Review: Will & Patrick's Happy Ending (Wake Up Married #6) by Leta Blake and Alice Griffiths

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

Sure, Will and Patrick are in love now, but they weren’t when they got married in Vegas. For Patrick, that’s no problem, but Will can’t shake his doubts that a relationship started through coercion can ever become the real deal.

Since the Molinaro crime family has reversed their position on divorce, Will and Patrick have a chance to rectify their drunken mistake. But is divorce the solution? Find out in this final instalment of the much-beloved Wake up Married serial.

Episode 6 of 6 in the Wake Up Married serial. 

It doesn't get much better than this, my Unicorn friends.

At the end of Will & Patrick Meet the Mob we were left with a bit of a cliffhanger. Will and Patrick were finally able to get what they had wanted all along... a divorce. Something they say they want, but nobody actually wants. But regardless of what they know in their heart, neither has said their feelings out loud. Will decides that a divorce might be the best thing for them. 

Of course, I was screaming curses at my kindle. What was Will thinking?! Was he thinking at all? But the further he went into his reasoning the more it all made sense. It made perfect sense because of who Will is and his experiences. That's not to say his reasoning wasn't totally wrong and crazy, but for Will, there were some things he needed to process before making a leap.

As you can tell from the title, these guys do get their happily ever after and it was every bit as amazing as I knew it would be. Puddin' Pop and HottieMcBrainSurgeon wouldn't stand for less.

As always, there was snark, there was humor and there was hotness. There were also lots of tears. Lots and lots. My goodness, this one hit my right in the gut. I was actually a little blindsided. Sad things are not supposed to happen in my romantic comedies! But that's life and it sucks sometimes.

That's my favorite thing about this series. Alice Griffiths and Leta Blake make me feel such a mix of emotions in just over 100+ pages. Books like this are the whole reason I read romance. They perfectly balance what can make real life so uncomfortably real, with a touch of fantasy we look for in romance novels. 

Is it too much to hope for more? I'm not ready to say goodbye just yet. Will & Patrick are already on my re-read list. I'm pretty sure I'll be revisiting them very soon.

A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.

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