A review by nessnos
The Worst Best Man, by Mia Sosa


“In the end, it doesn't matter if I'm Lina's first, second, or fifteenth choice; what matters is that I'm the right choice." 

“You’re neither my first choice nor my second choice. You’re my only choice.”

I had been meaning to read this for so long and I’m glad I finally decided to pick it up. I love Lina and the way she is a girl boss but doesn't shy away from her emotions. I love her love for her origins and culture. I related to that aspect very much as a first-generation immigrant myself.