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

  • Carolyn

    This is a lovely bit of fluff and I thoroughly enjoyed every frivolous moment. I needed something light and airy after the darkness of The Glass Woman, and Meg Cabot's Little Bridge Island story was just perfect. I liked her Princess series and thought this might be similar. It's not! Although light, Bridal Boot Camp is decidedly adult and includes a frank and detailed sex scene. Not what I usually read, but very well written.

  • Laurie

    "Bridal Boot Camp" was a short, though fun and sweet, introduction to Meg Cabot's upcoming Little Bridge Island series set in the Florida Keys. The main characters in this novella, Roberta and Ryan, were both very likeable, but I wish the story had been a bit longer so that we could have learned more about them and gotten to see their relationship develop. Hopefully these two will show up again in future Little Bridge Island stories so that we can see how they're doing.

    One of my favorite vacati

    "Bridal Boot Camp" was a short, though fun and sweet, introduction to Meg Cabot's upcoming Little Bridge Island series set in the Florida Keys. The main characters in this novella, Roberta and Ryan, were both very likeable, but I wish the story had been a bit longer so that we could have learned more about them and gotten to see their relationship develop. Hopefully these two will show up again in future Little Bridge Island stories so that we can see how they're doing.

    One of my favorite vacations ever was in the Keys, and I loved feeling like I was back there once again thanks to this story. I look forward to reading more of this series when the first full-length novel is published later this year.

    *ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

  • 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!!

  • Becky

    Such a fun start to what looks to be a great series! Bridal Book Camp is really more of a short story than a novella (I finished it in less time than it took for a pedi appointment) but it was definitely time well spent. It's a lovely introduction to Ms. Cabot's new setting (Little Bridge Island) and nicely sets up a crucial event for the next book (hurricane incoming!) all while giving us a delightful romance between boot camp instructor/gym co-owner Robbie and he's-a-hottie-but-his-core-needs-

    Such a fun start to what looks to be a great series! Bridal Book Camp is really more of a short story than a novella (I finished it in less time than it took for a pedi appointment) but it was definitely time well spent. It's a lovely introduction to Ms. Cabot's new setting (Little Bridge Island) and nicely sets up a crucial event for the next book (hurricane incoming!) all while giving us a delightful romance between boot camp instructor/gym co-owner Robbie and he's-a-hottie-but-his-core-needs-work first responder Ryan.

    Plus, there's a dog.

    I can't wait for the first full-length book!

    Rating: 4 stars / B+

  • 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!

  • Morgan

    This was cute, I think?? It's a little hard to judge based on how short it was. I know it's a novella, but I feel like it could have been just a little bit longer. There was a severe lack of character development, making it seem like the only real reason either character seemed into the other was because of physical attraction. That's totally fine and I'm sure how a lot of real relationships start out, I just wish there could have maybe been one or two more chapters to dive more into the relatio

    This was cute, I think?? It's a little hard to judge based on how short it was. I know it's a novella, but I feel like it could have been just a little bit longer. There was a severe lack of character development, making it seem like the only real reason either character seemed into the other was because of physical attraction. That's totally fine and I'm sure how a lot of real relationships start out, I just wish there could have maybe been one or two more chapters to dive more into the relationship and give it a better foundation.

    It's clear this was written as a lead-in novella for Cabot's Little Bridge Island series that's beginning later this summer. It really just established the world a little bit and used one scene to briefly introduced the main character of the next book. I'm really hoping Roberta and Ryan get more page time in the full length novel even though they aren't the main characters. Or maybe they'll get to be the main characters in a full length novel further on in the series, because this certainly was not enough to go on in fully determining if they're likable or not.

    A nice introduction to the world of Little Bridge Island, but ultimately it left me with the weird combo of disappointment while still wanting more.

    *Thank you to Avon Impulse and Edelweiss for the free ARC in exchange for an honest review.*

  • Rachel Reeves

    Thank you to Edelweiss and the publisher for providing a digital ARC in exchange for an honest review.

    I would give this one 3.5 stars but Goodreads doesn't do half stars.

    I'm a longtime fan of Cabot's and liked this novella well enough. It serves as a good introduction to the Little Bridge Island series that will have its first full-length book out in September. That being said, it suffers from what I tend to find as issues with most novellas. I started reading this forgetting that it was a nov

    Thank you to Edelweiss and the publisher for providing a digital ARC in exchange for an honest review.

    I would give this one 3.5 stars but Goodreads doesn't do half stars.

    I'm a longtime fan of Cabot's and liked this novella well enough. It serves as a good introduction to the Little Bridge Island series that will have its first full-length book out in September. That being said, it suffers from what I tend to find as issues with most novellas. I started reading this forgetting that it was a novella and was shocked at how rapidly the story was unfolding without even getting to know the characters very well at all. When I realized I had barely started reading and was already at 78%, I then looked up the book and remembered it was just a novella and not a full-length book.

    What little we did learn about the characters did intrigue me and build interest in the forthcoming Little Bridge Island series, but in the interest of complete honesty, my interest is also helped by the fact that I am fan of the author. An author I didn't already know the work of may not have caught my interest enough with this novella because of the issues mentioned. It read a bit like a really brief intro and meet cute that propelled rapidly into hooking up, with the whole purpose being to quickly get the main characters to that hook up. Knowing that Cabot's books are far more than this and better than that helped me to see more potential for the full-length books to come in the series. Novellas that are part of a series seem to be a bit better as in-between material or backstory once a series is already out rather than as an introduction to a series.

    I do have high hopes that the series will be what we have come to know and love from Cabot, but I wouldn't tell anyone to rush to read this lead-in novella. It's not terrible, but it doesn't offer enough to be a must read either.

  • Mary H

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

  • Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell

    Meg Cabot gets my trash heart a-thumping every time

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