I have kind of mixed feelings about this one. I really like stories where people meet at weddings (hello, why does this never happen to me?), but it took me a really long time to click with this one. When we first meet Sabrina and Conner she's the type-A, controlling maid-of-honor and he's the doesn't care sexy best man. They don't like each other, but the attraction is there and the bride wants them to hook up on the wedding night. Since it's a novella the story mostly revolves around scenes with Sabrina and Conner together: at the rehearsal dinner, at the wedding, and at the night of the wedding.
I liked Sabrina from the beginning, but I just couldn't get a feel for Conner. His personality involved a lot of the cliche troubled, rich male romantic lead stereotypes that are so popular today. Because it's a novella and there wasn't really time to get to know him otherwise, I often felt like he read like a caricature.
The scenes where Sabrina and Conner hook up were fun and steamy and pretty much exactly what I want from a romance novel like this. What happens after they have sex for the first time was my favorite part of the book. I liked how we got to know more about Conner and how he and Sabrina really clicked on more than just a hate-sex level.
This is going to sound silly and really judgmental, but when I looked at the cover I really liked that the guy wasn't some super-muscled guy, such a nice departure from so many cheesy romance novel covers. But then in the story Conner is described as having a rock hard, muscled body and chiseled abs so I guess I can only be half-pleased at the cover.