Sunday, April 2, 2017

Review: The Proper Way to Stop a Wedding... by Victoria Alexander

Title: The Proper Way to Stop a Wedding (in Seven Days or Less)
Series: The Lady Travelers Guide
Author: Victoria Alexander
Read copy: eBook (Kindle)
Published: April 1, 2017
Publisher: HQN Books

The family of the bride is expected to revel in the joy of the upcoming wedding. Instead, Miss Celia Bromley faces the most heartbreaking dilemma of her life: she’s fallen in love with the man engaged to marry her scheming half sister. Worse, he might love Celia in return. But handsome, bookish Henry Saunders is a man of honor. He would never break his promise to his bride-to-be, no matter how horrid she may be.

Celia’s despair hasn’t escaped the notice of keen-eyed Aunt Guinevere, who, along with her crafty friends, is determined to see true love triumph. Unraveling a wedding takes a delicate, subtle touch, and in the mad dash to break one engagement and encourage another, the ladies may well hear the whispers of scandal instead of the peal of wedding bells...

My rating:

The premise was interesting, and promised loads of humor and shenanigans, which unfortunately weren't delivered.

Bland characters, non-existent romance, and a dull and predictable story. Disappointing.


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