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A Week Till the Wedding

3.28 of 5 stars 3.28  ·  rating details  ·  25 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Jacob Tasker had broken Daisy Bell's heart years before. Now his failing grandmother had fixated on the delusion that Jacob and Daisy were engaged, and was planning their wedding. So Jacob appealed to Daisy to pretend they were still a couple. For Grandma Eunice's sake, of course.Maintaining the charade was the toughest challenge of Daisy's life. Because Jacob's touch stil ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published July 24th 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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Rating 3.5 stars

They were some aspects of the book I enjoyed, some I didn't.

The hero/heroine were involved with each other seriously for two years when they were in college and then the heroine's parents died and she had to take care of her two sisters while the hero got a good job. He asked her to come with him but she couldn't, so they drifted away, he joined the rat race, climbing the corporate ladder while she remained in her hometown even after her sisters left.

It's been seven years and the
There was nothing really wrong with this story, it just had so many aspects that I don't enjoy in a romance -- wacky scheme, interfering relative, small town worship, hero that just drifted away -- that I found it hard to maintain any interest.
Ok book. Jacob was back in his hometown for a family reunion. His grandmother appears to be suffering from some confusion and is fixated on the idea that Jacob and Daisy are engaged. She is planning their wedding and nothing will stop her. Jacob had left Georgia for San Francisco seven years before and had only come back a few times. He works incredibly long hours and feels he has the success he was looking for all those years ago. He regrets leaving Daisy behind, but thinks there is nothing to ...more
I found this one to be pretty predictable. You just knew Grandma's plan was going to get busted, that the couple would end up together, the only thing was how much would go wrong along the way. I think the best part of this one was Grandma' friend busting her and the way the two old ladies bickered back and forth.
This book centers around Daisy. She is one of three sisters--also Mari(gold) and Lily. I'm hopeful there are/will be more in a series.
Susan Dalley
This was better as it went along. It could be a start to a series.
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