Review: The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren
On the whole, this was an entertaining romance that follows the standard enemies-to-lovers trope, offering a few laughs and misunderstandings along the way. Olive and Ethan made for an entertaining couple, with their constant digs and their eventual discovery that, deep down, they may not be terribly different from one another after all. However, the entertainment value wore a little thin in places, mostly thanks to the crass humour and a complete lack of subtlety. (Some readers might find the entire chapter devoted to the bridal party throwing up their dinner to be hilarious; for me it wore thin after about the second paragraph.) The writing and story itself lacks depth, though there is plenty of warmth and humour.
A good choice when you're looking for something light, and you don't mind a few crass moments.