Review: Will & Patrick Meet the Mob (Wake Up Married #5) by Leta Blake and Alice Griffiths

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

Patrick has finally accepted that he's in love with Will, but his newfound determination to do something about that runs up against his father-in-law's mobster plans. Though just what those plans are have as yet to be determined. As far as Will and Patrick can tell, they consist of blowing through town, wreaking small havoc, and turning the Patterson family's lives on end.

Will must face the truth about his family before he can fully come to terms with his feelings for Patrick. And Patrick has to decide if this whackadoodle world is something he truly wants to be part of forever.

Episode 5 of 6 in the Wake Up Married serial.


The best of the best of the best. No joke. I can't get enough of Will & Patrick.

This installment starts with a little suspense. Will's dad is in town and being a mob boss he makes things... interesting. His methods may not be the most conventional, but he does love his son and has his best interests at heart. But with good ol' Dad in town, Will literally has everyone in his life all in his business trying to tell him how to live. I don't understand them! It's obvious they love Will, but they are intense. I get his mother's worry. Will doesn't have the greatest track record with decision making, but what's so bad about Patrick? As Patrick would say, he's a genius doctor! The total package.

Not only is he a hot, genius doctor.

But he loves Will. Really, really loves him. 

Will can't seem to see what's right in front of his face (still). Regardless of the words still unspoken, things between them continue to grow more intense. They add a couple kinks to their sex repertoire and it was de-lightful.  Goodness, just when I thought they couldn't get any better or hotter together. Will was finally able to let go of the shame he felt in the bedroom and be himself with Patrick. Patrick gave him a safe place to let go and let his needs be known. 

Family drama, hilariousness, snark, hot as hell sex, feels. So many feels. Leta Blake and Alice Griffiths create the perfect balance between comedy and drama. I can't believe there's only one more book left. I don't think I'll be ready to say goodbye. 

A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.

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