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The Wedding March

(The Business of Weddings #4)

4.10  ·  Rating details ·  20 ratings  ·  14 reviews
The help only he can offer...

Cypress Pointe, Florida, is a long way from LA, where pop singer Cassie Branford needs a hit to prove she's not a two-album wonder. But her case of writer's block could be over when the struggling songwriter meets Luke Hastings at a family wedding.

The legendary musician walked away from success at the height of his career. Yet Luke is alre
Paperback, 384 pages
Published March 1st 2017 by Harlequin
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Katie W
I can't imagine the pressure of fame and fortune, especially when people seem to "use" you for them. Both Cassie and Luke have had their fair share of heartaches, successes, and disappointments and they each have to learn to forgive and move on, which is much easier said than done. I enjoyed the journey of them growing from their situations.

Luke has thrown his fame to the wind after being betrayed, but instead of being completely bitter, he's done a lot of good with his time and talents and I lo
Lisa  (Bookworm Lisa)
This is a cute and sweet story. The characters have both had a lot of heartache and suffer trust issues. The story is one of forgiveness and learning to love again.

I enjoyed the story of Luke and Cassie. Both of them are down to earth people, in-spite of their fame. They have a connection with their community and really want to help the people who need them. They are genuinely likable characters.

The romance is sweet. It is not too intense and not instant love. The characters are cautious and get
Aimee (Getting Your Read On)
Today I'm tour with The Wedding March by Tara Randel. This book is part of a series, but you do not have to read the books sequentially in order to understand. Each book can stand on it's own. This is another fabulous partnering of author and Harlequin Heartwarming.

I really love when music is woven into a story and is such a vital part of who the characters are. Cassie is an active musician stuck in a bit of a rut and Luke is a hiding musician, once famous for his songwriting abilities. Both Cas
Tressa (Wishful Endings)
THE WEDDING MARCH is a steady-paced story that involves family drama, a teen outreach program, musical fame, and sweet romance. It embodied this Harlequin line of books with a story that is sure to touch readers' hearts. If you enjoy sweet romance with plenty of depth from complex relationships and situations, then definitely give this one a try!

Right off I have to say how much I loved the musical aspects of the story! When I was younger I wrote lyrics and songs were always rolling around in my
Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower)
The Wedding March by Tara Randel is sweet and romantic, with great characters that tug at your heart.

Luke is about as swoony as they come – He’s hot, he’s a little flirty when his heart’s involved, he cares about troubled kids, he writes songs, he plays the guitar, he’s a little broody. Are you getting the picture? Swoony.

Cassie makes a very relatable heroine, even for those of us who aren’t pop stars. She’s down to earth, unaffected, and she has a warm heart. She also has family issues – namely
Cassie has writer's block, which is such a hard thing to overcome, so when she meets Luke (a legendary, and retired, songwriter) she thinks that maybe he could help her. Luke now is running a Kid's club, helping youth stay out of trouble and get them into something healthy and proactive. Seeing the story progress, watching Cassie and Luke interact with one another as well Cassie's involvement with the kids, was very enjoyable.

I feel this story can easily be read as a stand-alone, but I do want
Kate Vale
Mar 23, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: contemp-romance
Latest in the Business of Weddings series, this story occurs in Cypress Pointe, FL, where pop singer Cassie Branford has escaped to get back her mojo--more specifically, to overcome the writer's block that is preventing her from creating new songs for her third album. She encounters Luke Hastings, a former songwriter, at a family wedding. However, Luke is having none of it. He's quit the music business following the end of his marriage and the loss of the last song he co-wrote with his ex-wife a ...more
Mar 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Wedding March "The business Of Weddings" Series by Tara Randel. I was lucky to receive this book as a "free giveaway". Cassie Branford returns to her home town after being away for a long time. She is a singer with writers block right now. She hopes being home will help her write again. Cassie goes to her fathers wedding. Luke Hastings was playing in the band there. She recognized him, as being a song writer and singer. Cassie loves his music. Luke has been hurt in the past by his ex-wife. H ...more
Mar 22, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc, contemporary
A gentle and sweet romance--like book 3 ( The Bridal Bouquet ) there's a bit of a mystery involved, and a whole lot of (mostly family and ex-related) drama. This time, though, throw in the complications that the music industry and fame bring with them, plus a healthy dose of writer's block and...yikes. Yeah, Cassie and Luke have obstacles galore on their way to an HEA.

Spoiler alert: they'll get there. Eventually :)

Couples from other series books make appearances (the main couple do not get to
Mar 18, 2017 marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
This is the 4th book in this series but I think this could be read as a stand a lone. This story is full of tenderness, sweetness, compassion, and a make-you-weak-in-the-knees kind of guy. The girl is rough around the edges but not hard, mean, or malicious. You know they're going to end up together even as hard as they try to fight it.

I loved the sweetness of the story and even though I am not a fan of mushy lovey stuff, it wasn't heavy in this story. I really appreciated that this romance was
Mar 18, 2017 rated it really liked it
Writer’s block is not fun! I know that as a blogger. I can’t even imagine being a songwriter and getting writer’s block! But that’s what has happened to Cassie Branford. Her first album was all about her style, but when her management team changes her sound for her second album, it doesn’t do as well. She loses her confidence in herself. As fate would have it, a songwriter Cassie has long admired ends up playing for her father’s wedding.

Luke, the songwriter, has given up songwriting because of h
Barbara Leuthe
Mar 18, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great book ,loved the musical part of the story.Cassie and Luke and the the" kids klub" were very interesting .I am looking forward to more books by this author.I received this boo free as part of goodreads giveaways ...more
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Harlie Williams
Why do I feel like I’m rubber-stamping my reviews for this line? I don’t mean too. Really. But I can not say enough good things about the line. If you like sweet romance with depth, characters that you instantly fall in love with and when you finish the book, your heart is happy…then this is the line for you. Harlequin Heartwarming just gets it. Truly they do. I haven’t read a bad book from this line at all. In fact, this is my second book from Ms. Randel and I loved it just as much.

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Tara Randel is an award-winning, USA Today bestselling author. Family values, a bit of mystery and, of course, love and romance, are her favorite themes, because she believes love is the greatest gift of all. Visit Tara at Like her on Facebook at Tara Randel Books. Sign up for her newsletter at ...more

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