Publisher Description

Wedding planner Everly Vaughn has three rules for a Happily Ever After:

1. Find a nice guy.

2. Make sure he passes the BFF test.

3. Never—no matter how much you like him—engage the Player (aka Austin, your best friend’s brother).

 

What happens if you don’t follow them? A Happily Ever Now. (Those don’t last.)

 

Too bad Ever doesn’t follow her own rules.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2016
January 16
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
69
Pages
PUBLISHER
Turning Leaves Press
SELLER
Turning Leaves Press, Inc
SIZE
553.2
KB

Customer Reviews

SandyArmyCat ,

Love this!

I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS BOOK! Sorry for yelling but this is a great prequel to Happily Ever After! I cannot wait to read Happily Ever After-this prequel pulled me in very fast! I love the characters-you actually feel like you know them-or at least you want to get to know them. I would love to have some of Ever's friends-they seem great and REAL! That's what I really liked. The fact that you feel like you know someone who is just like one of the characters in the book. There was only one downfall-it ended way too soon! I was so disappointed to find that it ended so quickly but like Jen says-its a PREQUEL for a reason-it draws you in very quickly and leaves you hanging so you'll buy the next book. That's the point of the prequel so I'm not mad about it...I just really didn't want it to end it was that good! I have not read all of Jen's books but in the future, I'm going to go through the list and read them one by one. The other books of Jen's that I have read are excellent, so I know all of her other ones are excellent as well!

Mamljmm ,

Wedding cake

I an ARC for a honest review. I would best compare this book to a piece of wedding cake. I took a nice big bite in my fork and just as I get my first little taste of the frosting all of somebody yanked the whole thing out of my hand.... So many directions this story. Can go and now the impatient waiting game for the next book to see where it goes. VERY WELL written and made me laugh, but ready to go on with the story.

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