Love is patient. Love is kind. Love is for chumps.
Geo never plans weddings. Corporate retreats, fundraisers, birthday parties, and even the occasional engagement party? Sure. But weddings? Not anymore.
She never dates, either. Not under any circumstance. These two rules keep her safe. They maintain order, and Geo needs a predictable life.
So when her best friend Paisley tries to convince her to plan just one wedding, Geo turns her down flat. Until a clinical trial opens up—one that might save (a little bit of) her mother's future. But it costs money, and the only event planning that pays that kind of money is a wedding.
How bad can it be to make an exception just this once?
Beautiful story building up a relationship. I laughed out loud, shade a tear and loved every minute of reading. I hated it to end.
Friends and Love
While I liked the first book I liked this one quite a bit more. I have loved many books by this author. Especially her birthright series. One thing I haven’t been a fan of is a few of her characters always dealing on one issue they can’t let go off. This was an issue slightly for both of these characters but not as much. I really enjoyed both of these characters and the side characters as well. It left me wanting to know more of their stories. It was a little surprising that Geode and Trig fell so hard so fast given there circumstances it it was a sweet read. I’m looking forward to the next in the series.
Love is what we all need
Finding love isn’t always easy. This story is wonderful and there are a few twists that you don’t see coming. I have read it several times and love it more each time.