Review: Will & Patrick Meet the Family (Wake Up Married #2) by Leta Blake and Alice Griffiths

Follow Will & Patrick as they cope with the fallout from their Vegas wedding in this second installment of the romantic-comedy serial, Wake Up Married, by best-selling author Leta Blake and newcomer Alice Griffiths!

Meeting the family is challenging for every new couple. But for Will and Patrick, the awkward family moments only grow more hilarious—and painful—when they must hide the truth of their predicament from the people they care about most.

Throw in the sexual tension flaring between them, uncomfortable run ins with Will’s all-too-recent ex-boyfriend, an overprotective mobster father, and a mafia spy tailing them around Healing, South Dakota, and you’ve got a recipe for madcap laughs and surprisingly heartwarming feels.

Episode 2 of 6 in the Wake Up Married serial.

Will & Patrick Meet the Family picks up right where the first one left off. Will and Patrick are off to meet Will's family.

Will and Patrick continue to keep up the charade of being happily married in order to appease Will's mafia family. The second installment was just as humorous as the first, with the bonus of a little more of an emotional punch.

Things between Will and Patrick are tense. And not only in a good way (although, there is that, too). Both guys are trying to get through this marriage ordeal with their emotions intact. They have an odd relationship. They both are willing to take care of and defend the other, all while being insulting at the same time. It's weirdly endearing. The way their affections are so obvious but they're both so oblivious.

In my review of the first book, I mentioned how much I loved the character and how much depth they both had. That continues here in the second book and I don't know that I could love them more. As I read more about them the more heartbroken and hopeful I felt. Now that I know more about Will and Patrick, I am on pins and needles waiting for them to open up to each other. I just know it's going to be amazing and I'm going to cry my heart out.

Oh, Will. Why does he put up with so much? Especially Ryan. Someone needs to kick his ass for treating Will the way he does. Will is the sweetest and he's hurting and I hurt for him. I'm hoping Patrick helps him see his own worth and how great he is.

I continue to adore Patrick, even when he's being a jerk. He is very protective of Will in his own rude way. It's like all his emotions are right there at the surface ready to burst out. And I can't wait until they do.

I'm moving right along to book 3. These guys are just too good to put down.

A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.

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