“Pure fun—a romantic comedy that’s perfect for a day at the beach!” Lauren Layne, New York Times Bestselling Author
Caroline Abbott knows her way around bridezillas.
Working at a stationery store means helping engaged couples pick out the perfect save-the-date
cards and invitations for their dream weddings—a dream job.
Until the bridezilla of the day belongs to her first kiss, Alexander Wilder. He’s all grown up now, running his family’s luxury hotel chain, and even hotter than she remembers from that scorcher of a smooch.
So when Caroline catches his fiancée half-naked with another man, she has to tell him. And Alex has to break it off. And of course, the ex-bridezilla goes completely bonkers.
Good thing Caroline has plenty of experience—and friends to help save her.
She also has the sudden interest of Alex, who has a proposal of his own for her. Is it just a rebound for him, or does he also feel the same spark that drew them together all those years ago?
Save the Date
I enjoyed the underlying, sizzling chemistry between Caroline and Alex. They were relatable in the the way they spoke to each other.... arguing, questioning, explaining, forgiving, etc. I found the friendships Caroline had a refreshing addition to the story. I gave it 4 stars because Caroline’s obsession/discussion of Tiffany was sometimes too much. Otherwise a great book for a rainy day.
The Perfect Weekend Read
Loved this book! It was well written and had a great storyline.
Save the Date
I love Monica Murphy’s book but this one was so unrealistic and boring that I had to force myself to finish it. The entire story is fitting for teenage 15-16 year old girls (just remove the sex part). Very disappointing