Dean Grayson is one of those men that every girl’s mother warned them about, a bit of a player and known for his commitment issues. When Dean’s cousin asks him to see if he can bring a date to his upcoming wedding in Mexico so he won’t be tempted by his fiancee’s friends and family and cause drama Dean questions his dating choices.
Carly Jensen works for Dean at his bar and while she thinks Dean is on the good looking side she knows of his reputation and wouldn’t want to ruin their friendship and working relationship. But when Dean is in need of a “date” for the wedding Carly finds herself flying off to Mexico. Unfortunately for Carly her ex has also been invited and to avoid his pity she pretends she and Dean are really a couple and Dean decides this would be a good idea to continue for the week.
Until the Sun Sets is the third book in the Graysons series by Tara Wyatt. The book is novella length and it wouldn’t be necessary to have read the previous books in the series to enjoy this story. As with most romance series the couples have changed in the story but there are mentions of previous characters.
I think really for me it’s always a fun idea to read of a couple that are friends but for one reason or another end up pretending they are in a relationship with that growing into something more. Dean and Carly had a previous friendship so especially in a novella it makes the story more believable while moving at a faster pace. I would say that I would have liked this that much more if it were a tad longer but that’s the novella curse there, sometimes ending a little too quickly.
I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.