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After Laura Brown spent her childhood dreaming of new episodes of her favorite sitcoms instead of sleeping, Laura Brown decided to give writing a try and never looked back. A hopeless romantic, she married her high school sweetheart even though they didn’t even go to the same high school. They live in Massachusetts with two cats with cerebellar hypoplasia and an energetic boy who keeps them busy.

Laura has been hearing impaired all of her life, but she didn’t start learning ASL until college, when her disability went from being an inconvenience to a positive part of her identity. It’s important to her to create strong, competent characters with hearing loss, as she didn’t have that growing up. At home, closed captioning is always on, lights flash with the doorbell, and sometimes headphones are optional.

BookThe Un-Arranged Marriage
AuthorLaura Brown
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So it’s quite a surprise when she finds out that Mr. High-and-Mighty and Annoyingly Sexy just didn’t know. And now she needs her help.

When it turns out that the week-long wedding events are actually a week-long competition for a dream vacation, Mark and Shaina do the unthinkable: they work together. And the second the animosity begins to fade, something more electric takes its place. Only now it’s not just the attraction between enemies. And nothing could be worse than the fact that their mothers could have done well…

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The Un-Arranged Marriage is a lovers enemy, opposites attract, RomCom that kept me entertained from page one to the end. Mark Goldman and Shaina Fogel they grew up together. Their mothers were best friends who started planning their children’s weddings when they were babies. Unfortunately, while the Goldmans and Fogels were more family than friends, the same couldn’t be said for Mark and Shaina. They were like oil and water, rubbing together in the wrong way. Until they were “forced” as adults for Mark’s little sister’s wedding. Then the fun begins!

Laura has a gift for portraying the characters as “real” people. Her characters are people I can really imagine meeting in real life. They make mistakes, they make mistakes, and they eventually grow up as the book progresses.
I loved seeing Mark and Shaina get over their past struggles and really get to know each other for the first time. And they definitely had chemistry! When they gave up, I knew the result was going to be HOT, and I was right!

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One of the things I admire most about Laura Brown’s writing is how well she incorporates diversity into her romance novels. In Unrranged Marriage, Shaina is hard of hearing, Mark is demisexual, Mark’s cat… they’re just a part of who they are and who they’ve always been.
Mark and Shaina are also Jewish. That the main characters in a romance novel are Jewish is not often found in romance novels. And seeing it in a book that isn’t a Holocaust book or a holiday book (say, Hanukkah) is even rarer.

Too often, diversity feels like a prop in a story rather than part of the story. That was not the case in any of the books I have read of hers. She portrays it in a very authentic way – the fact that this is an Own Voices book** definitely helps with the realism.
AND THAT’S WHY Laura Brown is an automatic 1 clicker for me!

The Un-Arranged Marriage is a funny, sexy, opposites-attracts romantic comedy that you don’t want to miss.

I must say that Laura Brown’s The Unarranged Marriage surprised me. After reading the blurb I assumed it would be a romantic comedy, don’t get me wrong it’s definitely not the kind of romantic comedy I’m used to. The setup is that Mark and Shania have known each other since they were born. Their mothers are best friends and always dreamed of the two getting together. The problem? They have practically despised each other their entire lives.

This is mainly due to a hearing problem that Shania suffers from, but which Mark didn’t seem to know about. Given the families’ lifelong friendship and the amount of time they grew up together, it seems pretty unlikely that Mark doesn’t understand Shaina’s hearing problems or was ever aware of them, but other than that, he was more than willing to ignore it.

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Like I said, the setup works, Mark’s car breaks down on the way to his sister’s wedding and Shaina has to pick it up. The two then team up to compete for a grand prize (the planned honeymoon in which Mark’s sister and husband are unable to go on). Mark and Shania play well together and there are lots of laughs as the two enemies become friends. Sounds pretty good, right? Well, it is. So why did I say it’s different than most rom-coms I’ve read before? Well, because honestly, most of the rom-coms I’ve read over the years tend to be “clean” romances.

When someone first dropped an F-bomb, I knew this one could be different. Yes, there is sex, quite a lot in fact… quite a graphic thing. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t have a problem with language or sex, but after my experience with romantic comedies, I felt out of place. Honestly, I don’t think it was necessary or added anything special to the story, but it didn’t bother me either. And if Ms. Brown felt that she showed the growing bond between our two main characters, that’s her choice as a writer. I’m only pointing this out because I felt it was a bit off and might offend those looking for more of a PG-rated story.

Overall, I quite enjoyed the story, as I’ve always enjoyed a good enemies-to-lovers story.

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