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Three Girls and a Wedding

(Three Girls #2)

4.04  ·  Rating details ·  1,784 ratings  ·  89 reviews
Book #2 in the best-selling Three Girls series!
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 par
Kindle Edition, 271 pages
Published October 26th 2011 (first published October 11th 2011)
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Jan 03, 2019 rated it really liked it
I felt meh towards the first book because I realized that Ginny bugged me. This one centers on Jen who is doing what she can to move up the ranks at her PR firm. Jen cares about Ginny and Annie a lot and honestly I was on her side the whole book. I thought that Ginny and Josh sucked and so did Annie towards the end. I don't know if I would have been so cool about forgive and forget. I did think it was weird though that Jen said she loved her love interest and all these two did was kiss I think t ...more
Dec 06, 2014 rated it liked it
Nice romance with a little (unnecessary) drama and HEA. Only thing I didn't like:
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
Kate Policani
Feb 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: win
Why is it that we girls are always forced to choose between love and career? Jen Campbell thinks she has made the right decision, sacrificing her own romance for the career of her dreams: planning weddings. NoLimits, a premiere event planning firm in Detroit, Jen is pushing for the top. Her hopes look like they'll become reality when she lands a supporting role planning a gala wedding week for local mogul, David Barker's pampered daughter, Kiki. Though she is undercut for the lead role by smarmy ...more
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Apr 30, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Another amazing book by Rachel Schurig. In this book we see things from Jen's view. This book follows Jen as she makes a potentially huge career choice, the up and downs of juggling a busy career and family/friends but also there is 3 differs love stories in this book which I actually loved! Although there were 3 love stories within this story it didn't feel like the over shadowed the main story line and even better it wasn't to lovey dovey to the point I would get annoyed. Jen is shown as a str ...more
Apr 17, 2014 rated it really liked it
I loved this book!!! The characters in this book was fabulous (especially Kiki!). It was a very good. enjoyable, happy read. A few gramatical errors but it didn't take away from how good this book was. Can't wait to read the next one.

PS: I think I'm slightly in love with Matt :-)
Jan 31, 2014 rated it really liked it
I read this book as part of Three Girls: the Complete Trilogy.

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
Jul 29, 2014 rated it really liked it
AHHHHHHH Rachel Schurig please read your own books or pay a good proof reader, On 3 Occasions in this book you wrote the wrong name, Instead of writing Ginny you was writing Jen!!!! I was having to re-read the paragraph to make sure i was reading it right.
However that said it was an enjoyable pleasant read and I will be reading book 3.
Apr 26, 2018 rated it really liked it
Book 2 of the “three girls” series. This one is just as good as the first. I loved getting to know the main character, she was interesting and easy to love. Same goes for the main guy.

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!
Michelle Cole
Feb 17, 2018 rated it really liked it
A heart warming book

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!
Apr 27, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 4-stars
Actual rating: 4.5 stars
Linda Deutmeyer
Apr 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Courage to wait

The characters interacted with warm friendship believable characters real-life dilemmas this is a page-turner that will Delight the reader and inspire people
Sep 12, 2019 rated it liked it
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Angel Graham
Jan 12, 2020 rated it liked it
Again, decent book, but just not feeling it. Kiki was way too much.
Lisa Mullender
Aug 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
Excellent sequel

After reading and enjoying Three Girls and a baby I was keen to read the second one in the series and it didn't disappoint. Looking forward to reading the next one
Nilda McLaughlin
Sep 30, 2020 rated it it was ok
I just didn't feel the "love" between the main characters. Not enough interaction for a solid relationship. ...more
Dorothy Desouzaguedes
Jan 05, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2020
The Three Girls series is a fun and easy read. This second book in the series features a bad boss, bad boy, and new friends.
Oct 11, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: chick-lit
I loved this book! I think I’d love any book by Rachel Schurig though, as she’s quickly become a chick-lit author fave of mine. I love the three main characters in the ‘Three Girls’ books and I really enjoyed the wedding planning in this and seeing the girls gradually meet their partners. I can’t really fault these books, and so if you’re after a nice chilled holiday read, or something that you can escape into without much concentration, this is the series for you.
Jan 07, 2013 rated it liked it
I had so enjoyed reading "Three Girls and a Baby" by this author that I didn't have to think twice about picking up another book by her.

