Samantha March will be on tour September 21-October 5 with her novel Up To I Do
Emerson Sinclair, twenty-seven year old hotel heiress, has said yes. With just over a year to plan her extravagant, over the top nuptials to Logan Worthington, it’s all hands on deck with the wedding plans. A Sinclair marrying into the Worthington family is the talk of their small New Hampshire town, and ideas include filming the wedding for a TV segment. But as the items get checked off the list, plans start to go … not as planned. From not getting a designer dress to a selfish bridesmaid and unaccountable best man, Emerson is afraid her wedding will be more a joke than anything.
When both her mother and sister seemingly begin to lose interest in her wedding plans in favor of their own personal lives, Emerson fears her big day will turn into the forgotten wedding. With the pressure to pull off a beautiful and elegant event that everyone expects from their respectable families, Emerson starts to forget the reason why she is saying I Do in the first place.
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In an Oyster Shell – It was a quick read, that had a great moral at the end.
The Pearls – The concept of the story was interesting. The fact that the MC had to plan a wedding that would be comparable to their social standing was interesting.
The character arc of the MC was really great. She really learns her lesson in the story and moves from the superficial things of weddings, to what’s really important.
The Sand – All throughout the story it kept going through my head #firstworldproblems. Not only were they first world problems, but they were upper-crust problems. I did not find that I could relate to the story very well. The story showed a different world, not one I felt I could connect with.
If you love all things weddings, you will love this story.
I give this 3 pearls.
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