Becoming Mrs. Lockwood – 4.5 Stars


K.I. Lynn

Release Date: January 30, 2017

Cover Design: Mayhem Cover Creations


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Every girl has dreams of meeting Prince Charming, or at least I know I did.

A fairy tale-like meeting of love at first site.
Real life and fairy tales are very different.

I’m just a small town Indiana girl that had a chance encounter with one of Hollywood’s golden boys. You may think you know where this story goes—not even close.

Life is different. Marriage is hard. It’s even worse when you’re strangers.



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about-the-authorK.C. Lynn

K.C. Lynn is a small town girl living in Western Canada. She married her high school sweetheart and they have four amazing children: two lovely girls and a set of handsome twin boys. It was her love for romance books that gave K.C. the courage to sit down and write her own novel. When she is not in her writing cave, pounding out new characters and stories, she can be found living between the pages of a book, meeting new tattooed, hot alpha males with very big…Hearts.

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4.5 Stars

Oh my – I’m not totally sure what I think about this book.  Becoming Mrs. Lockwood is a taboo style romance with couple who just connects from the first moment they interact. It’s an intense and passion love story that I was unable to put down.

A chance meeting brings Wren and Weston together. They basically spend 24 hours with one another in Vegas and end up married. It’s romantic and crazy. A world wind love story.

But then reality comes into play. Wren completely envelops herself in Weston’s world – a place where everything moves quickly and is under intense scrutiny. And at first it’s all perfect and blissful but soon, the pressures of their new reality weigh on them.

They struggle with it all and it’s an emotional journey. At times their drama made my heartache. But arggghhhh!! Here’s where I am torn. I think I would have loved this book and been all in if Wren had been just a little bit older.  My brain just couldn’t shut off – I wanted them to work but my head kept saying, there’s just too many years separating them. I could not get past their age difference as much as I tried and wanted to.

I don’t know if it’s who I am as a person or the fact that I’m a mom to girls that age.  But just because I could not get past that point doesn’t mean the story isn’t spectacularly written and plotted out.  Still it’s a great book, filled with awesome and intriguing characters so I would definitely recommend checking it out.


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