In this instant USA Today bestseller, that RaeAnne Thayne hails as "heartfelt and delightful," a wedding planner breaks her #1 rule: Never, ever fall for the groom.
There's nothing Jenna Bell loves more than a happily-ever-after. That's why being a wedding planner is her dream job - until the groom is Logan Gallagher. She's had a crush on him since . . . well, forever. And now she has to make his day magical as he walks down the aisle without her.
As a secret service agent, Logan's already married - to his career. A wife was never in his plan, until he finds out he needs to marry the woman he's been protecting. He takes his latest assignment in stride, but when he sees Jenna again, he can't deny the attraction sparking between them. Can he really say "I do" if it means saying goodbye to the woman of his dreams?
The breakneck pace of Mason's screwball sixth Harmony Harbor romance sometimes becomes a little too dizzying. Jenna Bell, wistful tag-along to her family's wedding empire, has lost her matchmaking business to her usurping stepmother, Gwyneth. Her own wedding is providing a little brightness in Jenna's life until, at a dress fitting, her fianc announces that Jenna needs to hand over ring and dress, because he's going to marry Gwyneth instead. A street brawl ensues, followed with more whimsy than logic by a mass arrest, sprained ankle, pole dance, and apartment lockout. Jenna ends up spending the night on the beach with gorgeous Logan Gallagher, a Secret Service agent who's 10 years her senior. A malicious cop included Logan in the arrest, charging him with assaulting Jenna's ex, and that doesn't look good on his record. Jenna knows that Gwyneth will either hand over her business or drop the charges in exchange for the engagement ring; now she has to decide which to ask for. For any fan of light contemporaries, the central plot of Jenna's misadventures can stand alone, but Mason is not adept with backstories, and the thicket of established connections surrounding the main story won't make much sense to newcomers.