I Take You is the story of Lily, a rookie lawyer with a troubled past and a bright future. She is engaged to marry Will Force, a successful archaeologist. Lily is a free spirit, fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants type of girl. She enjoys a good party and really shouldn’t be planning a wedding, if you know what I mean. Will is all business, a scientist, both brilliant and attractive. No one believes this marriage will last.
As the couple, their friends, and family meet in Key West for a week of celebration and wedding plans, Lily’s time is spent reliving her past and partying through a series of meaningless hook-ups. Is she really going to marry Will?
To be honest, this book is a little bit out of the realm of my usual reads. It is true chick lit in every since of the word. It is risky, racy, and well, a lot over the top. It was a cute story, though, and the ending was reminiscent of a fairy tale…with a bit of a twist. I think the rhythm of the book made it a little hard to get into, but that could be due to genre. The cover is great, though. It was light-hearted and had a cute story, so I can recommend it as a good beach read.
I Take You is the work of Eliza Kennedy. I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review in exchange for an honest review. This review post is not influenced by this gift.