Wedding Bell Blues
Who knew you could find the love of your life at the wedding from hell…
Konigsburg, Book 2
Janie Dupree will do anything to make sure her best friend has the wedding of her dreams, even if it means relinquishing what every bridesmaid covets and never gets—the perfect maid-of-honor dress. Problem is, family drama as tangled as a clump of Texas prickly pear cactus threat...more
Her villains need some work, though. They're rather one-dimensional compared to her fully fleshed out protagonists, weakening the story ever so slightly.
WEDDING BELL BLUES can be read on it's own, but I would not recommend it - as the personalities that I know and love takes a back seat to the drama of the wedding in this second book, but they creep in every now and again and without reading the first book, you will definately be missing out.
The book starts off with small town Konigsburg preparing for the wedding of the year, now that Docia has agreed to marry Cal. As with all not normal wedding with a hyperactive mother of the bride - ...more
Pete Toleffson is in Konigsburg, Texas because his brother Cal has finally convinced his fiance Docia to have a wedding ceremony. He's Cal's best man, but he has no idea what a best man is supposed to do, exactly. He's pretty sure he's not supposed to punch his brother, but the impulse is there every time he catches sight of Calthorpe's ever-present and perpetually satisfied grin. It's not that Pete begrudges his brother's happiness, but Pete's in a strange town full of stranger p ...more
Who knew you could find the love of your life at the wedding from hell ....
Konigsburg, Book 2
Janie Dupree will do anything to make sure her best friend has the wedding of her dreams, even if it means relinquishing what every bridesmaid covets and never gets - the perfect maid-of-honor dress. Problem is, family drama as tangles as a clump of Texas prickly pear cactus threatens to send the skittish bride hopping aboard the elopement express.
Janie could use a hand, but the best man's "help ...more
Benjamin did a wonderful job showing Janie as the strong, independent woman that she so desperately wanted to be and ...more
1 star: Didn’t Like it
2 stars: It’s Okay
3 stars: Liked it
4 stars: Really Liked it
5 stars: It Was Amazing
I don’t really give a rat-fuck that there are some who think I ‘owe’ an explanation for my opinion. Nope, nada, and not sorry about it.
Sometimes I may add notes to explain what my opinions are based on, and sometimes I don’t. I do this for me, on my boo ...more
I have to say that normally I'm not a fan of small town contemporary romances but this series is quite good, especially this book. Both characters are qui ...more
This is a cute and sexy contemporary which picks up about a year after the events in Venus in Blue Jeans. Cal and Docia are just about to get married and Janie, Docia's maid of honour is determined that her friend will have the wedding she wants. Pete Toleffson is Cal's brother, in town to be the best man. It was nothing earth shattering but fun and enjoyable. I really liked Pete and Janie and it was nice to meet the other Toleffson brothers, Erik and Lars. The mother of these 4 strappi ...more
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