Sunday, April 26, 2015

Every Bride Needs a Groom

Title: EVERY BRIDE NEEDS A GROOM
Author: Janice Thompson         
Publisher: Revell
April 2015
ASIN:   978-0800723996
Genre:  Contemporary Romance
Series: A Brides with Style Novel, book 1


Somewhere in a sea of tulle and taffeta, satin and crepe, Katie Fisher needs to find a key ingredient of the perfect wedding--the groom.

Small-town girl Katie Fisher is busy planning her fairy-tale wedding. Sure, her boyfriend hasn't managed to pop the question just yet, but that doesn't mean she shouldn't enter a contest in Texas Bride magazine to win the dress of her dreams, right? Anyway, she's sure he'll be getting down on one knee any time now. And a one-of-a-kind designer dress doesn't just fall out of the sky right when you need it.

But when Katie's boyfriend takes a job in another town and breaks up with her--on the very same day she wins her dream dress--her world is turned upside down. Dare she go to Dallas to claim her prize? And will the hunky pro basketball player who runs the beyond-swanky bridal shop--yeah, you read that right--discover her humiliating secret if she does?

EVERY BRIDE NEEDS A GROOM is the first book in Ms. Thompson’s newest series, Brides with Style. I know I say this about every one of Ms. Thompson’s books, but this is my favorite of her books yet. Katie is small town, sweet, innocent, lovable and centered in family. Brady, too, is centered in family. He is over-the-top kind, even to pushy fans, and intrusive agents. I couldn’t help but fall in love with all the characters in this book and I can’t wait to see what comes next in this collection!

Quirky, funny, with great one-liners. And quotes from Country Western legends start each chapter. If you like contemporary romance with a massive dose of humor, you will love EVERY BRIDE NEEDS A GROOM.
  
5 stars. Available in ebook and paperback. 336 pages.

I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.


1 comment:

Janett Kerr said...

Thanks for reviewing this. The story sounds upbeat—one I'll have to add to my TBR list.