Hopeless romantic Ivy Rhodes
anti-Cupid Bennett Westcott
request the pleasure of your company for
their disaster of a courtship
Wedding planner Ivy Rhodes is the best in the business, and she's not about to let a personal problem stop her from getting ahead. So when she’s asked to star in the reality TV show Planning for Love, it doesn't matter that the show's videographer happens to be a recent—and heartbreaking—one-night stand.
Bennett Westcott admits he didn't handle his encounter with Ivy very well. But looking at her beautiful smile—and great body—through a camera lens every day? He can't be faulted for suggesting they have some no-strings fun.
The more time they spend together, the more Ben realizes Ivy isn't the wedding-crazed bridezilla he'd imagined. But if he doesn't trust himself to make a relationship last, how can he convince Ivy to give him another chance?
Barth s contemporary trilogy launch charms readers with a delightfully intelligent heroine who believes firmly in the power of love. Handsome cameraman Bennett Westcott coaxes wedding planner Ivy Rhodes to appear on the reality TV show Wild Wedding Smackdown, saying it will help her business. Sparks fly and the two jump in the sack. Despite a fabulous sexual marathon followed by a near-perfect day exploring Chicago, Ivy s professed faith in old-fashioned romantic ideals sends Bennett running to the airport. When he returns as the producer of another wedding planner centered reality show, Ivy agrees to go on a single date with him while strategizing how to convince him dating isn t an evil, soul-sucking tool to rob him of his masculinity and independence. Fans of wedding bells and sassy contemporaries will love the well-drawn chemistry and a heroine with brains and heart.
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Planning for Love
Good read, hope to get an update on the couple in the next book in the series and catch up on the other characters in the book.
A comprehensive romance novel for the romantic at heart. Great length, good detail, and a solid story line that is believable enough to you believe in romance. I rarely write reviews but this book was great.
Planning for love