Published by Author on July 26, 2016
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
Source: Xpresso Book Tours
I received this book for free from Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Goodreads
He may be the best man, but he’s the worst man for her…
Wedding planner, Veronica Soto-Stewart believes everyone deserves a fairy tale–even her ex-boyfriend. Unable to refuse his request, and with the help of Bliss Events motley crew, she finds herself creating the most magical event for the perfect couple.
But nothing is ever perfect…
And not all happy ever afters can be planned…
Levi Laurent can’t believe his luck. Thanks to his best friend’s wedding, he finally has a shot at the woman he’s always wanted–Veronica. From San Francisco to Paris, and back, he pulls out all the stops, so she knows where she really belongs–with him. But Veronica wants nothing to do with the rich, sexy, irresistible playboy.
Can Levi convince Veronica that her perfect happily ever after is closer than she ever realized?
Veronica is a wedding planner and she is faced with the most daunting task planning her ex’s wedding. He left her for the woman he is going to marry. She agrees to do the wedding because she wants him to have is happily ever after even if it is not to her. While she is planning the wedding she keeps running into rich playboy Levi. Adamant to not be another of his conquests she sets to avoid him which will be hard to do because Levi has eyes only for her. Will Levi win her heart while she plans the wedding for the man she still pines for?
In ” an Oyster Shell – It was a cute story, though I found myself to get quite frustrated with the main character.
The Pearls – The story and concept were really cute. I liked the idea behind this book and am considering reading more books in the series.
There was a great cast of characters save the main character which I will say more about. The setting was nice, set partly in Paris.
The writing was really well done. The craftsmanship was good.
The Sand – I was often frustrated with the main character. The conflict of this story mainly came from her bad decisions. At first, I thought the character was just naive´, then I was considering the character to be assuming and selfish. Not a character I enjoyed at times.
The concept of the story was a little far-fetched. Planning the wedding of the man who dumped you for his soon to be bride. I don’t see that working in the real world.