Insert Groom Here : Unconventional Brides

  • by K. M. Jackson
  • Narrated by Diana Luke
  • Series: Unconventional Brides
  • 9 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Tired white lace, rote promises, same-old ceremonies - some brides have no time for that. They'll break the rules, turn tradition into straight-up scandal, and improvise as much as it takes to turn their wildest wedding dreams into real love.
Eva Ward has won a lavish wedding on the nation's hottest morning show and can't wait to kick off her happily ever after in style. Too bad her fiancé backs out on-air - and cameraman Aidan Walker makes sure her private meltdown goes viral, down to the last couch-kicking moment. The only way Eva can save face and keep her perfect nuptial plans on track is to star in a new "find a groom" reality segment. But finding Mr. Right in one month means ignoring her handsome new producer - none other than Aidan himself - and getting their instant, exasperating attraction out of her system. Eva soon finds there's a lot more to Aidan than freewheeling charm. But one glimpse of his caring side can't make up for off-camera politics, Aidan's own secrets - or Eva's fear that they're too different to ever trust each other. So it's time for her to flip this script, write twists no one will see coming, and risk her heart to get the real thing.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

It was okay. Dragged out but okay.

This was an okay read. I found myself fast forwarding through most of the book. The story was dragged out way to long. It was a bit boring and predictable. The repetitive phrases were really irritating. The narrator was pretty good and was the only reason I finished the book.
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- Memphis

DNF at 63%

DNF at 63%.

Awful writing. Truly, horrendous prose. This 'author' desperately needs to take writing classes. At the very least, she should learn how to avoid repetition and the means by which she can increase her woefully limited vocabulary.

The narrator, Diana Luke, would do well to develop a wider range in her voices since every character sounded remarkably similar. Her 'blaccent ' was also quite grating. Was it necessary to render the Black women stereotypes by dint of her performance?
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- Camille

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-27-2016
  • Publisher: Recorded Books