It had been exactly five months, four days, and 16 weddings since the last mishap, and Julia was happy that finally, she got to plan a wedding where nothing terrible happened. This wedding is looking good. So far, no one tried to steal the bride's ring. No one tried to kill the groom.
She couldn't be more wrong. This one is the worst yet.
After a chemical attack on a wedding party perpetrated by a youngster with ties to shady people who also left a message (that isn't even very cryptic), Julia set out to unmask the man behind the vicious attack.
You'd have thought that wedding planning is way up there in the list of jobs that are not likely to get you killed, but after all she went through, Julia started to think that maybe, she should just find a new job. And it was looking like she will have to if she doesn't solve this one, after her client threatened to sue her for her failure to plan for this contingency.
Chemical attacks are way beyond her pay grade, but her client can't be reasoned with.
Now, Julia had to track the young man who seemed to be way in over his head and find the psycho who is hell-bent on wreaking havoc.
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