Three Girls and a Wedding
The "L" word. It was waaaay too early said. Please, fictional people, get to know each other before you start saying it!
Oh, and the drama
with the wrong wedding date
was too constructed. It just felt off.
And I didn't really understand why Jen had to work herself to shreds for her best friend, because said friend couldn't do any appointment regarding her wedding alone?
Not sure about American girls ...more
PS: I think I'm slightly in love with Matt :-) ...more
This book has a lighter tone than the first one, but I enjoyed it just as much. Jen, the events planner, lands a job doing a wedding for the daughter (Kiki) of a local millionaire. This is the kind of career-making event Jen has been dreaming about. I thought I would hate Kiki at first, but she quickly grew on me. She was funny and sweet and I enjoyed her rapport with Jen.
There is a (minor) romantic triangle with Jen, Jason (her co-wo ...more
However that said it was an enjoyable pleasant read and I will be reading book 3.
Loving the series, can’t wait to read book 3, Annie’s story. If it’s as good as Jen and Ginny’s I’ll be one happy reader!
Really liked this story! The first book in the series was really good so I had high expectations for this one and I wasn't disappointed! Really funny and a real page turner.. I've already purchased the rest in the series! Chuffed I came across this author! ...more
This book is about Jen, who we met in Three Girls and a Baby as one of Ginny's best friends and roommates. In this book Ginny and Josh get engaged. Jen is an event planner who is trying to work her way up in her company - and she jumps at the opportunity to work with a senior executive on the wedding of a billionaire's daughter. That wedding and Ginny's wedding ...more
Jen Campbell loves weddings. In fact, she loves them so much that she became an event planner in the hopes that she would one day get the chance to help women create the fairy tale day of their dreams...Unfortunately, the only thing Jen has been allowed to plan so far are boring restaurant openings and children's birthday parties. When Jen’s big break finally comes, she realizes that wedding planning is a heck of a lot more complicated than picking out the perfect flowers and cake. Add to the ch...more
This book though. *sigh* we are following Jen now. She’s an event planner, and she’s planning one of the biggest weddings of the season.
I sucked up all these details through my mental twisty straw. Loved loved loved!!!! I fel ...more
This book carries on with the friendship of Jen, Ginny and Annie from Three girls and a baby.
Jen is an events planner and she has a high profile customers daughter's wedding to plan. This could further career. Then one of her best friends Ginny gets engaged and Jen promises to plan her day as well.
With the wedding dates so close together she is sure she can pull it off. What ...more
I would have given it 5 stars but I would have liked t ...more
I was concerned at first - having read 'Three Girls and a Baby' - that I wouldn't like reading the point of view of a secondary character from that book. However, it was great - nothing to worry about! Rachel Schurig writes about Jen Campbell in an equally eloquent and fun way that she did about Ginny, whilst still making it clear that they were ...more
Not a bad little read, so it get 3.5 stars from me! ...more