Title: Always the Wedding Planner, Never The Bride
Author: Sandra D. Bricker
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Released: October 28, 2011
Of all the people you would think would have a perfect wedding Sherilyn Caine, a wedding planner, would be her. But with mysteriously disappearing wedding dresses and drama after drama, perfection is the last thing happening.
Andrew Drummond IV and Sherilyn have left Chicago behind for Atlanta for Andrew’s job and Sherilyn finds herself working alongside her college roommate and best friend, Emma, as the wedding planner. If only her own would go as smoothly as her clients’.
After reading the prequel to this book, I was ecstatic to find this one available for review. The author made me a fan with Always the Baker, Never the Bride, the story of Emma, the diabetic baker, and Jackson, her new boss. This book picks up where that one left off, just with a different couple in the limelight.
This book is a light read and is the book version of a feel good romance movie. There is some drama and rockiness to the romances, but it just enhances the experience of reading this book.
This book is not boring and never leaves me bored or wanting to put it down and find something more interesting to do. The author drags you into the storyline and makes you want to read more from not only this series but from this author as well.
The author also has a gift of making simple, subtle romances into one of your favorites. The romance between Andy and Sherilyn is pretty much already established but the side romances aren’t. Romance is the main plot in this book and I like it.
There is a little mystery with this book, though. It’s the case of the mysterious disappearing wedding dress. It’s not much, in fact, it takes up maybe four pages of the book total. Again, a subtle add on that leaves you hooked to the story line.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book. It’s perfect for the romantic in us all. I give it four out of five.
I received this book free from Abingdon Press and NetGalley for this review. All opinions expressed are my own.