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    Prepare to be charmed.

    Prepare to be charmed. How she does it I'll never know, but by the end of the first chapter, Ms. Gary has managed to steal my heart. Don't Call Me Sweetheart is the latest in a long string of heartwarming stunners. Maybe it's the way she modernizes the fantasy of the childhood dream of Cinderella finding her prince. She humanizes the dream with flawed characters and realistic obstacles in a way that is full on humor but never lacks for heart and always keeps the dream alive. The best of what makes us human shines through ever character she creates and that is what keeps me coming back for more.
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    Loved, loved, loved this book! Marley and Luke work so well together, I could feel their chemistry and it was fun to see Luke get Marley to loosen up. He knows life can be too short so you have to go after what you want. Marley isn't so sure about that. It would be just her luck to meet a fantastic guy and he's off limits. She works for a wedding planner as a rent-a-bridesmaid and dating anyone in the wedding party is forbidden. Luke unfortunately is the best man. She needs this job too much to take the risk but Luke is refusing to take no for an answer. Will this horrible wedding ever be over?? A fun read and one you don't want to miss. I highly recommend it.
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    Small Town Romance

    Small town romance with a wedding theme has Marley, a rent-a-MOH, doing her best to adhere to the confidentiality clause of her job description while dealing with Bridezilla Sonora, trying to avoid Luke who might be the man of her dreams, making friends with the sister of the bride and dealing with her conscience. Luke was a hunk and a half that I really liked. He was a nice guy who was there for (and worried about) his friend Brent engaged to Sonora. He was caring and kind and just all around a good guy. I know he was attracted to Marley physically but I did not see her personality and on-off attitude as one to keep his interest. I guess I had trouble understanding Marley and her behavior and seeing her as someone I might like to know. Anyway – sweet story with HEA’s for two couples and the introduction of other characters that may end up with HEA’s in future books. The plot was somewhat predictable but definitely a book that some will enjoy greatly. That said, thank you to NetGalley and Kensington-Lyrical Shine for the ARC – this is my honest review – for me it rates 3 Stars.
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    Sometimes when you start reading a book you already know what is going to happen, I mean it's a romance so a happy ending is expected, but when I started reading this one it wasn't exactly what I thought it would be. Luke is best man for his best friend's wedding, Marley is hired to organize the wedding and act as the MOH since the Bridezilla can't seem to get anyone who will put up with her nonsense. I loved Marley, she is a sweetheart, but how anyone could put up with everything she did is beyond me, but she gets Luke in the end so that's the important thing :) Hope you enjoy Don't Call Me Sweetheart as much as I did.

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