Every Bride Needs a Groom
By Janice Thompson
Published by Revell
ISBN# 978-0-8007-2399-6
362 Pages

Back Cover: Somewhere in a sea of tulle and taffeta, satin and crepe, Katie Fisher needs to find a key ingredient of the perfect wedding--the groom.

Small-town girl Katie Fisher is busy planning her fairy-tale wedding. Sure, her boyfriend hasn't managed to pop the question just yet, but that doesn't mean she shouldn't enter a contest in Texas Bride magazine to win the dress of her dreams, right? Anyway, she's sure he'll be getting down on one knee any time now. And a one-of-a-kind designer dress doesn't just fall out of the sky right when you need it.

But when Katie's boyfriend takes a job in another town and breaks up with her--on the very same day she wins her dream dress--her world is turned upside down. Dare she go to Dallas to claim her prize? And will the hunky pro basketball player who runs the beyond-swanky bridal shop--yeah, you read that right--discover her humiliating secret if she does?

REVIEW: Janice Thompson kicks off another fun and thought-provoking series in a small town I wanted to visit with quirky characters I instantly loved. In the middle of planning a wedding and all the changes marriage brings she causes readers to take a closer look at family, relationships and change. I liked that and the fact that this author took readers into a wedding boutique where Cosmopolitan wedding dress designer does her creating.  Do you want a great escape and a story that makes you smile from ear to ear. This book is it. I highly recommend this novel for Fun, fun, fun! I look forward to the next book in the series Every Bride Gets Confused, out October 2015.

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Nora St Laurent     
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