Third book in "The Guy" series. I read this one because I started the series with the second book and got intrigued with the characters that are the protagonists in this one.
It wasn't as good as The Only Guy and I don't think I'll be reading The Guy From Glamour (the first in the series) anytime soon. But it was okay.
I must say I would have liked a little more of that coming and going that Locke and Henry had, with a little more of bickering and pinning for each other. Who doesn't love that?
Anyway I liked those two and was not disappointed with the guys that caught my attention at the wedding in the previous book.