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3.84 of 5 stars 3.84  ·  rating details  ·  912 ratings  ·  71 reviews
Though he was engaged to be married, handsome, thirty-year old stockbroker Jordon Buck never believed in the fairy tale romances or being ‘head over heels’ in love. Gorgeous, gay, twenty-eight year old, Tyler Holliday wasn’t keen on his current career as a wedding planner. Tyler aspired for something greater, but a ghost from his youth haunted him. The day he met Jordon Bu ...more
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Published August 2009 by (first published 2009)
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G.A. Hauser’s books have a tendency to be either a hit or miss with me. When I saw The Wedding Planner written by her, I thought I would give her another shot and read it. I’m very glad I did. There isn’t a lot of angst in this book and it’s a very easy and quick read.

When Jordon Buck’s fiancée, Fawn, wanted to hire a wedding planner, he was all for it. Neither he nor Fawn has the time or the inclination to be bothered with planning their upcoming nuptials. He and Fawn have been dating for over

So I read this book because the concept sounded so interesting, guy falls in love with the wedding planner while planning his own wedding. You think it would get all angsty and drama orientated, but its surprisingly sweet, and has a few life lessons about what you should feel about the person you are going to marry. Settling is never an option, you should, love and crave the person you want to spend the rest of your life with.

Jordan Buck is enga
Nichole (Dirty H)
4.5 stars

This is the third book I've read by G.A. Hauser. I was so unimpressed by the first two that I had pretty much decided not to read any more of her stuff. But the blurb for this one just sounded so enticing I couldn't help myself.
I'm really glad I gave her a third chance. I ended up really enjoying this one.

I'm a fan of the slow burn - even while I'm yelling "Just do it already!" I'm loving it. This one was one of those - rife with sexual tension to the point where you're about to break.
Brenda (b)
I enjoyed this story quite a bit. I found myself pulled into Jordan's struggle with his feelings and the circumstances of his life. I specially liked the scenes at gym and Jordan's condo between him and Tyler.
Sep 28, 2009 ElaineY rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: mm
I'm so glad I read this Hauser, having been disappointed a few times before. For a detailed review, read Daisiemae's. I concur with everything :P

Tyler is everything I want in a man, whether as friend or lover. Jordon was a bit too naive to be credible as a successful Wall Street stockbroker and yes, Fawn was overdone.

That said, I am happy to have read a book I enjoyed right after I'm Your Drill Sergeant. I was worrying about what to pick after that, as usual, coz everything would be compared to
♥Laddie♥ (Lee Lee)
I'm actually re-reading The Wedding Planner and I can't believe I'd forgotten what an adorable story this is.

Jordon Buck, in all of his confused angst, was nothing short of cute. I liked the way he didn't fail to see his fiance Fawn's shortcomings. He was annoyed with her but at the same time he didn't immediately blame her. He tried to see if he was part of the problem. I liked that he didn't immediately put all of the blame for the state of the relationship on someone else.

Jordon's interacti
Kudos to Ms. Hauser for setting up all the necessary circumstances to make this a believable story. Jordon loves his gay brother Bryan, his mother's unconditional acceptance and support of both her sons is the right environment for him to be open to the idea of a different sexual orientation. He still freaks but hey, woudn't anyone, after believing themselves straight for their whole life? His work environment is also progressive and non-discriminatory. Jordon does have some ingrained stereotype ...more
Is it me?

A 15 year old boy involved in the porn industry is a gay icon, a star?

I was of the understanding it was child pornography.

One reviewer didn't understand why he gave his real name. Huh- maybe because he was 15.

Said it before and I'll say it again, if the character was a 15 year old girl, they would be screaming bloody murder.

Oh- the editing sucked and this book was nothing but absurd stereotypes.

********** CONTAINS SOME SPOILERS **********

As much as I would love to start this with my opinions on the actual story, I can't. I have to start with something that bugged me throughout this entire book: bad editing. I don't know if it was just MY copy or what but there are major editing issues throughout this book. Misspelled words, names in places where they should not be (Tyler's name is where Jordon's should be several times), sentences that run together without proper punctuation, the list
I was expecting total fluff and fun with this one and it was fun but it had real emotions. Even made my chest hurt. I was waiting for silly but what I got felt genuine. I really loved this story. The editing could use a bit of help and some parts didn't seem very realistic but I enjoyed it anyways. Made me happy!
Elisa Rolle
The Wedding Planner is a bit more on the usual trend of G.A. Hauser’s previous Gay Romance, where women have not exactly an exemplar role, but at least they manage to redeem a bit in the end.

Perfect Groom Jordon is the dream of every woman: successful stockbroker with penthouse apartment near Wall Street and detached house in the suburbs, he is soon to be married with bimbo flight attendant Fawn. It’s not that Fawn is not a nice girl, it’s only that she doesn’t give the impression to be ready t
3.5 -4 stars

What a nice slow burn for Tyler, the wedding planner, and Jordon, the stockbroker! Jordon is a bit bicurious, a bit GFY. He is getting married....I'm not sure why other than he thinks he should be. When we meet his fiance she is nothing like you expect! She is completely self centered!

Jordon and Tyler become friends and are completely in lust with each other!

I loved Jordon's mom! I felt that Jordon was too naive....I mean he has NEVER....WATCHED....PORN!!! WHHHAATTTT? NO. WAY.!!

