After getting completely wasted at a wedding reception, bridesmaid Anna Hart wakes up in a strange bed and can't remember what she did or who she did it with.
The stranger in bed with Anna is Brett Conner, a nerdy guy who she vaguely remembers from college, but only because everyone called him Clown Hair. Only Brett isn't quite as nerdy as Anna remembers. His clown hair is long gone and Brett is almost cute-and kind of sexy.
Over the course of four weddings, in four cities, in one crazy summer, Brett and Anna start a mismatched relationship. But is there a future for a bad-girl and the boy-next-door?
I have a love/hate relationship with this book. When I started reading and got into the story and couldn't put it down. But then sometimes I just wanted to throw my kindle across the room and yell and scream. It starts out with a girl who is emotionally damaged, and a major party addict and one night she has a one night stand with the nerd from college. But the thing is he is different from any other guy she has ever been with and he makes her feel things she's never felt before. So the start to build a relationship even though the odds seem stacked against them. The plot to the story was good, but I hate how their feelings for each were automatically "love" That really bugged me but I could get past that. What made this book go from good to just okay was what Bret does to Anna at about 80% of the book it just crashed and burned for me. So this book turned out to be only okay, it has potential but it didn't meet it in my opinion.