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
Meredith Schorr
Apr 23, 2014 rated it it was amazing
In the second installment of the Three Girls series, the spotlight is on Jen. Of Jen, Ginny, and Annie, Jen is the most Type A and loves to plan things. Since she's an event planner, it's a good thing. When Jen is asked to assist on the wedding of socialite Kiki Barber, it could mean huge things for her career and she's determined to help throw the wedding of the year. She's also determined to organize Ginny's wedding to Josh. Unfortunately, Jen is working herself into the ground and despite her ...more
Jul 12, 2015 rated it really liked it

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

Oct 25, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Who doesn’t love a good wedding? Growing up I always wanted a fancy expensive wedding. The dress shopping, picking out flowers, choosing themes, hundreds of guests, 5 star food. Well, my wedding was not quite like that because we were young and buying a house.(Priorities).

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
Jan 13, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Could not put this down so good. I have read Three girls and a baby, and In search of a love story. These are all great.

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
Starla B
Jan 31, 2012 rated it really liked it
I really liked this book. As with the first book, some times the main character really made me mad, but I could see how someone so driven would create the same circumstances. I've had those same moments. A lot of the book was tense for me because I knew what the issue was and knew it was going to royally screw things up. I spent a lot of time waiting for the other shoe to drop, and then had a fabulous time finding out the solution when it finally did. As soon as I finished, I had to download the ...more
Marieanne Fabiano
Feb 08, 2014 rated it really liked it
Another hit in the "Three Girls" series! This time, the Schurig, is writing from Jen's perspective. Jen is a very hard-working event planner. Although Jason, Jen's arrogant co-worker has just been given a fantastic promotion at work, Jen has been asked to set aside all of her other events that she is currently working on, to be Jason's assistant on the Barker wedding. We learn quickly though, that Jen is really running the show and Jason is looking to take all of the credit for Jen's hard work. ...more
Jan 06, 2013 rated it really liked it
If you love wedding rom-coms, then you will love this book! It is a really fast read. This is the second book in the series but I decided to read this one first. I'm sure reading the first book first would provide a little more depth to some of the characters but I didn't find like I was missing major plot points by not reading the first book. The author did a great job and providing background on what was probably covered in that first book.

I would have given it 5 stars but I would have liked t
Mar 30, 2015 rated it liked it
Whilst this book follows the usual formula of a chick-lit, romance story, it does it in a fun and light-hearted way that makes you want to keep reading.

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
Jayme Langhorst
Mar 22, 2012 rated it liked it
It was a quick, fun, mindless read. I enjoyed reading about the girls in this series and love how each of the books take on the voice of one of the girls. I *hated* the use of "super", "totally" and "like" that Kiki's character tends to use every time she speaks. I have to admit, it was hard to look past that and keep chugging along, but I did and it was great. For that reason, I did not like it as well as the first book or the third. I think the author would not have had trouble relaying how di ...more
Oct 26, 2013 rated it liked it
Although this book had the same characters as the first, this time focusing on Jen, I couldn't help but feel a little disappointed. This was mainly due to the fact that a lot of the story lines were predictable and ever so slightly heavy on the cheese. That aside, it was grew to read about the excitement of planning a wedding, an event I can particularly relate to at the moment as I'm planning my own.

Not a bad little read, so it get 3.5 stars from me!
Amber Brooke
The story of Jen, Ginny, and Annie continues, but this time around the focus is on Jen. Jen is pretty much a workaholic party planner who gets swept up in work and almost loses the people closest to her. The book focuses on strained friendships and dividing time between work and life. The content is very relatable; however, in the end the story again just ends too perfectly. I would recommend for a light beach read about friends, weddings, and love.
Sep 26, 2012 rated it really liked it
I really liked this book out of the series so far i laughed and it had drama and romance. I really want to learn more about Matt and Jen relationship because it wasnt much chance to get a feel for them. I hope we learn more in the last book. I don't know how i feel about Annie though hope she gets better in the 3rd book. ...more
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