a glimpse of in Bridal Boot Camp, and darnnit! I want more!!

  • Michele

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    A super brief but very cute story to introduce us to Meg Cabot’s new series, Little Bridge Island, there was enough humor and sparks of attraction to make Bridal Boot Camp a highly entertaining read.

    I’m not kidding when I say this was quite a short story. Bridal Boot Camp was under one hundred pages, but it kept up a steady pace to pack in a lot of information–and was a great way to meet the locals on Little Bridge Island. This focused mainly on Roberta

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com

    A super brief but very cute story to introduce us to Meg Cabot’s new series, Little Bridge Island, there was enough humor and sparks of attraction to make Bridal Boot Camp a highly entertaining read.

    I’m not kidding when I say this was quite a short story. Bridal Boot Camp was under one hundred pages, but it kept up a steady pace to pack in a lot of information–and was a great way to meet the locals on Little Bridge Island. This focused mainly on Roberta (aka Rob), a physical trainer, and Ryan, a sheriff’s deputy who had a meet-cute when he crashed her fitness class. Both were a little hesitant to start a new relationship after being burned before, but their connection was instant and couldn’t be denied.

  • Jacob Proffitt

    This is

    short, with an excerpt from the next kicking in at 76%. But it does a great job of introducing the setting and Roberta and Ryan are excellent characters and are perfect for each other and have few conflicts that need resolving. So it's about the right length. Probably.

    Not perfect, though, I don't think. It cuts off a bit abruptly and before I think the romance truly culminated. And the lone sex scene intruded on that a bit. So four stars, but I'm really looking forward to the next b

    This is

    short, with an excerpt from the next kicking in at 76%. But it does a great job of introducing the setting and Roberta and Ryan are excellent characters and are perfect for each other and have few conflicts that need resolving. So it's about the right length. Probably.

    Not perfect, though, I don't think. It cuts off a bit abruptly and before I think the romance truly culminated. And the lone sex scene intruded on that a bit. So four stars, but I'm really looking forward to the next book (technically the first in the series).

    : As I said, a single sex scene. And not terribly long. But with a story that short it's still approaching the higher side of my steam tolerance.

  • nick

    It was cute, but very very short. I think the series is going to be promising, however. I'm looking forward to more of the little island!

  • Jasprit

    Meg Cabot has been my go to author for as long as I can remember, The princess Diaries first started my obsession with her books and since then it hasn’t stopped. I live and breathe for her new releases, as I always know they never disappoint. So, I was thrilled to get my hands on Bridal Boot Camp, to be honest I didn’t even realise that it was a novella, until I got to the cover on my Kindle and saw it on there. So, you could say I was sort of disappointed when I ended up devouring the entire b

    Meg Cabot has been my go to author for as long as I can remember, The princess Diaries first started my obsession with her books and since then it hasn’t stopped. I live and breathe for her new releases, as I always know they never disappoint. So, I was thrilled to get my hands on Bridal Boot Camp, to be honest I didn’t even realise that it was a novella, until I got to the cover on my Kindle and saw it on there. So, you could say I was sort of disappointed when I ended up devouring the entire book in one sitting on my way into work because it was so short! But once again Cabot delivers such a cute little book, that I was sitting there with a big goofy grin on my face and my real-life worries meant nothing to me right then. I adored the bridal boot camp class setting and the immediate tension when Ryan joined as a newbie, I also liked the misunderstandings along the way, they definitely had me convinced at times that certain things were going on. My only complaint about this book as that it was way too short, I definitely wouldn’t have minded a full length novel from Rob and Ryan, but I’m certainly looking forward to what the rest of this series has to offer!

  • chan ☆

    i dunno, a novella about 2 characters no one knows or cares about is risky and it didn't really pay off in this case. i mean there was nothing offensive or awful about this novella but like... 90-something pages does not make me invested in a relationship and there wasn't enough sex to make this just a fun smutty read...

    i wouldn't recommend this

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