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    4.5 Delightful stars

    Favorite Quotes: “I didn’t say a woman asks for what she wants. She tells him what she wants. Men are simple creatures. They’re like dogs. If you give them a clear command, tell them what you want, they go off and do it and they’re all proud of themselves for pleasing you. If you don’t spell it out in no uncertain terms, they go off and do things by themselves, and it’s usually something you don’t like. Then you’re p$$ed at them, they’re p$$ed at themselves, because they hate to screw up, and they’re also p$$ed at you because they were trying to please you and you’re still not happy.” My Review: The Wedding Dance is the first of this delightful series that is not a stand-alone volume. Instead, it provides a detailed update and continuation of the previous story-lines of all the prior installments, and intersects and connects the couples and supporting characters during the planning, preparation, and finally the attendance of a Las Vegas wedding. The plot is quite active with many new story-lines and heart felt moments. I enjoyed it from beginning to end and am already looking forward to the next installment. Poor Ben, his story is long overdue.
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    Cliff hanger!

    I thoroughly enjoyed this story. It was refreshing to catch up with each of the couples and hear about their involvement in the wedding.
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    A solid addition to the Summer Lake Romances

    How fun to revisit all the couples in Summer Lake - plus a few extras I hope to see more of - in this long weekend in Las Vegas. There was a lot of ground to cover, and a lot of POVs, but that was part of the fun. At times the narrative switched seamlessly between characters, and it became akin to being at the various events, moving from group of friends to group of friends, and thereby moving across the landscape of the story. Call me a realist, but I liked that some of the characters - despite having had their own happy ending in their featured book - were realizing that relationships aren't all buttermilk and bananas. They take work. That is life. So seeing characters working through some schtuff made me happy. I also loved the surprises - not surprises for me, as a reader they were a bit predictable - but the characters scheming up surprises for each other. Overall the various storylines were sweet and entertaining. The characters, as usual, are very well drawn and consistent. I never got confused about whose head I was in, or surprised by things that were out of character. I was even moved to tears by at least two scenes. As usual, there were a couple of characters I wanted to beat on the head with a...(looking around Las Vegas for something suitable to use)...maraca to make them see sense, but there are people IRL that I want to do that to, also, so nothing new there. As far as the location, there was really very little of Las Vegas to be found. I didn't get a real sense of place. Then again, Las Vegas is really a character in its own right - a big, flamboyant character that could easily run away with the book, so while I missed it a bit, the story was about the characters from Summer Lake, so I understand why it wasn't there in big, full color. Another thing that was utterly missing, but not missed (since I only just realized it as I am writing this review) is the steamy part of the Sweet & Steamy romances. Again, there was really just too much going on to want to visit each couple in the bedroom. The Wedding Dance is a solid addition to the Summer Lake Romances. You won't want to read it if you haven't read the other books. It just won't make sense at worst, and at best, you won't care about any of the characters, since most of them have been developed in the previous books. (You can get away without having read the Remington Ranch books, although there is crossover mention of the Montanans.) Fair warning, it ends on a bit of a...not really a cliffhanger, but the final three words say it all: "Wait and see."
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    Lots of weddings

    Enjoyed characters in this book so many interesting lives
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