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review 2020-04-15 12:59
The Groom: A Reality TV Romance (A Keeper Series, #1) by: Melissa McClone
The Groom: A Reality TV Romance (A Keeper Series, #1) - Melissa McClone



McClone uses emotion and deep thought to tear the heart right out of your chest and humor to restore it to it's rightful place. The Groom gives a large dose of common sense and a handful of heartache all in one sitting. Millie and Jace are struggling with their foolish hearts, on top of wounded pride. Will risking happily ever after cost them their hearts or help them to heal their souls? Heartache takes the long route to happy and it's anything but subtle.

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review 2020-01-31 14:49
A Groom With A View by Sophie Ranald
A Groom With a View: Romantic Comedy with a Sting in the Tail... - Sophie Ranald

This was a light-hearted, funny romance with a sting. It was about relationships and how the past have a lasting influence on them, but above all it was about weddings and how they often get way out of hand and lead to bitterness and resentment.


Pippa and Nick have always said marriage isn’t for them, but when they go to a friend’s wedding they get very drunk and decide to get married. Pippa is a chef and can’t do the planning for the wedding because she’s really busy, so Nick takes over and even writes a blog about his experience called, A Groom With A View. Pippa wants the wedding to be a small, intimate affair, but soon enough it gets out of hand. The problem is she doesn’t really communicate this with Nick and instead gets more and more resentful. I know people get bothered about this plot maneuver, where if only the characters spoke to one another things would be resolved. I get why it’s annoying as I did feel this a bit. Anyway, Nick has some glaring faults, too, so it isn’t all Pippa’s fault. That’s what I really liked about this book, the characters were very real, although I must admit one made a surprising U-turn in her attitude at the end of the novel which was a bit unbelievable.


I’m not into weddings myself, so was skeptical about this book going in, but the focus wasn’t on weddings per-se, but instead how they can wreak havoc in relationships and garner much more attention than they deserve. That was my favourite aspect of the novel, the fact that it wasn’t just a fluffy romance, but imparted wisdom and caution. Weddings were almost critiqued, which I really liked.


Overall this isn’t a novel I’m going to especially remember in 6 months, but it was good for what it was and had much more substance than I initially thought it would.

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review 2019-12-01 07:02
Audio Review: Accidental Groom by Dana Mason (Author), Kelsey Navarro (Narrator)
Accidental Groom (Accidental Love #1) - Dana Mason




An entertaining delight. Mason made sure that the laughs were a stepping stone to her taking over your heart. Mac and Kelly are mess made in real life. Yet they manage to find their way to a happily ever after. Accidental Groom brings a smile to your face and puts love in your heart. Delightful.

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review 2019-08-20 18:07
Audio Review: Temporary Groom: Left at the Altar by: J.S. Scott (author) Elizabeth Powers (narrator)
Temporary Groom: Left at the Altar - Elizabeth Powers,J.S. Scott



Love and friendship collide amidst a comedy of errors. Zeke and Lia have a history. Will they let that shared history ruin their chance at a future as so much more? Temporary Groom takes a look into the eyes of love and walked away with this romantic's heart. From top to bottom Scott can do no less than perfect.

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text 2019-02-04 20:46
Insert Groom Here by K.M. Jackson 99 cents!
Insert Groom Here - K.M. Jackson

Tired white lace, rote promises, same-old ceremonies—some brides have no time for that. They'll break the rules, turn tradition into straight-up scandal—and improvise as much as it takes to turn their wildest wedding dreams into real love…
Eva Ward has won a lavish wedding on the nation’s hottest morning show and can't wait to kick off her 
happily-ever-after in style. Too bad her fiancé backs out on-air—and cameraman Aidan Walker makes sure her private meltdown goes viral, down to the last couch-kicking moment. The only way Eva can save face and keep her perfect nuptial plans on track is to star in a new “find-a-groom” reality segment. But finding Mr. Right in one month means ignoring her handsome new producer—none other than Aidan himself—and getting their instant, exasperating attraction out of her system…
Eva soon finds there's a lot more to Aidan than freewheeling charm. But one glimpse of his caring side can't make up for off-camera politics, Aidan's own secrets—or Eva's fear that they’re too different to ever trust each other. So it's time for her to flip this script, write twists no one will see coming—and risk her heart to get the real thing

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