Anja H
Jordan and Tyler are a very cute couple. I loved there banter and I enjoyed how easy it was for them to get along...but I couldn't fully enjoy it because the last 20% seemed to me to be written by a different author. it was way over the top with these love declarations. don't get me wrong, usually I love a happy ending. but they only know each other for a week or so. al this talk about being the loves of their life and the thought of them getting married soon?!?! nope, not realistic.

but over all
Lisa J.
3.5 stars. Jordon is engaged to be married to one of the most disinterested brides in the history of brides. It's not a love match. Jordon thinks it's time to get married, and Fawn will do. It's not clear why he puts up with her, even though she treats him like crap. His cluelessness was a bit grating (as was his stereotypes about gay men).

He meets Tyler the wedding planner and is instantly smitten. Soon, they're working out together and sharing meals Jordon prepared. Tyler has a past that peop
This is a much better Hauser than that Acting Badly/Dirty series.
Truly enjoyable. The characters did not have that high volume voice they often have in her books and the peripheral characters all seemed real. There was a cameo from Claire Epstein (the modelling agency from The Kiss) she is the cousin of our hero Jordan.
May 19, 2014 vLadimiR rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to vLadimiR by: Laddie

Jordon Buck is a middle-aged stock broker on the verge of getting married to his fiance, Fawn and since the couple are very busy, they hired the services of wedding planner Tyler Holliday.

The conflict arises when Fawn starts to deprive her future groom of much needed time in bed. To complicate the situation further, Jordon's life is thrown off its axis after meeting their wedding planner. The attraction was instant and although both men were reluctant to admit their feelings initially, Jordon an
Apr 02, 2012 Alina added it
Way too much heterosexuality and Fawn here for my liking.

The story was good and I loved Tyler and Jordon, but I actually hated all Jordon's whining and begging in hopes to have sex with Fawn. Seriously it was embarrassing to read and not at all what I want to see in m/m romance books. Actually him getting hard from the sight of her boobs was way out of place in this type of story, imo. Here goes countless mentions of periods and such.

And I didn't get the basics of Jordon and Fawn's odd relations
Two complaints with this book. First, everyone is gay, to the point of ridiculousness. They only straight people are the parents and every other side character and relative is gay. Second, who really does porn in their own name? Everyone knows porn stars have fake names, so that was the dumbest plot device ever.
Feb 11, 2014 Karen rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: m-m
2.5 stars--The story line was cute--had true potential, but as far as pulling it off--well, gag-me-with-a-spoon, the author definitely jumped the shark with this one.

Almost everyone was gay, and those few who weren't loved everyone who was, and MC Jordan, one of those who wasn't--snap your fingers, instantly was--and loved it.

MC Tyler, the gay wedding planner, was in one moment BIG and MACHO and in the next, he was FLAMING.

Jordan and his gay brother discussed the intimate details of their sex
2-2,5 stars

Groom falls for the wedding-planner.
Cute story but stereotypical characters and the awkward writing with dialogue on elemantary school level made me want to pull my hair out...
Nov 03, 2011 Snowtulip rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Snowtulip by: Morgana
Shelves: m-m
Ok, this is completely a guilty pleasure read! So many times throughout the book I kept saying that is just so wrong, but I couldn't stop myself from just loving these two!
Soooooo I snuck this in and read it in a few hours. How freaking adorable. I'm a fluffer. I mean, I like fluff. Not the porn fluffer. Anyhoo, I am all about the rainbows and unicorns and puppies and sunshine. This was right up my alley. Love Jordy. So much. And Tyler, what a sweetheart. It took a while for everything to finally come together. But, when it did? Holy crayola. It was like an avalanche of happiness. I kid you not. Everything that could possibly go right, went right. No sadness at th ...more
Edina Rose
Just re-read this story, and Laddie said it all in her review. Beautiful!
The two main characters, Jordon and Tyler, were likable. Jordon was a little shallow when it came to his worries about women (letting themselves go and not wanting to work after they had children) and gay men (being promiscuous and unfaithful). But his being like that is what moved the story along and made it what it was, so I can't criticize his character for being what he was.

In some reviews, it was mentioned that Bryan and Adrian are negative stereotypes. Again, for the purpose of this novel,
3.5 stars

I actually really enjoyed the way the relationship between Jordon and Tyler progressed. It was a very believable GFY (although I admitted love that genre, so it's hard to find one I wouldn't believe) and I loved how patient Tyler was through it all. The chemistry between them is incredible, and it was really fun to get to experience their journey with them.

The only thing that keeps this from getting more stars is Fawn. Not only was she an annoying character, but Jordon became annoying i
It was a nice story. I would give it an overall 3 star rating.

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Vivian ♪(┌・。・)┌

This book was quite good, despite my 3.5 rating. It would have actually the 4 except for some really. . . "urgh" parts. I loved the sexual tension and playful banter between the two characters, and how even though he was attracted to Tyler he didn't act upon it. I thought the little twist (if it could be called that, since it was pretty damn obvious) was pretty hilarious. And I loved loved loved the very secondary characters, such as Adrian and the Spanish? guy (forgot his name. . .) from the
Leslie Nicoll

Though he was engaged to be married, handsome, thirty-year old stockbroker Jordon Buck never believed in the fairy tale romances or being ‘head over heels’ in love. Gorgeous, gay, twenty-eight year old Tyler Holliday wasn’t keen on his current career as a wedding planner. Tyler aspired for something greater, but a ghost from his youth haunted him. The day he met Jordon Buck and Fawn Lea to help them plan the big event, fate met up with Tyler Holliday.

In the middle of a Manhattan summer,
Funny but I actually expected more from this book. It has a strong start, Jordon's open mind is a good example for how men should handle when other men flirt with them, although I guess Jordon's own attraction to men helps this a lot. The sizzling attraction and chemistry between Tyler and Jordon is palpable, and it's both exciting and amusing to watch their battles that lead to their epic love.

Except the delicious teasing and bantering turns into a gross-sobbing fest and disguting sappiness th
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