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    Sometimes you just have to change course!

    Trish has been planning her wedding since she was a child. Jimmy loves Trish and just wants to get married. Then...the wedding planning! Jimmy would be happy with a quickie...elope he said...why not...he asked. We want to be married...let's just do it. Unfortunately, Trish isn't having that. She 'planned' her wedding with her now deceased mother as a young girl. Hours spent in wedding magazines, with discussion about what would be the perfect day. The Right Man, begins with Trish and Jimmy newly 'broken up'. She can't believe he wants to 'cheapen' their marriage by eloping, but she's still in love with him, so hasn't had a chance to tell anyone in her family they're not together anymore. With Thanksgiving looming, Trish asks Jimmy to 'fake it' for that day. She promises to tell her grandmother the news when they (Trish and Grandma) go Black Friday shopping Grandma has some wise words for Trish, and Jimmy concurrently takes matters into his own hands. The result is Trish's dream come true. This was a novella, so there wasn't time for agonizing reappraisal of the relationship. It was a very quick read and I enjoyed it! It fit right in with the other books in this series, although it does stand alone and you don't need to read the other books in the series to enjoy this one. You will WANT to continue to read this series though!!

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