As a wedding planner, Sherilyn Caine should have the perfect wedding experience.... After all, she just landed her dream job at the wedding destination hotel The Tanglewood. The rest should be a piece of cake for Sherilyn's type-A personality.
But while everything else goes smoothly, her own wedding plans start to sink right before her eyes. One way or the other, Sherilyn is determined to make this wedding work - until the latest development threatens to call the whole thing off. Is it possible that Sherilyn is allergic to her fiancé?
"What a fun read! This is perfect to take with you to the beach or to sit by a fire, although people will be looking at you strangely as you laugh and nod at all the problems Sherilyn has to face. And the recipes are to die for! Anyone who has been to a wedding will love the humor and romance in this book!" (Camy Tang, author of The Sushi Series and Protection for Hire)
"You'll want to say 'I do' to this delightful story filled with fun, romance, memorable characters, and all the charm of the South." (Jenny B. Jones, award-winning author of Save the Date and A Charmed Life Series)
"This book will make you want to check into The Tanglewood Inn for a nice long stay! Always the Wedding Planner, Never the Bride is filled with friendship and romance and Sandra D. Bricker's trademark wit and warmth. I want to hang out with these women! Bricker's novels are like a fun visit with your best friend!" (Judy Christie, author of Hurry Less, Worry Less and fiction titles including The Glory of Green, book three in The Green Series)
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All Kinds of FEELS and Misty Eyed
I did find the audio slightly better than the print only because I may not have read certain dialogue in the same manner as the narrator of this audio had and I would have lost a little something in it. Delivery is key in fleshing out a character.
My favorite characters would have to be Sher and her unapologetic love for chocolate and lack of interest in Zumba or Hiking. I so can relate.
Aunt Sophie. She did a wonderful job in portraying the elderly eccentric aunt.
I wouldn't. Don't fix what isn't broken.
This book gave me all kinds of FEELS. Towards the end of the book I was all misty eyed. The narrator did a wonderful job of pulling me into the story and having me believe all those characters were different people speaking; Not over the top, subtle, and fitting for each.
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- Amanda Hartley