Stand-In Groom by Kaye Dacus – My Review

Originally Posted at Bibliophile’s Retreat by Melissa Meeks

Barbour Publishing (January 1, 2009)
The local wedding planner, Anne Hawthorne, is hired by a number of society’s elite in the Bonneterre, LA community and beyond especially after her business is featured in a prominent magazine article applauding her wonderful service. A hometown girl contacts her for help with an upcoming event but leaves out a few key details. In the meantime Anne happens to meet the assistant to the groom to be. A groom who is doing his very best to keep a low profile as long as he possibly can and avoid the paparazzi craziness that generally attends such high profile nuptials. Now Anne’s biggest problem isn’t how to keep her clients happy and keep up with all the new requests for her assistance but how to plan a wedding when she is attracted to the man who is introduced to her as the prospective groom of a client that appears to be her most lucrative yet and could go beyond putting the business on the map to bringing in more money for one job than a year’s worth of clients could produce.

Will Anne ever find her own true love? How can a client and consultant remain in their business relationship without becoming personally involved when their hearts have already entangled themselves? What will happen if this alleged client turns out not to be who Anne thinks and she finds out why and who is behind all the subterfuge? Read this uplifting, faith filled story of love and misunderstandings to find out these details and many more. (ISBN#9781602602885, 288pp, $10.97)

Codicil:
Drop into Kaye’s website for a chat. Click the bookcover above to purchase your own copy as well as read more about the book.

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