I haven’t read all of Mina’s Chic Manila Series, but out of those I’ve read Better At Weddings Than You is one of the best narration and character building.
Let me start with Aaron because I can’t find anything to hate about him (which is bit irritating). I feel in love with him from the first introduction and totally like him after he gasped for having his notebook tore away. I can sympathize. If I was him, I might never get over it because notebooks is the best ever products that’s why I collect them.
I’m unable to relate with Daphne (which is ironically same age as me,) but I enjoyed her strong character and loved her liberal attitude and quips.
This line is probably her best line:
I know it was you when we had sex against a window.
Argh! I feel to keep going about Helen but I’m afraid that this will turn into a rant review, which is really bad because this was a great read.
Daphne Cardenas is the best wedding planner around, and everyone knows it. That's why her friend Greg hired her as an emergency replacement one month before his wedding—because he fears his fiancée Helen is falling for the guy they first hired for the job.
Aaron Trinidad is new to the wedding industry but years of conference planning and loads of charm make him good at it. Really good at it. Planning the wedding of his friend Helen should be easy, and it is. To be unceremoniously fired isn't good for his new career, but the chance to learn from the best might be the silver lining.
Aaron and Daphne have chemistry, but there’s history with Helen that at least one other person considers a threat. Who's the planner who can fix this impending disaster?
(Part of the Chic Manila series, but can be read as a standalone.)
Buy on Amazon: bit.ly/chicmanila9
About The Author
About The Author
Mina V. Esguerra writes contemporary romance and young adult novellas. She has a bachelor's degree in Communication and a master's degree in Development Communication, put to good use in her work as trainer and content management consultant. Mina lives in Metro Manila, Philippines, with her husband and daughter.
She finds inspiration in the lives and experiences of other people, so the answer to "Is this story based on you?" is always, always "No."