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Summary

From the USA Today bestselling author of The Wedding Game comes a new romantic comedy about the antics that ensue when three siblings come together for their parents’ fiftieth-anniversary party.

Martin and Peggy Chance believe love should last a lifetime. With their fiftieth wedding anniversary on the horizon, they’ve modeled a beautiful relationship for their three grown children. But to their dismay, that lesson hasn’t quite caught on - the three siblings just can’t seem to take a chance and find love in their own lives.

There’s Ford, the eldest, devoted to his work and resistant to romance...or so he claims. Cooper, the middle child, can’t get past his divorce - until he reconnects with a feisty baker from his past. And Palmer, the baby of the family, is the free-spirited world traveler who always pictured herself with someone other than a handsome small-town family doctor.

When the Chance siblings come together to plan the ultimate anniversary party for their parents, they’ll have to navigate romantic entanglements, sibling rivalries, and the definitive end of their childhood. Whatever happens, The Reunion promises to be a fun, flirty, wild ride.

©2022 by Meghan Quinn (P)2021 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

Critic reviews

“Funny, brilliant, and full of swoon. Fans of The Family Stone will adore this book. A must read.”—Kendall Ryan, New York Times bestselling author

“Are you a fan of the family dynamics in Schitt’s Creek? Then you will devour this book. Real, raw, and hilarious. Meghan Quinn at her best.”—Rachel Van Dyken, #1 New York Times bestselling author 

“Hooked from the very first page, this book has it all. The drama, the romance, the heat, and especially the humor.”—Laurelin Page, New York Times bestselling author 

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I really enjoyed this story and the performance was brilliant. Would reccomened to anyone!

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  • CzekMart
  • 26-04-22

Loved, loved, loved!!!

I absolutely LOVED the story and the narration by multiple actors has been superb! I found myself laughing and crying at times, and definitely recommend this book to all romcom enthusiasts.

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  • Lori
  • 16-03-22

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Well. So far the story is good. Honestly Coopers’ narrator is awful. I can barely listen to it. Should’ve kept the original Cooper
narrator. Just painful to listen to.

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  • Wendy White
  • 11-03-22

Laugh out loud hilarious

Admittedly the six POV narrators took a little getting used to, but I really came to enjoy the experience and the performances. I would have liked the book had I read it, but I absolutely love it after listening. The whole book is great with so many parts that I literally laughed out loud and couldn’t wait to tell my husband.

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  • Debby Kelly
  • 24-04-22

Good but…the male narrator

Teddy Hamilton was awesome as usual. The narrator for Cooper…not so much. His voice hurt my ears. I cringed every time I heard his voice. Other than that, I enjoyed the book.

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  • C. Fowle
  • 19-03-22

Hilarious

It has been a long time since I have laughed out loud while listening to a book. The writing is wonderful, and the narration is spot on. Loved it

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  • Rina's Reads
  • 28-02-22

Wow, wow, WOW

This multi-cast audiobook was a phenomenal listen.
I loved all the different perspectives, the way the couples slowly came together, the sibling issues, the breakdowns and makeups... it was absolutely riveting.

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  • Jacqueline RC
  • 24-02-22

What a doozy of a reunion

All packed into one well written and performed novel. I don’t know what I was expecting but it wasn’t the fun and angsty family drama that the Reunion gave me.
I loved every character and thought they were all so unique but certainly had traits that I’ve encountered or can appreciate with my own family.
The happy ever after for all 3 siblings and the journey that happened along the same timeline was genius in a way that we have come to appreciate from the one and only Meghan Quinn.
She gives us the laugh out loud moments and the heart felt moments and it all comes in one beautifully packaged novel. I really love this one because of the dynamic cast and characters, I love them all and I kinda want more and more and more….

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  • Erin Lewis
  • 24-02-22

Great story and great narration

Having recently read The One Night, the prequel to The Reunion I was excited to dive in and see what Ms. Quinn had planned. The Chance family are a tad quirky and we got a glimpse of that previously. However, don’t worry if you haven’t read the prequel as this can be read as a stand alone.
I love the Chance family, they are a fun, frustrating and real. The siblings, Ford, Cooper and Palmer are coming together to arrange their parent’s 50th wedding anniversary celebrations. They are all so different and all have opinions on how to move forward with their plans and to say that there are tensions among the siblings would be an understatement. The one thing they all have in common is their inability to find love.
The reunion ticked all the boxes for me and the multiple narration by Lidia Dornet, Teddy Hamilton, Laurie West, Rock Engle, CJ Bloom and Stephen Borne did a fabulous job bringing this story and all the characters to life for me.
From the first chapter I was hooked on The Reunion. It made me laugh, it made me smile, I swooned and I sighed. Told from numerous points of view, there was a lot going on but it had me laughing so much I cried. It was also emotional as they found love and happiness; a story of love and family, it was extremely well written.

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  • Veronica
  • 24-02-22

Hilarious Listening...

First off, I'd like to say that I waited to listen to The One Night (the prequel to this book, the telling of Nora & Coopers history) until the night before this book was released so that I wouldn't be left with the cliffhanger I read about for weeks to come. I'm not sure if that was a mistake or not because although I was glad to dive right into this book and read the outcome of Nora & Cooper, while also getting to know Cooper siblings and read of their HEA's, the narration was changed on both characters and that really frustrated me along with the fact that the writer changed a few things in this book from what happened in The One Night.

The voice narration for Ford better matched the narrator that did Coopers voice from The One Night. Overall the narrators did a good enough job, I suppose, although I didn't think the males changed their voices enough to distinguish between the characters, I found myself going back 10 seconds often or even going back to the book to make sure I understood who was speaking. The female narrators did well too, but of course no one tops CJ Bloom, who just nails whatever character she's voicing for. She's one of my favorite narrators, alway opting to listen to a book she's narrating over reading just because she really knows how to bring a book to life. Honestly, CJ Bloom could have read the whole book and it probably would have been a better listen.

Overall, this book was HILARIOUS and touching too.

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  • crusader93
  • 09-08-22

Family is a Beautiful Mess!

So glad I read the prequel, The One Night, prior to reading The Reunion. The quirky characters and funny moments Quinn includes were abundant in this book, but so were the sweet and tender moments in finding love and restoring a family whose adult siblings had lost their way and could no longer get along with each other. The family dynamic was strong, which included a biological child and two adopted children who’d been through the foster care system. I particularly enjoyed the antics, unconditional acceptance, and tough love shown by the parents at the heart of this family. Each adult sibling seeks and finds a sense of purpose, love and forgiveness for others, as well as a true love story HEA! The epilogue was very satisfying.

My only wish was that Teddy Hamilton would have narrated Cooper, as he did in the prequel. Casting him as a different character and selecting a different narrator for Cooper in The Reunion created a sense of disconnectedness as I began this book. Overall performances were otherwise strong with good casting for each of the characters.