Three Little Words is book #3 of the Bridesmaids Behaving Badly trilogy. Out of the three books, I found this one to be the best.
Gia and Bennett are strong and likeable characters. They have some great character development throughout the book. Both have realistic battles they need to overcome, and they both needed a shove from someone outside their bubble. Three Little Words is a book about life changes, and what can happen when you upend your world to move onto the next stage of life. The epilogue was a great point to wrap-up the entire series, and left me feeling satisfied about my journey with these bridesmaids.
The push-back from Gia being anti-relationship did get tiring and repetitive by the latter part of the book, and that’s where it loses half a star from me. The synopsis describes Bennett “taking” the last rental car, which doesn’t match the events in the book. They decided to road trip prior to that point, so no conflict existed in regards to that. Hopefully the book blurb is updated by its release date.
While each book in the trilogy can be read as a standalone, the series and its characters are more enjoyable if you get the full experience.
I received an ARC via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.