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  • Witty, Romance that you will keep Reading!

    Doesn’t all little girls dream of their weddings as a child! Princess dresses and walking down long aisles with rose petals being strewn about by a pretty little girl with a flower basket? Andie Gray works in a Wedding Dress shop, but she takes her dream one step further and actually books a venue every 2 years whether she is in a relationship or not! Now that is wanting to make sure her ultimate wedding dream is going to be an actuality! Her bubble is broken by a slime ball! She has her save the dates almost in he mail! Taylor Baldwin is helping finance his little sisters wedding, but he doesn’t believe in love. He is a confirmed there is no way to attach yourself to a woman, he was burned but scorched! Can these two people meet in the middle? The author does have a tremendous insight into the characters flow which takes the readers on a journey worth reading! I received an advanced copy from NetGalley and these are my willingly given thoughts and opinions.

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  • Good romance

    ****Save the Date by Australian author R. J. Groves is a totally enjoyable romance about Andie, a wedding dress seamstress and Taylor, the brother of one of her shop’s brides. Neither one is looking for a relationship, but they do end up spending a lot of time together because of his sister’s coming nuptials. The thing that struck me about the way this story is constructed is that the angst portrayed as the pair agonize over a most unwelcome but extremely strong attraction actually often is humorous. They are fighting preconceived notions about each other based on previous relationships, and neither one is very forthcoming with information so the misunderstanding is prolonged. The writing is good and the Australian punctuation was not a problem. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book from NetGalley. Highly recommend.

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