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How to be the Perfect Bridesmaid: a) Smile and pretend to love your horrible dress.

b) Be patient as your best friend turns into Bridezilla.

c) Do not fall for the groom!

Thrilled to be Bella's bridesmaid, Zoe throws herself into her duties. But meeting the groom himself, stop-and-stare-sexy Kent Rigby, ruins everything....

What happens when you find the man of your dreams and
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ebook, 192 pages
Published October 1st 2011 by Harlequin Presents (first published January 1st 2011)
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Susan
Pretty good book. Somewhat predictable. as I could see the writing on the wall when Zoe met Kent, and Bella's old friend Damon showed up. I did like the way that Zoe and Kent both tried to ignore the way they felt, feeling that it wasn't fair to Bella, but once Damon talked to Kent, it was done. I liked the ending to the story - very romantic! I am looking forward to Bella's story.
Viohlet
It's been a while since I read this, and I just haven't gotten around to writing a review (or for most of the books read in late February or early March), so I'll do my best to remember what I WOULD have written if I hadn't been so lazy in the first place.

From the impression the synopsis gave

How to be the Perfect Bridesmaid:

a) Smile and pretend to love your horrible dress.
b) Be patient as your best friend turns into Bridezilla.
c) Do not fall for the groom!


I expected the dynamic between the heroi
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Tania
Yay an Aussie soppy
Ruthie Knox
This book is sweeter than what I usually read, but I enjoyed it. The heroine is likable and funny and just a teensy bit snarky. I admire Hannay for pulling off a "bridesmaid-in-love-with-the-groom" plot, which isn't the easiest thing to do without offending readers' delicate sensibilities. The Australian setting and hot farmer hero pushed this to four stars for me.
Tam
Sweetly romantic and believably paced. I wish I could meet a Kent Rigby of my own. ☺
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Sasha
Sweet book , I guess! :)
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Multi award winning author, Barbara Hannay, is a city bred girl with a yen for country life. Most of her 40 plus books are set in rural and outback Australia and they've been enjoyed by readers around the world.
In her own version of life imitating art, Barbara and her husband currently live on a misty hillside in beautiful Far North Queensland where they keep heritage pigs, hens, ducks, turkeys an
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