A Brides with Style Novel, #3
May 2016/352 pages/$13.99
Katie's determined to make it down the aisle this time--but it may be easier said than done
Katie Fisher is ecstatic. Pro basketball star Brady James has proposed, and she can't wait to start planning their life together. But it's hard to focus on her own happily ever after when her calendar is filling up with celebrations for friends and family. Beyond that, it seems everyone around her has an opinion--and a strong one at that--on what Katie's special day should look like. Will she ever manage to settle all of the details for her storybook wedding? Or will her overzealous friends and relations make a mess of everything?
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Janice Thompson is my go-to author when I need a book guaranteed to make me smile. I have thoroughly enjoyed this series, and Every Bride Has Her Day is a delightful finale brimming with all things bridal and romantic. Amidst the satin and lace, Thompson skillfully portrays the tension and conflict that can arise during the planning of the Big Day when too many opinions wreak havoc on a bride's peace of mind as well as her relationships with friends and family. The depiction of the pain experienced by the perpetually single friend who is "always a bridesmaid" evokes sympathy and adds authenticity. Once again, the setting varies between Dallas and Katie's hometown of Fairfield, Texas, and the juxtaposition of metropolitan elegance and small-town charm creates multiple opportunities for humor as well as misunderstandings, and the pages turn as rapidly as the miles fly by on the interstate between the two locations. Every Bride Has Her Day is the the perfect read for the summer wedding season; add it--as well as the two previous books in the series--to your reading list today!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a copy of this book free from Baker/Revell Publishing. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
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