Review: Will & Patrick Do the Holidays (Wake Up Married #3) by Leta Blake and Alice Griffiths

Follow Will & Patrick as they do the holidays in this third installment of the romantic-comedy serial, Wake Up Married, by best-selling author Leta Blake and newcomer Alice Griffiths!

A couple’s first holiday season is always a special time. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve are magical when you’re in love. Too bad Will and Patrick’s marriage is a sham and they’re only faking their affection for each other. Or are they?

Sparks fly in this episode of the Wake Up Married serial. Will the sexual tension between Will and Patrick finally explode in a needy night of passion? Or will they continue to deny their feelings?

Episode 3 of 6 in the Wake Up Married serial.

FINALLY! Well, not the finally, but we're getting closer.

It's Will and Patrick's first holiday season together and they spend it like every couple does. With the family.  

I love the dynamic of Will's family. They are far from perfect and don't always agree, but there is love. They're accepting and honest and real.

In this episode the guys are getting closer and closer. They'd never admit this out loud. It's in their actions and their thoughtfulness.  It's in the way they take care of each other and defend each other. This charade is becoming more and more real as time goes on. I can't wait for them to realize they aren't faking it. It's going to be glorious.

Will carries his heart on his sleeve and his emotions written all over his face. I can't even fathom how his ex, Ryan, can treat such a sweet man the way he does. I want to shake Will and tell him to knock it off. His insecurities are getting the best of him.

Patrick is there to pick up the pieces of Will's shredded ego. Lord knows Patrick has enough ego to spread around. Will's friends and family treat him with kid gloves. Not Patrick. While Patrick's methods aren't the most delicate, they seem to do the trick. In his own twisted way he's being there for Will more than anyone else is. 

They might be denying their feelings, but they're done denying their sexual attraction. HOLY HOTNESS. They are gooooooooood together.  

Will & Patrick Do the Holidays is another hilarious, snark-filled, emotional addition to this serial. 

But that's all the time I have, Unicorns. It's off to episode 4 I go!

 A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.

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